About the Collection
The living room is the ultimate place to showcase your design sensibility and unique personality. Whether you’re starting to design a living room from scratch, or looking to enhance an already completed interior, our prints have the vibrance and contemporary flavor that will set off your favorite home hangout space. This curated selection has playful works that make a statement and invite invigorating discussion with their striking colors and exciting compositions.
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Finding artwork that suits your space is no small task. That’s why we offer consultation services. During your session, we’ll work together to better understand how you want and need your space to look and feel. From there, we’ll explore and recommend art collections that will provide beauty and inspiration to your organization. Finally, we’ll educate and empower you to present your best curated options to key internal stakeholders with confidence and enthusiasm.
Artists in the Collection
Rob Matthews (b.1974, Wilson, NC) is a superbly technical artist whose subjects are laden with narratives often drawn from historical events and figures. The formal qualities of his work are steeped in history as well – his expert linework and attention to detail illustrate his interest in centuries-old traditional drawing practices.
Denise Stewart-Sanabria (b.1956, Worcester, MA) paints both hyperrealistic still lifes of everything from candy to produce to glassware, usually in front of an ornately patterned backdrop. The anthropomorphic stories created within her images often serve as humorous commentary on human behavior.
Denny Griffith (b.1952, Delaware, OH – d.2016, Columbus, OH) was known for boldly colorful paintings that depicted otherworldly creatures of an amoeba-like nature. The levity and joy seen in these “landscapes” is reflective of the exuberance and positivity the artist brought to those around him.
David Onri Anderson (b.1993, Nashville, TN) is a French-American artist of French-Algerian Jewish ancestry. Through the process of expanding, deconstructing, and echoing of a variety of forms, he seeks out the inherent alchemical possibilities in colors, materials, and repetition.
Tony Mendoza (b.1941, Havana, Cuba) is a visual and verbal storyteller. Underneath his photographs he will often write a brief anecdote, sometimes as few as five words, both witty and sincere. He trains his lens mainly on people, with the occasional dog or cat.
David Skeens (b.1970, Columbus, OH) is a creative, a storyteller, and a poet. His works act as internal monologues or theatrical asides that often muse, never without wry humor, on the nature of life, love, and pop culture.