The Classic Blue Collection

December 31, 2019

The Classic Blue Collection

Classic Blue Fever

The New Year brings with it an opportunity to reconnect with friends & family, the excitement and promise of fresh adventures and new stories. But most importantly, it brings the opportunity for ‘reinvention’ ! Ahead of this year’s celebrations – we’re excited to share our newest collection of ‘blue’ works inspired by Pantone’s infamous ‘Colour of the Year’ for 2020. Running for nearly 20 years, it’s fitting to place emphasis on this year’s new colour before the turn of the decade.

For the trend-setters amongst you, or those considering an update to their current scheme we’ve curated some of our most detailed & unique pieces – all to compliment this year’s signature colour which was recently announced as …(drum-roll please)… Pantone 19-4052! A gorgeous ‘classic blue’ hue…rich in tone and deep in intensity. Discover new pieces – and fresh ideas below:

'Cool Day' by Mary Johnston is a bracing piece of work that adds richness with every smooth brush stroke applied - All graciously
married together with the rays of a deep blue that adds charisma to
the portrait, like a deep-thinker - The title 'Cool Day' transcribes
into the general mood of the painting as a crisp, autumn setting that can represent convention or nostalgia depending on the personal experiences of the lucky individual engaging with such a piece.

The New Year brings with it an opportunity to reconnect with friends & family, the excitement and promise of fresh adventures and new stories. But most importantly, it brings the opportunity for ‘reinvention’ ! Ahead of this year’s celebrations – we’re excited to share our newest collection of ‘blue’ works inspired by Pantone’s infamous ‘Colour of the Year’ for 2020. Running for nearly 20 years, it’s fitting to place emphasis on this year’s new colour before the turn of the decade.

For the trend-setters amongst you, or those considering an update to their current scheme we’ve curated some of our most detailed & unique pieces – all to compliment this year’s signature colour which was recently announced as …(drum-roll please)… Pantone 19-4052! A gorgeous ‘classic blue’ hue…rich in tone and deep in intensity. Discover new pieces – and fresh ideas below:

Classic blue has made many appearances with some of our most talented artists and within bespoke commissioned works, effortlessly fitting in with any form of interior. Many deep blue hues symbolise that of the sky at nightfall, which may explain why this colour can resonate with so many people.
Blue has also been linked to producing a ‘calming’ effect in human psychology. Which may explain why we see so many key zones around the home decorated with this signature colour. For instance, Kate Taylor’s work has been used for a variety of different bedroom spaces – both contemporary and classic – to create a feeling of tranquillity.
Likewise, Allan Storer’s originals tend to help complete bathroom spaces – enhancing the luxurious materials and surrounding elements in a scheme. Such is the case with the textures of his acrylic-based pieces, the creation of such elements have brought life to his paintings and acts as the facilitator to bring life to all surrounding spaces.

Classic Blue on Aluminium

Some of the artists we go to partnership with have made a namesake as mood setters with the new, Pantone Colour for 2020 - Many have been daring in their quest for mood setting by process of experimentation - Like none other than our commissioned-based artist, Becky Smith, and her scenically renowned, acrylic on metal combination - As her hardened surface is purposely in place to reflect the light on the 2020 Pantone Colour, allowing the emotions of her elements, like her humming birds, to become free.

Becky Smith

Interiors with Classic Blue

We have had plenty of interest from clients wanting the sought-after blue, helping to bring new dimensions to the atmosphere of their space. Our wide span of gifted artists and artworks, have indeed acted as the bridge between clients and their dreams. With the turn of the decade, it would be appropriate for Pantone to revisit the blue colour family ahead of what we anticipate to be a significant year.

'Cool Day' by Mary Johnston is a bracing piece of work that adds richness with every smooth brush stroke applied - All graciously married together with the rays of a deep blue that adds charisma to the portrait, like a deep-thinker - The title 'Cool Day' transcribes into the general mood of the painting as a crisp, autumn setting that can represent convention or nostalgia depending on the personal experiences of the lucky individual engaging with such a piece.

Classic blue has made many appearances with some of our most talented artists and within bespoke commissioned works, effortlessly fitting in with any form of interior. Many deep blue hues symbolise that of the sky at nightfall, which may explain why this colour can resonate with so many people.

Blue has also been linked to producing a ‘calming’ effect in human psychology. Which may explain why we see so many key zones around the home decorated with this signature colour. For instance, Kate Taylor’s work has been used for a variety of different bedroom spaces – both contemporary and classic – to create a feeling of tranquillity.

Likewise, Allan Storer’s originals tend to help complete bathroom spaces – enhancing the luxurious materials and surrounding elements in a scheme. Such is the case with the textures of his acrylic-based pieces, the creation of such elements have brought life to his paintings and acts as the facilitator to bring life to all surrounding spaces.

Classic Blue on Aluminium

Some of the artists we go to partnership with have made a namesake as mood setters with the new, Pantone Colour for 2020 - Many have been daring in their quest for mood setting by process of experimentation - Like none other than our commissioned-based artist, Becky Smith, and her scenically renowned, acrylic on metal combination - As her hardened surface is purposely in place to reflect the light on the 2020 Pantone Colour, allowing the emotions of her elements, like her humming birds, to become free.

Becky Smith

Fabric Swatches at Wyecliffe

As an extension to the incredible artwork we sell here at Wyecliffe, we also provide a unique service that mesmerises the motives of a consultancy to help tailor pick artwork for any kind of space - Our unrivalled process includes the use of fabric swatching to fittingly match the material and interior of your personal space. Since every space starts with furniture, the introduction of art may have a tendency to play its way into significance later down the line, our artists experiment with texture and materials which adds to the variety of the carefully-considered work inside your home! Most are commissionable - benefiting both scheme and space with the ability of bespoke and tailor-fit artwork.

Interiors with Classic Blue

We have had plenty of interest from clients wanting the sought-after blue, helping to bring new dimensions to the atmosphere of their space. Our wide span of gifted artists and artworks, have indeed acted as the bridge between clients and their dreams. With the turn of the decade, it would be appropriate for Pantone to revisit the blue colour family ahead of what we anticipate to be a significant year.

Fabric Swatches at Wyecliffe

As an extension to the incredible artwork we sell here at Wyecliffe, we also provide a unique service that mesmerises the motives of a consultancy to help tailor pick artwork for any kind of space - Our unrivalled process includes the use of fabric swatching to fittingly match the material and interior of your personal space. Since every space starts with furniture, the introduction of art may have a tendency to play its way into significance later down the line, our artists experiment with texture and materials which adds to the variety of the carefully-considered work inside your home! Most are commissionable - benefiting both scheme and space with the ability of bespoke and tailor-fit artwork.

Classic Blue in 2020

By hand-selecting all our artists, we represent some of the best & brightest within industry. Many have placed a keen focus on combining classic blue tones in their works – and pioneered in experimentation and new techniques - We're very assured that 2020 will bring further attention to the new, Pantone colour of the year!

Classic Blue in 2020

By hand-selecting all our artists, we represent some of the best & brightest within industry. Many have placed a keen focus on combining classic blue tones in their works – and pioneered in experimentation and new techniques - We're very assured that 2020 will bring further attention to the new, Pantone colour of the year!






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