April 20, 2022
Starting this week and running all summer and right through until October, these six Art Fairs, highlighted below, are sure to appeal. Whether you are an avid collector, a seasoned art enthusiast or just want to learn more about the art world, each has their own unique experiences.
January 12, 2022
“Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations”
As mid-January approaches, I find myself feeling refreshed, refocused, and looking ahead to all the exciting possibilities that 2022 will bring.
December 20, 2021
A common problem with collecting art is that over time, we run out of space to display it all. Have more art than you do walls? One solution that makes a statement is to create a salon wall, also known as a gallery wall for a maximalist, more is more aesthetic.
December 07, 2021
We are delighted to announce our collaboration with HG Home, activating the art program in their beautiful loft space.
September 06, 2021
Since many of us spend most of our time at work, our workplaces can become kind of like a second home. Whether you work from a home office or elsewhere, making your workspace feel more like home can make it a more enjoyable place to be. Many workplaces invest in some form of art to enhance the overall aesthetic of their environment. However, displaying art can have many benefits beyond simply beautifying the space. In fact, showing art has been found to enhance creativity, productivity and create an overall sense of calm in the workplace. But not just any art—it’s most effective when it compliments your overall design aesthetic and when your team has input in choosing the art.
Written by Kayla Stanistreet
August 16, 2021
During the past year and a half, being surrounded by beauty and making art has been more important than ever for our collective well-being. Art has incredible healing powers for our mind and body, and it’s no wonder so many people have found solace in art during the pandemic.
July 30, 2021
For this collection, I feature five works from each artist that reflect a sense of cohesiveness, allowing these five pieces to be enjoyed individually or as a whole body of work to share throughout any interior. The works range from playful to luxurious to abstract and reflect statements specific to interior design styles from Mid Century Modern to Minimalist to Zen and beyond.