Art Consultant Louisa Warfield Shares Her Top Picks From The London Original Print Fair.
(I was asked to write this blog post by the lovely girls at The Decorcafe – a lovely network for people interested in or who provide creative services for people’s homes. This group has been invaluable support for me building my business and I recommend them to anyone needing help, support, a network in setting […]
5 (Possibly Slightly Silly) Art Things to do in Coronavirus Lockdown (Edition 3)
So I don’t know about anyone else but the novelty of lockdown is slightly wearing off for me. I have cleared all the cupboards I am ever going to realistically clear (I have now accepted some will remain untouched until the day I die – kids enjoy those – read the labels on the boxes […]
5 (Ceramic) Art Things to do in Coronavirus Lock Down (Edition 2)
Welcome to my second edition of ‘5 things to do in Coronavirus lockdown’ – miraculously I am only a day late on my self imposed weekly deadline. I blame the weather. There was no way I was going to sit at my desk yesterday instead of reading the papers and listening to podcasts in the […]
5 Art Things to do in Coronavirus Lock Down (Edition 1)
A number of people have asked ‘So Lou, has the art world shut down because of Covid’. Well, I think we all shut down a bit for the first few days – if you were anything like me you took the opportunity to clear out a few cupboards and wash down your walls. But thankfully, […]
5 Great Ways to Learn About Art
The art world can be a mystifying place to a lot of people but the thing I love most about my job is demystifying it for them! Here, I thought I would share some of my favourite places that I have found over the years that have helped me on my journey learning about art. […]
Does our increasing consumption of ‘art as entertainment’ affect our relationship with art in the home?
I have never ever quite got over the fact that I missed Olafur Eliasson’s ‘The Weather Project‘ – famously installed in The Tate Modern back in October 2003 through to March 2004. Luckily I had a good excuse – I was living in Australia at the time and in the middle of learning how have […]
Fun Art Things To Do – Edition 1
Over the coming months I am going to share some of the quirkier art things I love to find and do. Art is my passion and I love sharing that passion with people – which is why I became an art consultant in the first place – it’s the ultimate way I can share my […]
How An Art Consultant Approaches Her Own Blank Wall Problem!
I advertise myself as “an expert in bespoke, beautiful art solutions and impartial art advice for private clients, interior designers and friends” so did have a little laugh to myself when I came home one day and found my very own challenge on my very own door step – a blank hoarding that cut across […]
I Love Interior Designers But Do Not Use Them For Your Art.
I’ve ummed and I’ve ahhed and I’ve procrastinated for ages about writing this piece. But I’m ill with flu in bed so I thought might as well grab this bull by the horns. Using an interior designer is a very smart thing to do – I have called on a couple recently to help me […]