Lots of exciting new pieces have found their way to our gallery space!
One of the most rewarding benefits of being an Art Consultant is seeing the impact artwork can have on the end "user": those who benefit from being around it, uplifted by it, inspired by it. Kaiser Permanente members are truly fortunate; the spaces designed by the KP team are wholly devoted to those who seek medical services, and to the doctors, nurses, and other staff who provide those services. Original works of art - several by local artists - were incorporated into our most recent KP project. Without a doubt, the bright colors and upbeat compositions of the art will make many smiles happen.
Sr. Associate Katie Giganti worked with CBRE and DTZ to add a little pizzazz to a new fitness center in one of their Virginia corporate office buildings. The redesigned space was pretty minimal, so super saturated artwork was introduced to help amp up the visual energy of the space.
Artists Circle worked with the design and ownership team of a Medical Building located near Shady Grove Hospital to spruce up the freshly-redone corridors with bright pops of color. Visitors to the building were happy with the artwork from the get-go! This couple offered to pose with the artwork for us!
Artists Circle was called upon to develop a rotating art show for two of Jones Lang LaSalle's buildings in Laurel, MD. To create a consistent look, we proposed rotating photography that would be showcased in Plexiglas sandwich frames. Here are some images from the first round of photography we installed:
A team of two installers - Clifford and Tim - hung these super neat figurative sculptures at a residential client's home in Georgetown. We love them!
The latest pieces Artists Circle installed at Savills Studley's office: two photographic prints of "splashes" of color.
"...the barren landscape of Northern Nevada as [the artists'] stage in which they have conducted floating sculptural events; capturing fleeting moments in which vibrantly pigmented liquid has been thrown into the air. Taking many attempts to perfect the technique of tossing the fluid substance in just the right way to obtain a range of free-flowing configurations, the resulting images express shapes that are non-discernible and ephemeral in their existence. The large splashes are shot with a high-speed shutter (typically set at 3200th of a second) that freezes the action... each image is presented as it is taken, without any Photoshop editing."
Launch Workplaces just opened their first shared office space in Gaithersburg, MD. Artists Circle came up with a nifty modular logo wall, which will allow them to easily switch out logos as more companies join their space. The logos are printed on sheets of aluminum, which are then held to the wall with magnets.
Murry's Family of Fine Foods recently moved into a new corporate office. Take a look at some of the artwork we proposed and framed for them!...