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[7 Feb 2014 | No Comment | ]
Corporate Art – New Challenges, New Solutions

Anyone who has ever used a good art consultant knows that in addition to the expertise they bring to the table, another huge benefit is saving the valuable time of corporate executives. What we’re seeing now is that consulting is becoming more and more relevant to busy executives. Three of the major factors impacting corporate art are:

the economy
the trend toward more environmentally friendly workspaces
rapid innovations in art and how it is displayed

The economy, it seems, has affected everyone in one way or another. In recent years many corporations have reduced …

Art and Picture Framing, Art for Office Remodeling, corporate art, Featured »

[17 Nov 2013 | No Comment | ]
Corporate Art – Texas Style

Choices in corporate art vary immensely from business to business. Determining what is “right” for a particular corporation depends on many factors, some of which we’ve touched on in our other blog articles.
In this case, we’d like to offer a small collection and let the images speak for themselves. Not that Texans can be stereotyped by any means – far from it! Rather, what you’ll find below simply represents the type of art chosen by a few of our clients who also happen to be our neighbors here in …

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[5 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]
Corporate Art and Company Culture

Every company has a culture. If you haven’t developed it by design, then it has evolved by default. Either way, your company culture directly affects the way you and your employees interact with each other and with your clients. Needless to say, that in turn directly affects your company’s bottom line.
Company culture has been described as the collective mental assumptions that guide the actions of the people in an organization by defining the behavior that is expected or appropriate in various situations.
The benefits of having an exceptional company culture are …

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[11 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
Houston History and Ghosts: The Esperson Buildings

As a longtime Houstonian I have always had a love for the city’s history. I think this is shared by a great many fellow Houstonians, mostly our more recent residents. This comes, I think, from the aggressive, progressive nature of the business leaders to tear down and rebuild.
At TurnKey Art Soultions we sell a great number of framed, photo reproductions. Many people like to connect the old with the new. In fact, one of our more popular art products is a framed piece that displays side-by-side …

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[15 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
Focus?

In the world of art there is a vast array of art styles and types. We as a people tend to find a particular style that we like, someone else sees our display and copies it, and before long a once-unique look has become a fad. In time it can become overused and yesterday’s history. Sadly, this could be said for Windberg, and even for Thomas Kinkade.
Another overused art item is the motivational piece. These are the art pieces that depict everything from soaring eagles to sailboats on perfectly …

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[10 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
Favorite Artists Series: Michael Atkinson

Michael Atkinson is a West Texas artist from Lubbock. His interest in art started early in life, and he began painting as a child. After studying architecture at Texas Tech University, he pursued a career in teaching as well as working as an architect.
His art interests are widely varied and include buildings, animals, oceanscapes, and southwest landscapes. His watercolors are stunning. A signature item in his art is his technique with the essential use of white space. His style starts with fine detail at a center …