Styling with abstract art is a surefire way to add a stylish edge to your home. In our latest article for interior design specialists, Houzz, Rebecca Gordon covers 10 ways to Style With Abstract Art, offering plenty of advice and inspiration.
We all know that painting is hands down the most popular medium, there’s something so special about an original piece of artwork, the artist’s touch on the canvas and the free forms or incredible precision that can be achieved with a brush. This Christmas we have 10 paintings at the top of our wish list, and are hoping for all our art dreams to come true.
As Rise Art launch our brand spanking new ‘Speak to a Curator’ service offering help and advice to our customers on choosing the perfect artworks, and styling art with your interiors, we sat down with Head Curator Rebecca Gordon to ask her 5 of the most common questions we hear, from whether to buy art for love or investment, to the trends she sees in what people are buying, and how best to your display art. Read for her expert tips and get in touch today to speak to one of our curators for a pe
Bostonite Marni Katz is founder of the StyleCarrot blog as well as a contributing writer for Design Milk. We love her fabulous ARTMonday feature, and so asked Marni to curate a collection for us! Here's part one of her collection titled: "Summer is coming, An ode to a variety of summer experiences"
Have you recently moved to a new office and are planning to add some character to distinguish yourself from other corporates; or are you thinking of ways to motivate your employees? Either way, art can help you with your goal– have a look at three reasons why use are in your office design.
Own a cafe or a restaurant? Wan't to spice things up? Or make things a bit more homey? Take a look at a few other cafe's who have used Rise Art before, as well as a few tips and suggestions.
Interiors and style blogger Luphia Loves takes over our Styling with Art column this week. She talks about the importance of a bold painting to pair with neutral furniture and uses a large, original oil on canvas painting by Andy Allen as her point of inspiration.