Reception Space

Show your visitors something that does not only communicate the vision, brand and culture of your institution, but it also challenges their thought process. Embellish the walls of your reception area with evoking original artwork prints to keep the mind of your staff and office visitors awake while they wait for their appointed time to go in. Shop from this vast array of paintings, drawings and sculptures that would be welcoming to your guest.

26 Item(s)

  • Broadleaf with Japanese Vase

    Broadleaf with Japanese Vase

    Japanese vase from pre-WW2 purchased in London, Wo

    $2,400.00
  • Porcelain

    Porcelain

    Japanese vase from pre-WW2 purchased in London, Wh

    $6,000.00
  • Psychedelic Octopus - Blue

    Psychedelic Octopus - Blue

    The fantastic world of animals. When I was a kid I

    $385.00
  • Memory of Santorini 2

    Memory of Santorini 2

    When, in my holidays, I go to visit a seaside town

    $440.00
  • The Cities of the Moon

    The Cities of the Moon

    A map is an imprint, a sign of man in the landscap

    $315.00
  • The Shallows

    The Shallows

    Where the heavy rocks meet the shoreline on Georgi

    $3,500.00
  • Northern Thames

    Northern Thames

    Thames river is calmly meandering through the coun

    $3,150.00
  • Going There

    Going There

    Backroad leading to somewhere unknown.

    $2,400.00
  • Rains End

    Rains End

    Reflective puddles left behind after a heavy rain.

    $3,000.00
  • Down Stream

    Down Stream

    Fallen down tree over a steam after a storm.

    $2,100.00
  • Last Century

    Last Century

    Old farm house near the end of winter.

    $3,150.00
  • Reaching Out

    Reaching Out

    Old textured trees in the foreground with reflecti

    $3,500.00
  • Last Stance

    Last Stance

    Melting snow in the last days of March out in the

    $3,150.00
  • First Light

    First Light

    Early morning sunlight shining on the snow covered

    $3,500.00
  • Mysterious Windows

    Mysterious Windows

    Two intriguing mysterious windows on the side of a

    $2,900.00
  • Tree

    Tree

    Tree is the obvious symbol of life, firmness, assu

    $900.00
  • Lilies. Sunset

    Lilies. Sunset

    The cyclus Water lilies includes 5 works with thes

    $950.00
  • Blessing

    Blessing

    Relief of paper mounted on canvas.

    $3,200.00
  • Dunes

    Dunes

    oil on canvas

    $6,350.00
  • Forest

    Forest

    An original oil on canvas painting

    $750.00
  • House by the sea No 1

    House by the sea No 1

    The quality and the feeling of a painting on canva

    $250.00
  • A Day in May

    A Day in May

    oil on canvas

    $5,720.00
  • Decorative Panel (12 Pieces)

    Decorative Panel (12 Pieces)

    Decorative Panel consists of 12 pieces, and each o

    $3,600.00
  • San Agustin Church Entrance

    San Agustin Church Entrance

    This is the main entrance to the San Agustin Churc

    $1,755.00
  • Calabernardo Sea Museum

    Calabernardo Sea Museum

    Calabernardo sea museum painted on the location by

    $300.00
  • Main image

    Bouquet of Light Pink Tulips

    Oil painting with heavy texture detail. Palette kn

    $484.00

Original Art for Lobby Space

Art is a fantastic way to make a first impression. It can say things that you couldn’t or wouldn’t say in words. This is especially important when you’re decorating a reception room. When guests come to visit your office, it’s worth doing all that you can to make a certain impression. There are all sorts of things that you might want to say, especially if they are potential clients or customers that you are trying to impress. Well-chosen art can convey your message to you, so take the time to choose wisely.


Inspire Your Visitors

Don’t just settle for artwork that is bland, choose artwork that will inspire emotion in your visitors. Every minute they spend in your reception room they will be looking around, taking in the scenery, and silently forming an opinion about you and your organisation. This is an opportunity that you shouldn’t pass up, take the time to figure out what you want them to think about you. If you want to inspire them with classic professionalism, then black and white imagery and images of machinery and city scenes will help to set an imposing tone. However, if you want to lighten the mood and inspire positivity and hopefulness, then lighter colours and natural scenes can put them in a very different state of mind. All sorts of moods are possible, start by figuring out what feeling you wish to create and then find the perfect piece of artwork to inspire that mood in your guests.


Think Big; Go Big

If you want to impress those who enter your reception room, then one easy way to do this is by purchasing larger pieces of art. There is something about a large piece of artwork that can inspire feelings of awe and respect. It’s why you have to see certain art pieces in person, the Sistine Chapel is impressive in a textbook, but it can bring you to your knees when you stand under it in person and witness its full glory. You might not be able to hire Michelangelo to paint the ceiling of your reception, but today large paintings and relief sculptures for your wall are more affordable than ever.

Look Into Sculpture

Receptions with open space could usually benefit from a sculpture. It doesn’t need to be anything big, but in general, a quality sculpture can help to set your reception apart from most. If you don’t have room for anything bulky, then consider a relief sculpture or a mixed media sculpture that could be hung on the wall. These don’t take much more room than a painting but create a unique look and feel.


Reception Space
Minimal Price: $80.00