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 […]
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 […]
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’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 […]
Interesting article by Ruby Wax about ‘What Does Your Home Say About You’ in this month’s issue of Elle Deco magazine. Here she talks about being sold art by (in her words) a hustler/art dealer. Given she obliquely mentions the Chris Ofili works I can’t help but think perhaps she has been buying art at […]
Louisa Warfield Art Consultant. Her Tips for How to Hang a Gallery Wall. (A version of this blog was kindly published on Nappy Valley Net January 2019) What is a Gallery Wall? A gallery wall is a wall hung with lots of pictures or items – often called a ‘salon style hang’ named after the […]