Due to the forested nature of this park, many of the dominant colors found in these pieces are the greens and browns common in wooded areas. This makes them especially suitable for use in areas with bold, earthy colors, where they can make a statement without disrupting the feel of the room. For a sharp, modern look that will blend with a less colorful environment, black and white photographs like “Redwoods, Study 4, Oakland Hills, California. 2002” by Rolfe Horn will make a unique and tasteful addition to their surroundings.
The artwork found in this section can also be used as part of a larger theme. Redwood National Park artwork can make a sound addition to a nature-themed environment, and can also be placed alongside other destination art to commemorate memorable vacation spots.