Officially Teaching TAID During Dallas Design Week!

Photo taken by Cindi Cagle, ASID of the Texas Chapter ASID Board of Directors Photoshoot at Artistic Transfer Showroom

Our publishing and production business model grants us with the opportunity to work with award-winning creative-minds whose backgrounds range from painting to designing to even building artwork. Our continuous research and development derives from a melody of careful attention to art laws regarding legal compliance, safety and longevity and our print material, which enriches the value and exclusivity in the investment made from the modern conscious consumers and collectors. 

Many home décor products today are made for only temporary use causing the average consumer to buy and replace products routinely, often caused by the purchase of work that has been made with lower quality materials. 

A majority of consumers – even industry professionals, confuse limited edition prints as depreciative purchases to be discarded. In 2018, the EPA reported that an average of 9.8 million tons of furniture accumulate in landfills per year. In an effort to decrease that statistic,Artistic Transfer’s Artist Limited Edition *giclées are crafted far above consumer-grade standards, and are worthy of museum-quality for preservation and continuous appreciation. 

All *giclées are hand crafted to perfection with only the finest materials in the US. The attention to detail and quality of their creations offer exclusive products that only a few collectors and corporations can appreciate. With a similar sense of “good taste”, those of whom can spend the additional cost, without breaking their budget can proudly exemplify their fine art investment. The potential to enjoy the artwork exceeds beyond a lifetime and offers the opportunity to deed down the giclées to the next generation or in fact, give to a charitable organization for tax benefits.

Ask a member of Artistic Transfer Sales Staff for more information.

For interior designers and architects, the importance of fire and health codes is imperative to the successful completion of their work. Since regulations differ from consumer (residential) and commercial grade manufacturing, we provide a first class finished product fit for all industry professionals who can then educate clients of the health, safety, and sustainability of product advantages to bear the best economic impact for a family or Fortune 500 company. We offer these services and more as our goal is to build long-lasting relationships fostering loyalty, recognition, and customer experience. Of course, the aesthetic appeal is an added bonus! 

Photo taken and edited by Artistic Transfer of ASID Board of Directors from left to right:     
FINANCIAL DIRECTOR, Kimberly Barrow, ASID Industry Partner Representative       
PRESIDENT, Julie Reynolds, ASID, RID

Our careful attention to detail and commitment to high quality products has created a web of healthy and mutually beneficial relationships, some of those being with the ASID. Partnering with TAID has given us a variety of opportunities, one of those being the chance to teach at the Dallas Design Week occurring on September 24th. This accredited class will be exclusively for TAID (Texas Association for Interior Design), AIA (American Institute of Architects), and IIDA (International Interior Design Association) members.  

As a result, we are now the perceived official fine art leader in the metroplex and are excited to share our knowledge, vision and quality to the market! 

Class registration will be available soon! *TAID, AIA, IIDA Members ONLY.

*Giclee (pronounced zhee-‘clay) is the first and only fine art print to be made with an ink jet printer. The word comes from the French, meaning to spray, which is exactly what an ink jet printer does. The quality of a giclee print is far superior to all other forms of printing. 


Artistic Transfer is expanding! Our new third showroom here at the World Trade Center is now opening for major events and surprise guests. The Best Kept Secret at the World Trade Center is getting more intriguing. We are planning mini events every other week and major ones every month with hundreds of million dollars of original famous art as well as major celebrities exhibiting their art. 

Keep checking this website for more details soon!

Award-Winning Exhibitor at Dallas Market – World Trade Center!

Artistic Transfer won Best Visual Presentation amongst hundreds of other exhibitors during June Total Home and Gift Market at the Dallas Market Center (World Trade Center)! We want to give a special thanks to the artists that volunteered and painted live!

Christina Yeilding A.K.A Art by C.D.Y

Henrietta and her son Rome Milan

Fran Di Giacomo

Gregory Brown

Jennifer McRorey

Patricia Wilson

Aileen Collins

We’re so thankful for the incredible support from all the artists who rocked the booth on 6th floor down to the 5th floor in suite 555! We invite all our artists to participate to do live painting and gain priceless exposure to the buyers, business owners, and designers who attend market. This is one of many opportunities Artistic Transfer is offering to expand the reach and value of every artist.

