Editorial

  1. Kerry James Marshall’s Vignette (Wishing Well)

     Kerry James Marshall’s  Vignette (Wishing Well)

    In keeping with his truth-wielding and ultimately inspiring message on the themes of the Black presence in America, his artistry, craftsmanship and unflinching sense of style are a shining beacon in our collective oeuvre.

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  2. Designer Series — Superstars for High Impact

    Designer Series —  Superstars for High Impact

    There is a reason these top artists found their way to ultra fame, and their images have had lasting and renewing effect on not only the collective art world imagery as a whole but also on the way in which we view art. Their unfading appeal makes powerful sweeps before even casual observers, ensuring their potential to create high impact in all the spaces they may inhabit.

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  3. A Captivating Miró Etching Set

    A Captivating Miró Etching Set

    All six of the enigmatic works in The Pine Tree of Formentor are signed in pencil by Miró, and as a set they are truly unforgettable. Though difficult to fully appreciate from small pictures, Miró’s usual abstract epiphanies sprawl across luscious deckled paper with speed and grace, playfulness and austerity. 

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  4. Designer Series — Accent Color for Definition

     Designer Series —  Accent Color for Definition

    Designers of all kinds know the value of working with an accent color, as its uniqueness in the landscape of a project serves to feature the best qualities of the work and convey the overall character in a standout way — a highlight singing atop the foundation. As for interior design, using the choice of artwork to both compliment the style and project the voice simultaneously can be a magnetic combination, and a way to really tie the room together.

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  5. Designer Series — Elegance in Tranquil Spaces

    Designer Series — Elegance in  Tranquil Spaces

    Abstract art, flowers, architectural elements and black and white photography are all rich subject matter from which to choose and also have the benefit of matching effortlessly with other design elements already in place.

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  6. Flowers in Spring

    Flowers in Spring

    Artwork of flowers seems to present a brilliant cross-contouring of nature’s most desirable display and the expressions of some of the world’s most adept visual creators. 

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  7. Catalogue Raisonné – A Collector’s Guide

    Catalogue Raisonné –   A Collector’s Guide

    For a collector, not only do these books offer a wildly diverse tour through a favorite artist’s complete range of expression in a particular medium, but they also offer a critical component of authenticity...

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  8. Starting an Art Collection – Part II

    Starting an Art Collection – Part II

    Investing in prints is an ideal sector to start in as the buying and selling of art prints is fast and fluid, allowing for more freedom and versatility in decision making. If you love a piece now but wonder if you may grow tired of it after a few years, there are options for how to move on from it so that you can continue to love every piece in your collection as it shifts on the whole.

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  9. Starting an Art Collection – Part I

    Starting an Art Collection – Part I

     Creating a personal curation has roots deep in some of the interests that are purely after the love of art, an identity-reflecting pursuit that aids the arranging of the home, work or play spaces that we most attune with.

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  10. Collecting Posters: An Expert Guide (By MutualArt)

    Collecting Posters: An Expert Guide (By MutualArt)

    We were recently interviewed on the art of poster collecting by MutualArt, a leading international art research platform based out of London. 

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