About the Collection
When designing a bedroom, it’s important to remember that the first thing you see when you open your eyes can set the tone for your whole day. The right colors, accents, and art can all make all a significant impact on your mood and outlook. Why not make the first and last thing you see each day to be a hand-selected fine art print with calming, comforting themes?
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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.Contact
Artists in the Collection
Mary Jo Bole (b.1956, Cleveland, OH) makes art across media, including geologic materials, printmaking, hand-drawn maps, artist-books and installations. Her resources include gallows humor, memento mori, Victorian left-over culture, crumbling post-industrial Cleveland, curious objects and cemeteries, a dose of punk, the gilded age, and Lake Erie.
Linda Gall (b.1949, Columbus, OH) creates complex images via painting, drawing, and printmaking. Gall often finds inspiration in quiet corners of daily life and derelict industrial areas, creating a quirky and irreverent visual dialogue to transform her environment.
Laura Bidwa (b.1968, Long Beach, CA) is a painter whose abstract works explore fleeting moments in time, place, memory, and nature. They combine a delicate balance of translucent layers that are dense yet airy, minimal yet expressively loose.
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.
Pamela Jorden (b.1969, Knoxville, TN) is an abstract painter who explores atmospheric elements by way of manipulated color and shape. The push and pull of paint on uniquely shaped canvases results in fluid and organic compositions full of light.
Kurt Lightner (b.1971, Troy, OH) is a painter and sculptor whose studio practice is one that examines his family’s history with farming in the Midwest, particularly as it relates to concepts of work and self-worth. With landscape-based visuals, he conveys the importance of his ancestral environment and the significance of generational knowledge.