November 13th, 2018

Wayne Salge’s “Giddyup” in our local collector’s home

By Veronica Vale, Fine Art Consultant

Too often we hear what may be one of the world’s best problems to have: “our walls are too full for more art.” We know that this just means that our client’s have a gorgeous, exciting art collection. Nevertheless, this can be disappointing to collectors who feel obliged to miss out on a favorite new piece or who have trouble justifying buying a work they love when their walls are full. However, just because your home’s walls are full doesn’t mean you cannot add precious new pieces to your collection.

For those collectors with no space left for paintings or for homes with more windows than walls, consider completing your collection with sculpture. Here are a few of our favorite recent sculpture placements, along with a few beautiful new pieces, available at Gallery MAR, to achieve the look:

In Situ:

Jared Davis‘ “Jupiter Swan, Turquoise” in our local collector’s kitchen nook

Get the Look:

In Situ:

R. Nelson Parrish‘ resin and wood flitch “1867” in our local collector’s stairwell

Get the Look:

R. Nelson Parrish‘s “Mt. Blanc” flitch

R. Nelson Parrish‘s “Susitna” flitch

In Situ:

Jared Davis‘ “Glass Antlers, Turquoise” in our local collector’s home

Get the Look:

Jared Davis‘ “Glass Antlers” are available upon commission request in a number of different colors

Jared Davis‘ “Antler Chandelier” is available upon commission request. Look for an amber colored chandelier in the foyer of Gallery MAR

In situ:

Wayne Salge‘s “Giddyup” enjoys a gorgeous view from our local collectors’ home

Get the Look:

Different editions of Wayne Salge‘s “Giddyup” are available upon request

Wayne Salge‘s “Gallatin” is currently available at Gallery MAR

In Situ:

Jamie Burnes‘ “Yoseline” in our local collector’s home

Get the Look:

Jamie Burnes‘ “Vicky,” is now available at Gallery MAR

Come see Jamie Burnes‘ “Alister” at Gallery MAR