art for the office
Investing in original contemporary art is a wonderful way to improve a working environment. Well chosen artworks can motivate staff and express corporate values. We are pleased to be able to offer advice on selecting art that meets your business needs.
Brightening office walls, making a powerful first impression in reception, turning meeting rooms into stimulating spaces, investing in assets that may appreciate in value...there are many good reasons for buying art for your business.
sponsorships and arts-based marketing
Download our Corporate Art Services PDF to find out more about how we can help your business meet its objectives through visual arts sponsorship programmes, arts-based marketing activities or CSR initiatives that support creative expression or endeavour.
ginny gray gallery can arrange and manage commissions for corporate and private clients who have specific art requirements. We identify the best artist (or artists!) for a client's needs and are skilled at ensuring that the work they deliver is of high quality, meets the brief and is delivered on time and within budget.
We have supplied artworks for offices, hotels and bars as well as for private individuals. Our highly professional service encompasses 3D art, purpose-made stained glass panels and portrait painting if required. By commissioning work through our gallery you'll enjoy the peace of mind that you'll get precisely the art you want, created to the highest standards. We are able to advise on style, subject matter and framing for clients who would like assistance in these matters.
We are happy to work with architects, interior designers and fit-out teams as well as directly with the end client. The photograph below shows one in a series of pieces painted to order within a relatively short period of time for a client in the leisure industry. The client was absolutely delighted with the outcome.
featured artist - Janet Rogers
Janet Rogers' beautiful mixed media landscapes are heavily textured and feature either gold or silver leaf. Applying the same techniques as Samuel Palmer used in the early 19th century, Janet mixes gum arabic with watercolour, painting it on in layers and then varnishing. This unique three-dimensional effect captures the English countryside perfectly. Janet is a very popular artist whose work is in demand in the UK and abroad.
featured artist - Sue Moffitt
Sue Moffitt is famous for her characterful portraits of cows, which are both quirky and technically accomplished. Her style has been widely imitated, but seldom matched. Coming from a family that has farmed for generations – her grandfather established the famous Hunday Herd of Holstein Friesians, while her father John received a CBE for services to agriculture – Sue’s innate bond with cattle is clearly evident in her work. Her paintings are statement pieces, full of vividness and vitality, but what sets them apart from the work of lesser ‘cow painters’ is their emotional depth. Given its broad appeal, there is strong demand for her work.
featured artist - Peter Kotka
Peter Kotka is internationally renowned for his Still Life oil paintings of fruit, fine wines and other subjects. In his work he blends contemporary and traditional styles, colours and techniques to give his paintings individuality, detail and atmosphere. Although UK based, he has exhibited frequently in the US where his work is popular.