Art Matters

Art Matters / 28.08.2012

First impressions mean a lot, don’t they? When you walk into an office as an employee or client I know you judge the company based upon what it looks like… don’t you? Picture this with me: you walk into work one morning and the lights are dim, the walls are that stark hospital white and there is only a metal stool to sit on. Not too inviting is it? Now imagine you walk...

Art Matters / 23.08.2012

You might think that art evaluations and art appraisals are one in the same. Alas, you are mistaken – there is a big difference. Let’s learn! An art evaluation is subjective, while an art appraisal is objective. What this means is that, for an evaluation somebody conducts research to determine the significance, worth, or condition of a piece of art. [caption id="attachment_2005" align="aligncenter" width="766"] Broadway Galleries Appraisal Day – 2011[/caption] You can evaluate a variety of art such...

Art Matters, Frame of Mind / 21.08.2012

An interesting topic recently came up with a friend of mine. She had just come back from a trip to Europe with several beautiful pieces of artwork. We were at her house discussing where to hang them and both realized she should get her artwork framed. Not only would a frame protect her art, but would also showcase the beauty of the pictures. The next step was to figure out where to get them framed. I,...



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