To put it simply: We believe that every comfortable living space should hold an art collection, but without the silly demand that it match the décor.
Art should exist for you, the collector, first… as a visual embodiment of your style and personal history. An art collection offers both exterior decoration as well as a documentary of life’s mental and emotional trapeze act.
For this reason, we feel that art belongs to people more than places.
We think that art is a form of expression for not only the artist, but the collector as well. It is important to us that the work you select for your art collection conveys a part of who you are.
We want you to pause in your hallway, bedroom, office or living room when you pass an artwork, and experience that singular and rare moment of beauty that can save a person and change his or her mood.
We can help you build any variety of collection you want – whether it’s work by Baltimore’s most daring young artists or a collection of tribal artifacts, a new and compelling trend in postmodern painting and sculpture or simply the exuberance of an art period long since passed.
We’re concerned, instead, with finding outstanding art and matching it to those collectors who demand a certain kind of expression.