Transforming Spaces With Photography

May 27, 2015


DSC01274Intimate Autumn GrandviewA classic autumn scene at Grandview State Park in West Virginia.

Do you want to change your decor without breaking the bank? New art on your walls can change things instantly and easily. Photography is such an amazing medium! It can take a mundane space and make it come alive! And, while many people struggle with understanding some art forms, most all of us can relate to and truly enjoy photography. It can seemingly add windows to a stark hallway or take us away to wide open spaces or peaceful retreats.

MC_ReceptionMC_ReceptionThe reception area at McKinley-Carter Wealth Management features photography by Steve Payne. It is one of many office installations that we have done over the years

Photography Is Versatile

Photography is also one of the most versatile art forms. It can printed in custom sizes on a variety of surfaces, from paper to canvas, metal, and more. Add custom framing options and the possibilities are endless. And, with all these choices available, we’re usually able to fit any budget.

But, how do you know what it’s going to look like on your walls? I routinely go to clients homes and offices with my samples and ideas to solve these kinds of problems. I have always felt that the only sure way to select art for a space is to be in the space and visualize it in person. I will be happy to do this for you too, even if you are not ready to make a commitment to purchase. It’s the only way to have the information that you need to compare one solution to the next.

When I come to meet with you I will bring image samples, frame samples and even framed pieces to make the visualization super easy. I love helping people transform spaces from dull to spectacular with photographic art. So, don’t hesitate to call and set up a consultation in your home or office. Contact me today. I look forward to helping you transform your space! 304-546-7254 or email me here.

SKPano01_CSpruce Knob PanoramicA view from the top of Spruce Knob, West Virginia's highest peak by Steve Payne.

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