Adding Sculpture to your Art Collection

Screen Shot 2017-10-14 at 8.19.28 PMPaintings need a good frame and an appropriate wall to be appreciated. Sculptures on the other hand need to be viewed from multiple angles to truly appreciate their beauty. Whether it is a larger piece or one in need of a pedestal, think about traffic flow in a room when determining its placement. When displaying any piece of art, the right lighting is key to show off a work of art’s best attributes.  Diffused light (i.e. daylight from a window) is the best for most pieces.  Too much light will make the details indistinguishable, and not enough will simply hide them.

Need more ideas on how to incorporate sculpture into your personal art collection? Come talk to the artists who create them at the opening reception of DIMENSIONS 2017.

Thursday, October 19th – Horticulture Building, Lansdowne Park

 

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About mariasaracino

Figurative Artist
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