James and Debra Ferrari have been working with hospitality designers, interior designers, architects, builders and private clients for 18 years designing and creating commissioned works of art, public art, and functional artwork.
In Art, a commission is the act of requesting the creation of a piece.
To begin, we will meet with you to discuss the work of art that you desire. Most often, we meet with you on location where the art will be installed. This allows us to see and feel the space and also the opportunity to talk to you about what you envision for your commissioned piece. We like to build a relationship- a partnership in the design and creative process with you.
We offer a wide range of skills and mediums to fit your needs. We work with you to create a custom piece that not only is unique and inspirational, but also to fit your specific size requirements.
Many often times, our clients look for years for just the right piece of art. They are looking for it to not only be be a beautiful addition to their space, but also to fit a specific size requirement or function. They often go unsuccessful, especially when it comes to finding large pieces. Designing and creating original art to work with our clients needs, while also producing inspirational works have been our specialty for many years.
If this is the first time you have commissioned art- let me walk through the steps:
First, call us at 239-246-0890 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange and appointment to meet and discuss your art needs. At this meeting, we will talk about your dimensions, desired art (paintings, sculpture, murals, hand-painted wallpapers, etc...,) architectural elements, installation date, theme, colors and budget.
After we meet, we get to work researching and designing renderings. These are small versions of the art in scale. We will show you pictures of what your commission will look like in your desired space. Thanks to photoshop and our graphic designers.
You may want to tweak or change a rendering. As an example, you may want more of one color than another. This is the beauty and advantage of a commissioned piece of art.
After a rendering is approved, a proposal/contract is sent to you to be signed and mailed along with a deposit for the commission. We will also go over your deadline for the installation and any other needs you might have. Balances are not due until the completion of the work.
Let's Collaborate and Create
Call us anytime throughout the day to make an appointment for an art consultation and meeting. We travel all over the world to meet with clients to help them with their art needs. We would love to help you.