As we step into October, autumn is officially upon us, and there's nothing like that cosy feeling you get when the leaves start turning orange and the winter coats get pulled out the back of the cupboard.
Known as the season of change, autumn is the time to start fresh. Why not dedicate some time to your interior decor and how it makes you feel? We've put together a selection of artworks that have somehow managed to bottle that heartwarming feeling up so you can enjoy it all year round.
Here are 8 artworks perfect for that nostalgic autumn feeling. Take a look:
There's nothing more autumnal than wrapping yourself up for a long walk in the chilly weather, and Sybil Andrews' 'Fall of the Leaf - 1934' has captured all of those feelings. Perfectly summing up the changing of the seasons, Andrews' stunning use of colour and line has a calming effect on the viewer. Discover more of Sybil Andrews' artworks here.
Simple yet effective, CJP's artworks combine intricate drawings with bold pops of colour. The artist creates intricate artworks that resemble grainy black and white photographs, leaving you in awe that it's actually a drawing and not a photo. The central focus of CJP's 'Rewild' print is the pine cone - something we commonly see scattered on the woodland floor in the autumn months. Paired with the bright splash of orange in the background, we challenge you to find a more autumnal artwork. Discover more of CJP's limited edition prints here.
Evocative of the landscapes of autumn, this artwork by Rob Wass embraces the beauty to be found in the changing of the seasons. The quintessential autumnal colour palette of oranges, red and browns may be predictable, but it is no less effective. Explore more of Rob Wass' landscape artworks here.
'Norwegian Wood to the Cabin' by Nadia Attura is the essence of serenity. As if she has bottled up autumn and spread it across the canvas, Nadia's photography captured the beauty of nature. Why not make autumn a permanent feature in your home? Check out Nadia's collection of artworks here.
Halloween comes hand-in-hand with the month of October. Fondly known as 'Spooky Season' this month is the time to get the horror films out and snuggle up with a big bowl of popcorn. This limited edition artwork by Trash Prints appeals to the kid in all of us - the days of VHS tapes are long gone but we can celebrate the fond memories they gave us with 'VHS Horror I'. Explore more of Trash Prints' artworks here.
Graham Carter's illustrative whimsical style is the shot of wholesome warmth that we all need. Often taking a humorous approach to his work, Graham’s subject matter varies enormously from pop culture, to Japanese folklore, with a few Robots occasionally thrown into the mix. In 'Light Keepers' the saturated reds and oranges, as well as the sweet animated lanterns, make this the perfect uplifting artwork. Discover more of Graham's heart-warming artworks here.
Reminiscent of warming log fires, Hannah Thomas' 'Blazing Fires 7' is the ideal autumnal abstract print. Hannah spent much of her childhood abroad travelling with her geologist father, so her deep connection to nature shines through in her artworks. Complex and ambiguous, Hannah's artworks are an explosion of colour on the canvas. To explore her artwork further, head to her collection page here.
It doesn't get more calming than 'The Point' by Jo Crowther. This scene of a serene lake has us nostalgic for country walks with hot chocolates to warm us up afterwards. Jo Crowther's powerful photography is the perfect addition to any home. Discover more photography artworks here.
If we've got you hooked on that autumn feeling, take a look at our Autumnal Collection here.