That beautiful painting, sculpture, drawing or photograph won’t make much of an impression if you don’t present it properly. Whether you’re displaying artwork in a gallery, commercial building or private residence, you want to be sure your visitors can view it at its best. Displaying artwork effectively requires a combination of creativity and the knowledge of a few factors that impact the presentation of the piece.
Using Display Pedestal Stands
Display pedestals for art offer one solution for making a piece the focal point of a room. You can place pedestal stands just about anywhere in a room — including in a corner that would otherwise constitute wasted space.
Pedestal stands are perfect for displaying pieces such as sculptures or busts. And with the wide variety of style, material and feature options, you can customize the pedestal to suit your design tastes.
The imaginative use of lighting allows you to highlight artwork and accent its most attractive features. Lighting can emphasize specific colors of a painting, create a shadow effect, accent the shape of the piece or add depth.
Examples of the numerous techniques when displaying artwork include altering the angle and direction to create the desired effect. You can also purchase pedestal stands with built-in lighting that enable you to spotlight the piece and make it more noticeable in a crowded room.
Choosing the Perfect Spot
Finding the ideal spot for displaying artwork depends on several factors. For example, if you have a lot of floor space and don’t have to worry about kids or pets knocking the item over, pedestals give you the maximum flexibility to place the art where it will attract the most attention. You will also be able to move the piece around to determine where the lighting will have the most favorable impact.
If the room contains furniture, you will need to coordinate the placement of the art with the location of chairs, tables, sofas, etc.
As a leading provider of pedestal stands, Pedestal Source can provide expert guidance regarding how to display art in a room. Contact us for more helpful art placement tips today.