ARTWORK FOR THE WALL
Where will it bring you the most joy? That is the question we start with when planning artwork for the walls of your home. Is it above your fireplace where you share time with family and friends? Is it beside your front door, the last thing you see before you leave and the first thing when you come home? Is it tucked away in your room, a treasure just for you?
Artwork from your session brings joy. It declares the people are the most important part of this home. It celebrates the unity and individuality of each member of your family. It reminds you, every day, that this is why you work so hard… for this family, for this child, for this moment that will never be the same. Everyday you walk past it, it increases in value until it is literally priceless.
Our wall art mediums are as diverse as the clients we serve. We offer gallery wrapped canvases, framed fine art prints, framed canvases, and painted masterworks. Available as individual pieces or as wall collections, each presentation is heirloom quality and guaranteed for a lifetime.
Our most popular medium, gallery wrap canvases are great for active households. Gallery wrapped canvases are giclee printed and wrapped around a wood stretcher frame. What makes our canvases especially unique is they have a wood substrate behind the canvas which protects from warping or the canvas losing tension over time or with impact. Framing is available for all of our
Framed Fine Art
From sleek black frames with white mats, to
Found in some of North Carolina’s most prominent homes, our painted masterworks are sought after heirloom pieces that elevate whatever room they are featured in. Every brush stroke is hand painted in a style that is photorealistic in the faces and
Exclusive to our studio, the Milan is our most breathtaking wall art offering. When we found out our painter had a gallery show in New York City, featuring charcoal style renderings of her dreams we knew we had stumbled upon something amazing. What would happen, we asked her, if you took the style of those paintings and translated them