On our website, we're reaching out to many types of collectors
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 1, 2009
Since the beginning of time, sculpture has been a way for institutions and individuals to express their culture through ceremonial objects, architecture, monuments, and simply as décor in and around their living and meeting spaces. Sculpture is compelling simply because it is three dimensional - it occupies space and so demands attention. In today's world, http://www.sculpturesite.com offers beautiful and perfectly crafted contemporary sculpture for public and private spaces.
"We were one of the first galleries on the internet," began Brigitte Micmacker.
Micmacker and her partner/co-curator John Denning, initially started an all outdoor gallery called A New Leaf in 1990, which was based in Berkeley, CA. In 1995, they launched their website, subsequently renamed Sculpturesite.com, and created one of the first major online sculpture galleries.
The start of the website coincided with Sculpturesite's role as a catalyst for the placement of sculpture in corporate and residential settings.
"We pioneered the concept of placing contemporary sculpture in the residential landscape" said Denning. "Until we showed a model for what was possible, the only private collectors of contemporary sculpture were the very wealthy".
As one browses through their website with over sixty sculptors and more than 1200 pages, it is clear that the sculpture featured is exquisitely crafted and executed. It offers access to hundreds of very unique and exciting pieces for both commercial and private sites in many materials and style.
"We curate each work very carefully," explained Denning.
"On our website, we're reaching out to many types of collectors", added Micmacker. "We offer corporate, public, and private commissions. Sculpture is very effective for branding and expresses your discrimination and taste."
The gallery's blog is http://www.SculptureSourceBlog.com and offers a service: the information corporations, individuals, and public agencies need to find and acquire the best sculpture(s) for their projects.
"We want to make fine art sculpture accessible," said Micmacker, "We offer a support system for those searching for the perfect sculpture and for the artists themselves".
About the Company:
Sculpturesite.com is operated by John Denning and Brigitte Micmacker. Sculpturesite Gallery is based in San Francisco, while its sister gallery, A New Leaf, is based in Sonoma, CA.