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!...
THIS is what was in that gigantic box behind Jack... the large sculpture we showed you a sneak preview of a few weeks ago. It is now installed at Gables' Upper Rock development at Shady Grove and I-270 in Maryland.
Talk about a full service art firm! Principal Jack Devine used a forklift to unload the crate. With the help of two installers, they rigged it into place and lowered it down onto pre-set threaded rods on the footer.
When Savills Studley moved into their new space on F Street in DC, they called on Artists Circle to help with a variety of art items: moving their existing collection, installing art in corridors and individuals' offices, and helping acquire a few new key pieces of artwork.
Last week, we installed this huge, 24 foot wide mural in their space!
One of the many projects we have done for Inova Hospital was featured in a recent Washington Business Journal! Associate Mason Wood put together a selection of nature themed photographs for Inova Loudoun Hospital's birth center.
Read the article here.
Artists Circle was retained by the Embassy of Switzerland to help design and install a traveling exhibition of photographer Jean Mohr's work. The exhibition, War from the Victims' Perspective, features over 60 images addressing the issues of victims of conflicts, refugees and communities suffering from war. At the end of the exhibit we will be moving it to The Carter Center in Atlanta.
The works in the Memorial Hall at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars are visible to the public through February 6, 2015.
Sunday afternoon. Sipping beer. Looking at some amazing artwork. Spending time with great people. Daydreaming yet? If you missed our Beer Tasting, be sure to keep your eyes out for our Spring invitation!
Everyone had a great time viewing local artist Val Lewton's architectural works and perusing through our inventory sale:
U.S. Grains Council engaged Principal Jack Devine of Artists Circle to develop artwork concepts for their new space in Washington, DC. The collection includes photographs of fields of grain, grains silos, and two artists were commissioned to create custom photo collages.
We are in the midst of installing several hundred pieces of artwork in two new buildings at the Vinson Hall Retirement Community in McLean, VA. This is how fast our installers are! (Many thanks to Tim Anderson for the video)...