Updated: Nov 14, 2019
The leaf art facts listed below are about The October Spiral wall art print, a perfect piece for your new home this Holiday Season.
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Ten Super Fun Facts about The October Spiral
Fall happens due to the angle of the Earth’s tilt, and not because of our distance from the Sun or from the lovely red wall art that it makes possible. As the northern hemisphere tilts towards the Sun, the temperatures rise. As it tilts away, the temperature drops.
Fall colors are created by the quantity of sugar in leaves. A leaf storing lots of sugar will turn redder. For this reason, Maple tree leaves have such rich red colors. Side note: Red is the color that bends the least on the visible spectrum of light.
October is the first full month of the Fall season, and it’s also the first month you see leaf decorations start to pop-up. The Fall season in the Northern Hemisphere begins on September 22-23 during the Autumnal Equinox, which at the Harvest Moon roughly one in three years, and ends on December 21-22 during the Winter Solstice, just a few days before Christmas.
The Fall, also known as Autumn in non-North American English, is one of the four annual seasons. Fall happens due to the angle of the Earth’s tilt, and not because of our distance from the Sun or from the lovely red wall art that it makes possible. As the northern hemisphere tilts towards the Sun, the temperatures rise. As it tilts away, the temperature drops.
Fall is the changing season between Summer and Winter. It is most visible in the change of colors in leaves and crops like Corn and Squash. The colors of leaves change from green to varying shades of yellow, orange, red, purple, brown, black and gray, which are often perceived as warm colors, despite the season’s cooling temperature. This is one reason leaf printing fall paintings are so popular as home decor.
The main colors of the October Spiral print are black, red, orange, yellow and white, which are the colors most people are looking for when they want a red colors print or a yellow wall art print with something about the Fall as the subject or background.
A warm spiral art wall art print of Fall’s beautiful color changes not only gives your room a cozy feeling during the cooler months that kick off the end-of-year Holiday season. It also gives the space a warm atmosphere during the colder Winter months.
Warm spirals that appear in nature often produce shapes that perfectly match the Fibonacci scales and its so-called “Golden Ratio”. This ratio can be found in natural shapes, from Nautilus shells to leaf shapes and much more. It is even found in beauty, wherein various body shapes and proportions are perceived to be beautiful when they happen to have the Golden Ratio. Even various famous paintings like the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci and the Venus de Milo and iconic sculptures like David by Michelangelo use or modify the Golden Ratio. Of course, there is controversy about this phenomenon, as detractors claim it is too subjective to be a reliable form of scientific calculations. All the same, it is fascinating, and it is impossible to deny its existence throughout much of the known Universe.
The October Spiral is the perfect piece for your wall this holiday season, because it matches the changing nature of the time of year, it is warm and radiant when displayed in the Lightbox, and it is the perfect conversation piece for any holiday party or gathering of guests you may have in your new home, at this most wonderful time of the year.
You can actually watch a video of Natalia preparing her art. This is a rare, even unique view into the process that the artist goes through in creating her captivating, powerful yet fragile-looking images. As for what the piece is composed of and how it was made, Drepina has shared that “This project includes self-portraits and botanical illustrations created in the technique of scanning.”