Take a stroll down the wooden pathway and into the white-sanded beach path. With clear skies above and serene waters on the horizon, you can almost hear the waves crashing... enjoy the beauty of the ocean with our coastal wall art. Like stunning Australian beach art, our coastal prints have a way of warming up your interior by bringing a slice of the beach inside. Your own tropical paradise has a way of brightening up any room, and it's guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. Coastal artwork brings the amazing scenery to your interior with a great mix of stunning landscapes that depict a natural breeziness using natural light, a clean aesthetic and soft tones. Coastal paintings in particular have grown in popularity due to the wide variety of forms available, but also their ability to bring a ‘lighter’ and more relaxing feeling into the home.
Coastal living is unavoidable in Australia since the coastline surrounds the entire country. Its coastline is filled with hordes of surfers rushing out to catch mammoth waves. There’s much that washes up on the coastline. Buried in the sand, you can find anything from shining coins to gorgeous shells and even driftwood. You may even spot vans rolling down to the coastline with surfboards secured to their roofs. Along the shores of Victoria, the famous coast of Brighton beach is lined with colourful beach boxes. The coastline of the Great Ocean Road attracts busloads of tourists, who roll through the winding cliffside to reach the coast for the golden Twelve Apostles. Many coastal sights will be filled with long wooden piers like that of St. Kilda beach, while others may have large rocks, as seen on the Noosa coast. There are lighthouses guiding ships, surfboards resting in the sand, seagulls fluttering overhead. Whichever corner of Australia piques your interest; you’ll be sure enough to find a coastal view to enjoy.
While there is an endless treasure trove of coastal locations around the world, what better way to brighten up your home than hanging up a coastal print on your wall. In Thailand, long boats are pulled through the water to rest on the coast while in Phuket, large palm trees greet surfers are they reach the shore. The island of Kon Nang Yuan possesses picturesque coastal sights popular for snorkelling and diving with vibrant marine life. On the coastlines of Italy, tourists seek shade from the sun under large, colourful umbrellas. In the Ionian Sea of Greece, Myrtos Beach’s coastline is made unique thanks to its location beneath two mountains. Then there are the coastal sights close to the city, like that of Santa Cruz or the residents of Cinque Terre overlooking the unique waters surrounding their small town. The most iconic is perhaps the coastline of the Maldives, which boasts pure white sand and crystal-clear water, attracting one and all to a tropical getaway. These are just some locations that inspire amazing coastal art.
The timeless setting sun still attracts an audience. There is no better sight of watching the sunset over the horizon than as it does over the coastline. The result is a burst of colours filling the sky and changing from day to day. Purple one day, and a blushing pink another. All the while, the waves underneath rolling back and forth making some amazing coastal wall art. Coastal colours have influenced artists from different periods to paint its beauty. This can be found in the work of J.M.W. Turner, Claude Monet, and Pablo Picasso. Some of the most enjoyable art is that of a serene coastline, like that found in the work of Childe Hassam. There are even more abstract art depictions of the coastline and beach. In the iconic Salvador Dali painting The Persistence of Memory (1931), the coastline is spotted in the distance.