When you’re sourcing art for clients I aim to make reviewing the art on my website as easy as can be. Many of you now add my work to client proposals without even contacting me in advance because you can access images, dimensions and prices from my Resources page WITH EASE.
Did you know I also do commissions?
Commissions usually begin with a client’s interest in one or two of my works with the hopes of acquiring something in a specific size. The resources page is usually the jumping off point for this process. When I'm brought into the discussion, I like to ask a few questions: where it will hang, what direction is the sunlight, is it art the client will sit in the room with to enjoy, or a work they will pass in a hallway. All this and more helps me begin to form a concept proposal for a new piece.
Right now, I'm telling anyone who'll listen that I'm looking for an opportunity to create large installations for hospitality or public spaces - imagine a 20-30 foot high version of one of my canvases!
Do you have any clients looking for large artworks, or something of a specific size? I encourage you to get in touch - let's talk!
As always, you can follow my studio practice @marylittlestudio.