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The Colors of Spring 2013

Primaries + Pastels = colors of Spring 2013 palette

From wall paint to wall art, passionate colors rule the scene

The first flakes have barely fallen and already spring is in the air. Evidence? Pantone's Colors of Spring 2013 lineup is here. We love it--it's inspiring and fresh and, best of all, these shades complement our canvas wall art beautifully.

There's such a lovely and somewhat unexpected mix here. Primaries and pastels? Yep. The mix is soothing and passionate all at once, and the color names, like Grayed Jade, Monaco Blue, Linen and Nectarine just sound like a tropical vacation, don't they?

We here at Greenbox Art + Culture think tropical vacations should be a state of mind, not just a location. We have an assortment of gorgeous canvas wall art for your home that nods to Pantone's picks for Spring 2013. Here are a few:

Cardinals by Todd Clark has a Nectarine (Pantone 16-1360) vibe to it, lush and relaxed. The pop of the cardinals' red feathers brings to mind Poppy Red (Pantone 17-1664).

Pink Haze by Deborah Brenner combines shades of African Violet (Pantone 16-3520) and Linen (Pantone 12-1008) to an almost ethereal effect.

Waterfall by Amy Genser is as soothing and cool as a spring morning, calling Emerald  (Pantone 17-5641) and Dusk Blue (Pantone 16-4120) tones to mind.

This Spring, and always here at Greenbox Fine Art + Culture, our commitment to you is to keep your walls fun, stylish and up-to-date. Take a look--spring is just around the corner!

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