Special thanks also goes to our Director of Sales, Tal Milan for bringing his vibrant mother Henrietta and charismatic brother Rome Milan to paint live during Total Home & Gift Market! Thank you all for making market unfortgettable!

Tal Milan and Lillian Powell standing by the Christina Yeilding’s painting “Eyes of the Stars” and our “Best Visual Presentation” award.

Christina Yeilding A.K.A @artbycdy is famously known for her live energetic paintings as she did three days in a row! She created her stunning peacock on her custom signature built wooden frame. As she tuned into her frame, every movement she made had to be calculated without the use of any paintbrushes. “Eyes of the Stars” will be donated to The Warren Center to benefit children with development differences and a portion of every limited edition sold will contribute towards the non-profit organization.

While the @kimbellartmuseum was showcasing this summer’s Monet Exhibition, Artistic Transfer had a miniature version with these two renowned impressionist pallet knife painters. We are so proud to showcase these two legendary artists who are famously known all over Fort Worth! Having painted in their award-winning family-owned @milangallery for decades, Tal Milan, the only non-painter in the family has showcased other artists such as Peter Max, Jane Seymour, George Jones, Vladimir Gorskey.. just to name a few. 
The two original paintings are now ready for purchase and limited editions are available! 
The oil paint should be dry by now! 😉

For purchasing inquiries, please call 512-253-4421 Ext 111

Henrietta and Rome have exhibited all over the world! Market attendees had an a truly unique experience seeing a mother and son painting side by side while the tunes of The Beatles played at Rome’s request.

We thank everyone who attended and the Milan family as we look forward to more artists painting live during @dallasmarketcenter events in the future!

Best Middle Man for the Art and Design Community

Written By: Lillian Powell, Director of Operations 

Thank you to all who could make our event!

We recently acquired dozens of amazing artists and invested long hours to curate artworks in addition to all the last-minute details before the event and had a phenomenal turn out and overwhelming success! In less than 24 hours after the seminar, we already started to work with our newly engaged clients on various projects!

Whether you were able to attend or not, Artistic Transfer has a surplus of qualified leads to interior designers and decorators from various vertical markets that are actively looking for art décor.

For interest in becoming a part-time or full-time sales executive please email us at:

We were so fortunate to have had spectacular weather to contribute to our turnout! Unfortunately, as soon as seats stated filling up, Tal Milan announced the Notre-Dame Cathedral was engulfed in flames. The noted fine art veteran of Milan Galleries in Fort Worth pointed out that our proprietary Image Capture technology would have fundamentally saved the timeless lost treasures of our past to be replicated in a clone-like reproduction.

Setara Monzon’s gorgeous first limited edition of “Indigo Gold ” was a jaw-dropper! This photo of the side-by-side comparison between the 7×5 original and 24×36 giclée was taken moments after being printed.
Shifting the mood to a new light with New Technologies in Fine Art, we quickly attracted the attention of all Interior designers, decorators, home stagers, and other miscellaneous fine art fanatics who filled up suite 555 to gain a deeper insight and appreciation for what the brilliant problem-solvers behind Artistic Transfer are accomplishing in the fine art and design communities.

Event Testimonials

“On 4/15/19/, I had the opportunity the attend a presentation by Artistic transfer. A variety of Artistic Transfer clients heard a review of technical innovations and improvements available to make their services, not only unique, but available. As an artist, I was there as a guest. The presentation was precise and complete. I’ve never seen an audience so captivated… You all held their attention so well!,” – Dr. Don Matheson, Artistic Transfer Artist.

“What a great presentation! We learned a lot and look forward to more seminars to attend in the Future!” Anonymous Interior Designer.

Why We’re Becoming Your Best Middle Man

An array of topics covered included the essential building blocks that ASID (American Society of Interior Design) stands on, striving to make interior environments safer, durable, healthy, and sustainable. The four elements are exactly Artistic Transfer’s preexisting ingredients to execute a marketing plan not simply to one but ALL vertical markets.

For example, a medical offices or hospital needing safe substrates that could protect the welfare of the patients, or a corporate office needing limited edition giclées on canvas to withstand transitional trends over a long period of time without color-shifting or fading. In retrospect to the mass-produced, open-edition and short-lifespan of other printers, the additional cost spent for the highest-grade materials in all our products to extend durability and longevity is a game-changing choice!

