Are you already thinking about the holidays?
Fall is a great time to spruce up your home. And with the upcoming holidays, you'll want to have your home in tip-top condition. Think about leasing art.
It's an easy way to change or enhance your look, add to your collection, or just have your house looking great for an upcoming party or event. It would be difficult to build an entire collection in just a few months (although a few of my best customers have certainly tried!). Leasing offers endless possibilities.
Think about it. I choose and delivery work appropriate for your decor (or appropriate for an office if that's what you're thinking), hang it, and leave it up through the holidays. If you love it and want to keep it longer, no problem. I'll change it out bi-monthly, offering you endless possibilities for decorating your home.
Or, you want to be a serious collector? The art I bring is all original, one-of-a-kind pieces done by top artists from around the world. The same art that I show in the gallery. Each piece is selected by me for the gallery, so each should be given serious consideration. If at any time you decide to purchase the artwork that's been staged in your home (one piece or the entire collection), I apply 50% of the lease fee paid to date (up to 1/2 of the purchase price). You'd get to live with great art, have a collection suggested for you by a professional, pay a low monthly fee, and purchase with a substantial credit from leasing.
If you've already collected a substantial amount of art and just want it rearranged or a fresh eye to look it over, I'll come to your home for $100 for up to 2 hours. I will curate, rehang, offer suggestions, or arrange for artwork to be donated or auctioned. Each additional hour is $75.
Leasing is easy, but your friends, business associates, employees, and guests would think you've spent a fortune on art. Prices start at $250/month for up to 5 pieces.
I'll stage your home, your business, your building, or (possibly) your restaurant. Call today for information. 565-0314.
Posted on Wed, October 9, 2013
by Caren Petersen