Installing Your Large Scale Art

This is how you install large-scale contemporary art ~ in a place of high visibility, with room to breathe. In this case, note the unique architectural details that blend beautifully and stylistically with the style of the art ~ “Two Horses” on the wall in this London home. Linear elements repeat throughout the nature of the piece, done as a triptych in three separate but equal size panels, and support the linear aspects of the home's interior design.

 

Nestled in a spectacular stairwell the piece fills the available space comfortably, without excess room on either side, and neither feeling diminished by the walls. A horse always needs room to move!

 

 

 

Featured on the Global Equestrian site, PaardVerzameld

American contemporary artist, sculptor, textile designer and jewelry maker Donna Bernstein (b. 1954) was born in a small town north of Manhattan. As a child, she spent her free time around the horses of her neighbour, teaching herself to ride, getting familiar with their shapes and forms and refining her art. This way, she literally drew horses into her life, making them part of her world.

Donna B and the Style of Her Art, Fashion and Jewelry


Maiden Issue of EqLuxe Features Donna B

 I found myself scrolling through posts and became intrigued..... This art work spoke to me and it wasn't because her paintings and drawings were equine... but there was a feeling them... They were moving......

Donna B Spotlight at Longines Masters, NY