I’ve been eager to share some moody art ideas with you for a while now. My own interest in this style of artwork has been on the increase lately. I keep seeing pieces online that draw me in. That’s what I reckon moody art is all about; a piece that you find yourself getting lost in.
There’s also an eeriness to moody art. That’s the word that keeps springing to mind for me. Moody art has this sense of mystery and intrigue about it, and yet it’s not at all spooky. It’s often captivating in its design, and the colours can range from black and white to completely colourful.
So allow me to share my top 10 moody art ideas from my fave Aussie brands below. And please drop me a comment at the end of this post if you adore an artist that’s not mentioned here.
Top 10 Moody Art Ideas from the Best Local Brands
Fog in the Forest, from Wall Art Prints
I love the eeriness in this artwork. It’s available as a canvas or as a print you can frame. See more of it here.
Peak, from Urban Road
You know I’ve been a big fan or Urban Road for years, and this latest release is a standout. See more of it here.
Serenity, from Love four Prints
Vanitas X, by Annet Van Der Voort
There’s nothing better than a moody limited edition print. I could get lost in this beauty for days. See more of it here.
If you love florals on a dark backdrop, this post on floral wallpaper will make your heart race!
Exhale II, by Celeste Wrona
Moody art ideas don’t have to go in a dark direction, and this bright and bold piece proves it. Take a look at it here.
Poppy & Smoke, by Artistudio
How breathtaking is this monochromatic situation from Artistudio? Want it, need it. Shop it for yourself here.
Mono 2, by Jade Made Arts
I’ve featured this amazing Aussie artist on the blog before. She’s such a talent. Check out the artwork above here.
Limited Edition Prints, by Bec Duff
I just discovered this lovely artist and I’m completely smitten with her work. Check all of it out here.
Morning Calm, from Beach Lane
Now this is an easy-on-the-eye piece you could get lost in for hours, don’t you think? Shop for it here.
Printed Artwork #8, by Studio Twocan
I love the mix of black, red and pink in this artwork. Reminds me of this recent colour trend I covered on the blog.
To take a look at this artwork and more from Studio Twocan, click here.