Thursday, September 16, 2010

Art Styles for Art in the Workplace: Traditional and Fine Arts

Fine art is the classification of paintings, sculptures, photography or even prints that subscribe to the very traditional rules of artistry. Another way to put it is that artists who work in the fine arts do not color outside of the lines. Fine art refers to the tradition of the process not the quality of the artwork.

Traditional paintings are generally oil or watercolor and would most likely include impressionists, still life's, painted portraits and historical events. It is generally historical in nature. Original paintings are extremely rare and exorbitantly expensive so a reproduction is more likely to appear in anywhere other than an art museum. It is crucial that the reproduction, framing and installation be of the highest quality and workmanship. Save the reproduction posters for the dorm room or early apartment. Click here to learn more about fine art at

Traditional art fits well in a professional office building, professional office, or upscale hotel. The piece will give a strong sense of tradition, safety and security.  To find the perfect traditional piece for your office, work with your art consultant. She will work within your price range to provide the very art that speaks your corporate message.

For a free consultation on fine art for your home or office, contact us at (888) 440-9260 x710 and visit our website at: - we offer a variety of styles of artwork from artists throughout the US, including eco-friendly, sustainable artwork.

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