Spice up a traditional interior with contemporary art
The lusters and metallics in the abstract painting above work with the satiny upholstery in this dining room.
The Ares "Willows" mixed media painting on paper above is a beauty. The clients opted to use museum glass which makes it look like there is no glass there at all!
This pretty powder room features "Between the Lines," a limited edition on paper by Fairchild. Once again although the art is under glass, there is no glare because the clients chose to use museum glass. It is expensive but museum glass will help to protect your art investment because it is UV protective.
Lovely oil painting by Liz Jardine graces the two-story wall above this fireplace.
This is a great way to make a big, blank two-story-tall wall look great from the first floor, staircase, and the balcony. Here we used a large piece on top and two smaller pieces from the same series by the same artist to create a suite that also reads as a triptych.
This is a creative and exciting mix of styles. The mantelpiece is very traditional, but the clients did the unexpected by choosing to put an exciting contemporary abstract in that spot instead of a traditional piece with gold frame. It looks great!
We are a full-service art consultation service with over 30 years of fine art, display and framing experience for residential and commercial clients. To select from hundreds of works of art in the comfort of your home or office contact us at ArtFinders@gmail.com or 224-659-1234.