- Rustic Elegance in New Hampshire Ski Home
Up in the mountains of New Hampshire, our clients find respite from a long day out on the cold ski slopes with the warm autumnal colors of this contemporary Koehn forest landscape above their stone fireplace.
- Scale and Sophistication with Pop Appeal
Many new construction homes are made with sweepingly high ceilings, especially when the grand foyer staircase opens to the second floor. We approached this client with a tall, vertical painting with pop culture flair to fill the space with dramatic appeal.
- Hingham Birches in Snow
With geometric patterns and classic New England details, this traditional space needed a painting with familiar subject matter, and a stylistic twist. The loose contemporary style of Josef Kote has bouncing light, dynamic paint strokes, bright primary colors, and a wild mood.
- Cool Colors: Tranquil Meadow for Ipswich Home
After finding success with an abstract Ursula Brenner painting in our client's Ipswich dining room (below), we tried to provide a splash of excitement to another neutral-toned spot above their living room couch...
- Non-Glare Glass or UV: Which is the Best Choice?
When framing a fine print, photograph, document, or other image on paper many people become confused about what type of glass to use. Indeed there are a dizzying array of choices and brand names available, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Hopefully this entry helps to "clear" it up.
- To Restore or Not to Restore? That Is The Question
Many painting restorations that we perform involve a cleaning of a dirty canvas or patching of a hole or fixing some cracking. Usually our clients want a piece restored for sentimental or aesthetic reasons. But often times the paintings have a significant monetary value as well, which poses a question:Will restoring a painting reduce its value?
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