Those who know the meaning of different colors and how to blend them have it easier when carrying out interior design. The use of green images in an interior should therefore take the significance of the color into account. So what does green stand for in art? The most obvious meaning of green that would click on the minds of most people is nature. Green represents the beauty of nature; it represents life; it’s a color that shows fertility. Other meanings that people can be drawn from a green painting or photo are good health, youthfulness, and vigor. A look at "Morning at the Cove II" by Danny Head immediately shows a healthy environment that’s characterized with bounty. It shows that the plants appearing on the photo have good health. Using such green art on the wall is therefore a show of appreciation for the works of nature. Moreover, these images will provide the interior with a feeling of adventure; the exploration of the vastness of a green landscape. At the same time, the images make one feel refreshed and young. With the right color choice, the next thing to do when selecting a green wall art for any interior is the content of the image. Whether you want a picture of a plant, animals, or none at all, you get it all in our gallery.