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
As always Rise Art is here to help you navigate the art world one step at a time, and today’s lesson could just save your relationship, keeping your home art filled and happy.
This week’s guest curator on Rise Art is interior design expert Martyn White. With an academic background in interior design, Martyn is wildly passionate about the subject, and his innate desire to inspire clearly comes through in his renowned blog. Here Martyn shares his personal taste for simple contemporary style, why he thinks art is so important when decorating your home, creating personality and character with your interiors, and how art finds you.
Knowledge is power, and we know keeping up with the ever-evolving art world is no easy feat, requiring you to always be one step ahead, keeping your eye and ears open for the latest trends and buzz words, the hottest artists and the newest mediums. We’ve gathered the 5 new art genres to know, and our top picks to go with them. Invigorate your day (and your mind), with these fascinating and significant Contemporary Art Genres.
This week we welcome Cornelia De Ruiter, founder of revolutionary online interior design platform Homewings, as our Guest Curator. She’s a maker and doer with impeccable home style and a love for art, both collecting and creating, and here she shares why art and design are
Our friends over at Love Home Swap have a curated database of some truly stunning holiday homes, none we should say more stunning than those filled to the brim with stand out art. Browsing these exotic locations doesn’t have to conjure pure envy; to bring that feeling back to your own home you can get the look with our nine properties to love, and the artworks to match.
Aisling Drennan's energetic, provocative canvases are symbolic of her unwavering passion as an artist. We caught up with the artist between projects, getting a glimpse behind the scenes at her studio and quizzing her about what makes her tick. Browse her new pieces and keep your eyes peeled for more releases soon!
The Royal Academy of Arts has amassed an immense collection of American works from galleries and private collections (over 100 lenders in total) which include works by great artists such as Clyfford Still, Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Janet Sobel to name just a few for its latest exhibition.
This week’s Rise Art guest curator is Helen Powell, the epitome of taste behind the beautiful interiors blog Design Hunter. This blogger has been featured in the likes of The Sunday Times, The Independent and Elle Decoration and here she tells us why she finds art to be so important in the home, and shares her expert tips on styling art with your interior design scheme.
As we know artwork is a great way to brighten up your walls and your home, transforming a space from dull and lacklustre to the epitome of envy. But sadly, though magic as they are, artworks won’t clean themselves, and maintaining your pieces properly is part and course of keeping them in the best nick possible. But it doesn’t have to be complicated. Our friends at Hassle have put together 6 tips for keeping your artwork in tip-top condition.