Romanoff Elements has been busy in the past few years. In that time we have provided artworks for many clients, we have continued to expand the artists we work with, and we seriously outgrew our website. I am thrilled that the new re: site has launched, and we can finally stop saying that it’s a “work in progress”.
We updated our look, we have artworks from artists who have been with us from the start, as well as new artists who we are now representing and examples of some of the wonderful projects we have worked on. We will also be launching a few new ways to share our inspirations and artworks.
With the new season, comes a lighter feel, a yearning for freshness and color. To celebrate spring, here a few highlights from re:artists and works that reflect a love of nature and outdoors. Abstract artist Anne Raymond has been exploring a lighter palette and using different glazes to soften the colors, also adding a lovely radiance. This is Zurich Sky, oil on canvas, 60"x72"
Each time I see a new image from photographer John Duckworth’s painterly Abstract Landscape Collection, images taken on the South Carolina shore, I think the colors and depth are better and more layered than the last. This is Sullivan's Island, (all images are limited edition and available in a variety of sizes)
The colors in Claudia Mengel’s paintings are combined and layered with finesse, she beautifully contrasts and layers color. This is from the Muller Park series, each work capturing another view of nature and the feel it inspires. This is Muller Park No. 10, a small 12"x12" canvas, a study for a larger painting
When I visit photographic artist Nancy Woodward’s studio I’m always greeted by walls filled with tissues printed with images that the artist is studying for color and composition. The work is inspired by the intricacies and patterns found in nature. This is Kate's Dream
Another view of spring can be seen in the many flowers blooming in Kerri Rosenthal’s busy studio. This painting in from a pop-art inspired collection for spring. This is Through the Tulips", a 60"x60"painting
In the next few weeks we’ll introduce Artful Wednesdays (follow re: on instagram and Facebook), sharing how artworks can be integrated into the design of rooms in a variety of ways. Recently, designer Windsor Smith blogged about the various ways she designs interiors with artworks in mind. Her rooms are eclectic, interesting and artful. This room features a "super slim lit easel, (that she designed) to place newfound art treasures front and center"
In the works is a new artist feature. We’ll explore in more depth the work of re:artists, their inspirations, process and works. When we work with clients, we explore different artworks, subjects, style, medium and find artists and works that resonate for them.
Thanks for taking the time to see what’s new, I hope you’ll browse the new site. I would love to hear from you and would be happy to answer questions about the artists, their artworks or what you may be looking for.