KiptonArt, the online gallery for emerging artists, has announced the launch of an invitation-only Interior Design Studio, enabling designers to share art with clients through online portfolios, and search over $33 million of art by price, style and medium.
Canti Chair by Brad Luczak
"The inspiration came from our desire to make it easy for Interior Designers to access the most cutting edge emerging artists," said KiptonART founder Kipton Cronkite. "We are seeing massive interest from interior designers [in emerging art] and this is something they have been asking us to develop."
A personalized art advisory service will be launched in coming months to help designers navigate the 8,700 images and 1,550 artists in the database.
Los Comunicadores by Nadia Martinez
For information on the Interior Design Studio, register here, then email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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