How do you decide with full confidence that a particular work of art is the right choice for you? Having spent the past 12 + years paying weekly studio visits, my team and I have built relationships with artists who work in a wide variety of styles and media.
We begin by introducing you to a broad spectrum of artwork, as pictures trigger the best clues for us to determine your art preferences. From there, we compose customized presentations for you, arriving at a short list, after which We arrange for you to meet the artists and see their work in person.
We begin by taking an on-site tour of your interior design environment with your existing art works (virtual workarounds are used when necessary!) and then proceed to explore both new avenues as well as your current collection to discover the types of art that will enhance your interior design and really resonate with you.
Working with our seasoned team of art handlers, we coordinate and oversee all the logistics of collection management, with each step fully insured: packing, art transportation, shipping, unpacking and damage control. Understanding that each situation is unique, we tailor our approach to the needs of each client and collection.
We work with an experienced, talented team of art world experts who deliver museum-quality results in both public and private settings guaranteeing your artwork will be professionally and impeccably installed. A successful display of art is all about scale, balance, composition, style and mood. A work of art comes alive when it is positioned within a well-proportioned context. If it is to hang in concert with other works of art or in proximity to furniture, establishing a dynamic relationship between these disparate elements is critical.
We partner with framers who are masters in their craft, offering exceptional guidance to fulfill your unique needs. A properly selected frame will complement a work of art and take into account the setting in which the work will be hung. There are many considerations: glass vs. plexiglass, museum glass vs. standard, mat vs. floating.
There is nothing quite like hearing the artist speak about his/her work or hearing a gallery representative describe the work in a particular show. We love arranging studio visits or gallery tours. These are opportunities for you to informally interact with the artist or a knowledgeable gallery representative, so you come away informed and enriched.