AT LAST! Our first catalogue of original and very limited edition contemporary art is OUT!

Interior designers and other property professionals who need to source art for their latest project, whether a boutique hotel, a luxury retail space or a private residence, can now request a digital copy of our Spring-Summer 2016 Collection.

I’ve already received some very positive comments about the look of the catalogue from designers and others. Unusually, our room settings for the art we’re featuring are illustrated rather than photographic, and this approach has generally been welcomed: it seems to emphasise the art in its setting, which is the effect we wanted to achieve. A big ‘thank you’ to illustrator Claire Rollet for her contribution in that regard.


Similarly, the division of the catalogue into a section for artists and a section for themes, organised by price band, has proved popular. It looks as though some designers are scanning the art styles first while others are more mindful of their budget!


In fact, we’ll be printing a limited number of copies in a couple of weeks’ time, so you can request a print copy if you email me at I know some designers prefer to look at a physical catalogue when choosing art or showing a client a particular artist’s style. Artwork often does look better somehow on paper than on screen!

I’m also pleased with the feedback we’re already getting to our ad in the March issue of Bridge for Design, the international resource for interior designers. We’re on page 54 of the print edition.
Click on the cover below to see us on page 43 of their digital edition.

BFD - Spring2016 cover

Before I finish, I really want to acknowledge the fantastic efforts of our website and catalogue designer Glen Innes of art!iculate. It’s thanks to Glen’s sterling efforts that the catalogue is getting such a positive response.

Good designing!


Simon de Pinna
Gallery MURO