museum editions blog
Posted on March 03 2020
Posted on April 30 2019
Spring is here and we've assembled a collection of our favorite paintings and prints to celebrate the season! Whether you're looking for a bright and bold addition to your design project or a fresh color palette that will breathe new life into your space, these artworks are sure to inspire.
Posted on December 06 2018
Posted on February 14 2018
Amidst Manhattan's skyscrapers and glaring lights lies an urban respite, the renovated and rebranded James Nomad Hotel. Combining timeless elegance and eclectic flare, The James provides the best in luxury boutique design. In honor of its Grand Opening, guests can now enjoy exclusive deals on their stay. Visit The James Nomad website for more information!
Posted on January 11 2018
Iconic Los Angeles-based visual artist and one of LA's original Graffiti artists, Karlos Marquez's vibrant, urban inspired work embodies how art and design meet to create a unique living experience.
Posted on October 30 2017
If you're as obsessed with prints as we are (the Fine Art Print Fair was this weekend in NYC) and are a fan of all things macabre, you will die for Bill Fick's work! A printmaker associated with the "Outlaw Printmaking" movement, Fick lives and works in Durham, North Carolina. He has exhibited his unique prints nationally and internationally and has taught at many institutions across the US.
Posted on July 17 2017
Whether you are a designer looking to fill a large wall on a shoestring budget or a person with a growing artwork collection, the Salon Style Art Installation is a fantastic way to showcase your attention to detail and appreciation of the finer things! The team at Museum Editions is here to suggest some tips to consider as you organize your art for installation.
Posted on July 24 2015
|"Walk The Line," m+e gallery's second show featured artists with strong voices in the contemporary arts. Artists Angelica Bergamini, Natasha Lavdovsky, Margaret Neill, Christina Blaagbjerg, and Kathleen Kucka work in mediums ranging from photography to drawing to painting.|
Posted on December 04 2014
|Witz never surrendered to the pressure to unify his work into one recognizable "look". The result is a vast and exploratory body of work that reveals impulses toward the nature of material referring at times to the figurative, abstract expressionist and the minimal.|