Art is becoming a focal point and gaining recognition as a key component of a well appointed hotel. Many hotels now have such extensive art collections that they train their staff to provide free tours of the art in the hotel.
A good collection can create a distinct difference from “rivals” and create an atmosphere discriminating guests expect. And art can be a relatively inexpensive way to make a space exciting and inviting if you choose more affordable art from an emerging artist.
My abstract paintings are vibrant and lyrical and help to make a positive and engaging environment. They have been called “juicy” by Mary Misner, director of the Cambridge Galleries, and “flagrantly flamboyant” by Tara Tassone of the Preston Catalogue. The work is incredibly tactile and encourages interaction and interpretation from viewers.
That means you can place the art in a minimal space to take it to the next level or blend the art with more traditional elements to make an eclectic statement. Match originals with prints and special editions and you have a very unique and cost effective solution to a budget sensitive project.
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