Sometimes smaller art will work better for a particular space. While I highly recommend putting artwork on your wall that is huge and makes a statement, it just isn’t always feasible.
Art Print Bins
Even when we browse in art galleries it can be overwhelming to see these quite large pieces of art. They are gorgeous, and many times I’ve stated that I wish I had space for something like that. Or I wish I had the type of home or office that piece would work in.
The reality is, we don’t all have corner offices or own businesses with big budgets or spaces for large artwork. That doesn’t mean we still can’t place art in our spaces.
Many galleries have artwork bins that contain prints that may be a bit smaller. These pieces could be smaller original pieces or recreations of larger art or they might be just smaller prints of an artist’s work. Either way, this makes it far more affordable and easier to hang in our homes and offices.
The images above were all in one of the art print bins at Springboard Arts Gallery in Wicker Park, Chicago. They range in sizes from 11″ x 14″ to 16″ x 16″. You can purchase any of these directly from my Limited Editions gallery. These are all printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta Paper, which I love for black and white prints. It is a 100% cotton base paper with a very finely textured gloss surface finish.
More to choose from
I also have a selection from a Chicago Riverwalk Reflections series that are available as 11″ x 14″ prints. All six of these images are printed on Hahnemühle Torchon Fine Art Paper.
These are also available in the Limited Edition Prints gallery.
Since I have your attention I’ll share some good news. I just found out two more of my pieces from the gallery have found new homes! Thank you so much to the art collectors out there who appreciate my unique perspectives enough to put them on their walls.
To view more of my work visit my fine art galleries, and if you ever have something specific you’re looking for just Get in Touch. I have a fairly large archive that has yet to see the light of day.