Depth in Painting (Owen Brown)

Posted by on Apr 6, 2017 in Art History, Fine Art, Philosophy
Depth in Painting (Owen Brown)

What we mean is not, clearly, a third physical dimension.  Nor, necessarily, the pleasant falsities of perspective.  Instead, depth in painting, in any form of art, is expressed along the measure of emotion. Which we should not be ashamed to acknowledge.  Rather, we should wander at the fact that op artists like Bridget Riley  and […]

Innovation in Corporate Art Collections: Companies That Get It

Posted by on Jul 12, 2016 in Corporte Art
Innovation in Corporate Art Collections: Companies That Get It

Pt II: New York City New York is a city unrivaled in cultural diversity and expression. We look to the enterprise capital of our nation for many insights into design and business trends alike. Through our research at Art Force, it’s apparent that there are many different stances a company can take in order to […]

Art and Health: Studies Reveal That Art Is Good For The Mind And Body

Posted by on Jun 21, 2016 in Healthcare
Art and Health: Studies Reveal That Art Is Good For The Mind And Body

Humans have been creating art for a long time: the oldest work of art dates back at least 430,000 years (which is particularly old, considering the modern human evolved 200,000 years ago). So, if a capability and desire to create art existed prior to the evolution of the Homo sapien – the artist of the […]

Framing 101

Posted by on Apr 29, 2016 in Corporate Art Force, Framing
Framing 101

As tempting as it may be to swing by IKEA and pick up a $20 frame for your latest art purchase, I’m here to tell you something quite different. Yes, professional framing is expensive, but it is 100% worth it. If you value the art which you just acquired, it’s best to actually treat it […]

How to Hang a Gallery Like A Pro

Posted by on Apr 22, 2016 in Corporate Art Force
How to Hang a Gallery Like A Pro

When it comes to framing and hanging, there are nearly an infinite amount of options, providing you with the opportunity to take someone else’s work of art and make it your own. A gallery wall allows you to make a personal statement by combining your favorite photographs and works of art into one cohesive design. […]