One of the core values that Artistic Transfer strives to overcome is the beliefs in the market about print reproductions. Galleries became less than enthusiastic about prints when emerging digital technology emerged, it was inconsistent quality and materials. Educating collectors was difficult, and artists just want to paint and see their images reproduced as accurately as possible to the original. From emerging and mid-career to master painters and established artists, we stand by our quality to ensure our clients and collectors appreciation in their investment to uphold a continuous rise in market value.

Our goal for our artists and designers is to gracefully and respectfully transition their brand into giclées. After all, there is a science to offering a variety of sizes and prices for what the market wants and can bear, which is the underlying reason for fine art giclées in the first place!

While many people are clueless when it comes to picking out art much less the provenance and major tax benefits, our mission is to slowly but surely shift the markets’ perception of fine art-print making and what it can do for one’s financial portfolio. At this point, you’re probably wondering,“how on earth could a copy of an original be worth anything?”. Very simple. Tax Deduction. Not only can we assist to pick out the perfect fine art collection for your home or business, we can help you better understanding of the nuances associated with acquiring art so you can more informed spending decisions for yourself or your clients. After all, furniture, flooring, or fixtures can deplete in value the minute it leaves the showroom or warehouse floor, but the art you buy from Artistic Transfer will never go down.

Call to schedule an appointment today to start making smart art decisions.

Congratulations! Kevin Megison Featured in Dallas Style and Design Magazine

What an major accomplishment to be featured in Dallas Style and Design Magazine! Kevin’s colorful abstract paintings are the perfect addition to offset every modern and contemporary home or hotel wall!

One of nine in a acrylic on watercolor collection series, Kevin Megison’s art piece, “Small Abstract #3″ was prominently featured and is now available in its original 11” x 14” size and beyond!

The essence of Kevin bold brush strokes and color pallets on large canvas masses contribute a continuous flow of powerful energy in a room promoting positive rhythm and momentum every modern contemporary surrounding space would need.

Artistic Transfer looks forward to seeing his continued success and impact in the fine art and interior design community. For more details and information on Kevin’s Megison’s fine art limited edition giclées on canvas, metal, acrylic, and paper, please visit:

Read and an introspective interview about Kevin Megison:

Victoria Moore Participating In Yellow Rose Gala 2019!

20″ X 20″ 
AP1 / 300  (Artist Proof)

Beyond the silent auction, the newly released YELLOW ROSE limited editions will continue to support the Yellow Rose Gala when you order from Artistic Transfer LLC. Please use the code YRG2019 and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Yellow Rose Gala foundation.

Victoria Moore is an internationally recognized and awarded fine art master painter whose subjects reflect her kaleidoscope of life experiences. Victoria’s willingness, even perhaps her preference, to go outside her own comfort zone has made her work dynamic and in constant motion towards new horizons. For over the last quarter century her paintings have pushed the boundaries of what it means to be both aesthetic and emotional. Her fans and collectors can clearly see how each canvas captures a bit of her soul and spirit, and as she battles inherited radiogenic cancers, her canvasses take on new relevance and reflections.

Ms. Moore is a founding member of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington DC, the Laguna Foundation For The Arts in California, and has supported various organizations, including award-winning service as State Ambassador for Portrait Society of America and past member of The Academy of Fine Art Foundation. Victoria is honored to have two paintings included in the permanent collection of The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum [NASM] and has received a Presidential Commission from Ronald Reagan. 

Represented locally by Tal Milan and Lillian Powell, at the Dallas World Trade Center galleries of Artistic Transfer LLC, by appointment; 512.253.4421. You can view Victoria’s diverse collection in a coffee table art-book gratis at:


Victoria Moore

Grand Opening Private Viewing!

Thank you to everyone who came out to support the Grand Opening Private Viewing at the Artistic Transfer Showroom at the World Trade Center.

We would like to extend a special thank you to Primary Purpose Financial Group, Alexandra & Associates, the @dallasmarket marketing team, and @menageatroiswines for helping us host such a wonderful celebration 🎉🖼️🥂 #ArtisticTransfer #dallasartnews #worldtradecenter