As seen in the DesignNJ article "Art, Seriously" by John Zeaman. Photo by Patricia Burke.
"Try stacking as shown in this example from James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery, grouped with fine dishware and accessories ( and surveyed by feline art connoisseur Ilean at lower left)."
Featured artists in above photo include:
"And if you can afford the luxury, you can go the other way and decorate around the painting. 'It's a very European thing to start with a painting and work backwards by creating the three-dimensional room around it,' Yarosh say. 'You can make a dialogue that way. You can make everything sing together.'"
Collections grouped by color to build a guest room around - Fine art & Design by James Yarosh
"What happens when you have more art than you have wall or floor space? Yarosh likes to stack paintings on the wall, but not all of his clients like that style. 'People say they don't want their homes to look like a museum,' he says. As a museum lover, he doesn't see that as a problem. 'I say we should all be so lucky.'"
Groupings of similar theme, framing and pattern to hang can add complication and interest to a monochromatic color scheme.
Artwork featured to above as part of James Yarosh gallery's Holiday/Winter 2016 exhibit previewed
A client of James Yarosh Associates Fine Art Gallery groups preliminary studies with a large scale Russian Realism painting by artist Alexander Kopeyko titled "Time for Silence". The grouping also includes icon paintings as part of the master bedroom art collection. Photo by Patricia Burke. Featured artist: Alexander Kopeyko
Read the full article "Art, Seriously - Gallery owners offer advice on how to form an art collection by John Zeaman in the Feb/Mar 2016 issue of DesignNJ magazine. Visit them on line at www.designnewjersey.com
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