Artwork from various ADO artists dressed the sets of CBS’s, “Why Women Kill.”
Meet Whitney Rosenson of Art Dimensions Online in The Valley. Art Dimensions was started by my mother as an art rental and sales gallery, and when she passed away I acquired the business. That was in 1998. There were approximately 40 artists on the Art Dimensions roster and paintings, prints and sculpture were the only…
Art is a stunning way to dress up any room. But ﬁne art can be expensive. And what if your tastes are constantly calling for something new to decorate your space? Look no more, because Art Dimensions Online has the solution. Art Dimensions Online specializes in the leasing of contemporary art of various media including painting, print, sculpture and photography.
“Residence II” is curated by Art Dimensions Online, and in addition to Dill, the popup includes quirky and expressive drawings and screenprints by Christina Hale, selections from travel portfolios by award-winning photographer Brian Hodges and nuanced, rarely seen, emotionally inflected paintings on paper by the late Dave Zarick. With portraiture, landscape and abstraction all exerting aesthetic pull, the larger surprise is the strength of the connections between the works.
ART FOR RENT! Why not flirt with different artistic aesthetics without the long term investment? Ventura Blvd Magazine: Check out ADI in the Feb/March 2015 Issue of Ventura Blvd magazine.
Why not add your own art? Art Dimensions Inc. featured in Martha Stewart Weddings! Here’s a unique wedding gift idea. Help your favorite couple start their own contemporary art collection and “test drive” a work or works of art at affordable prices.
September 30, 2013, Features Lease-Wise Can’t decide what to buy? Do your tastes change so often you find that six months down the road you’ve grown tired of the art on your walls? Leasing art has become an attractive alternative to outright purchasing. We talked to expert Whitney Rosenson about this growing trend. While the…
Robert Toll’s seated steel figure, “Escape” was leased for the television show, “2 Broke Girls.” The sculpture was featured in the art gallery scene of a December, 2011 episode.
Three of Carlo Marcucci’s wall sculptures were leased by set decorators at Disney Studios for the film, “G-Force.” His artwork can be seen in the saber study scene.
Rose Masterpol’s piece, “Spaces” can be seen in the film, “Ocean’s 13.” Her oil painting is hanging on the wall behind the seated actors.