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We are delighted to present a series of original oil paintings created by Norfolk based artist, Bryony Knight inspired by the magical woodlands lining the North Norfolk coast. Her works are memories, experiences and dreams of the woodlands she explores daily.
Coastal Retreats is an atmospheric collection of original oil paintings by our new Cambridgeshire based artist, Cheryl Liston. 
Rethinking Work Environments - now that we can return to the office, one of the biggest questions companies are asking, ‘Do we all need to come back to the office, and if so, what does that look like?’
We are delighted to welcome our new partner artist Melanie Max and her "Visual Journeys" collection of semi-abstract original landscape paintings.
We are delighted to welcome our new partner artist Kate Green and her vibrant range of abstract mixed media original paintings.
NEW IN. "Tranquility" is a limited edition series of landscape artwork, created by Penny Frith.  

From fashion to furniture, some of the biggest brands are taking advantage of the rental market trend; So why not art too?

For companies wanting to implement more sustainable and environmentally friendly business strategies, there are several big eco-benefits to renting office art, from reducing your carbon footprint to swerving landfills.

In this article, we explore the Top 5 Environmentally Friendly Benefits of Renting Office Art.    

We are delighted to welcome our new partner artist Clare Millen 

"My paintings are an expression of the joy I feel when I connect with landscape. I love to explore wild and natural places both near and far – walking, sketching, and taking photos that I can then use as starting points for my work. My paintings, though firmly anchored in landscape, are always semi-abstract as I like to respond to different memories simultaneously - building, scraping and scoring surfaces in order to expose the history of the piece. Although unpredictable and often intense, this way of working allows me the freedom to explore colour and surface through my emotion and intuition."

From Microsoft to UBS, the impact of art in the workplace is recognised, not simply as a ‘nice to have’, but an essential component in creating an enriched environment for employees and customers alike.

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