Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 1, 2006
Interior Designers, Decorators, and avid Collectors can now find a variety of original art directly from the Artists through Hemisphere Accent Gallery.
Hemisphere is a shared showroom of vendors located on the 9th floor of the World Trade Center at Dallas Market Center. Being juried, vendors and products have to be approved by HAG. Hemisphere has always had an eclectic mixture ranging from furniture and lighting to decorative items. Recently acquiring more original artists adds to Hemisphere's reputation for originality as well as offering buyers the ability to meet the actual artists in their mini galleries.
The fine artists showing there are from all over the country. Kathy Kromer from Texas (http://www.kathykromer.com) is known for her contemporary use of color and texture. You might be familiar with her work from HGTV. Carol Benson of Arizona (http://www.carolbensonart) shows large original abstract paintings influenced by her southwestern surroundings. Joanne Neal Berendt from Colorado (http://www.averyjordangalleries.com) shows large abstract canvases of textures, layers, and patinas. Merri Ellen Kase (http://www.kasecreative.com ), also from Texas, enhances her paintings with years of experience as an award winning illustrator and graphic designer. Georgia Artist Andy Mathis (http://www.andymathis.com) is a signature member of Georgia Watercolor Society and known for his light filled still lifes and florals. Most artists sell works off the wall from their actual spaces inside Hemisphere, giving designers the ability to purchase onsite. Shipping is also provided from the showroom.
Their sentiments of Hemisphere are similar. "It is difficult to show artwork on the temporary floors. I paint slow with lots of glazes and layers so trying to maintain artwork for a large showroom space is not feasible. Hemisphere allows me to have my own little showroom gallery space," says Andy.
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