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:     
 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR, Joyce Bryant, Allied ASID, RID
FINANCIAL DIRECTOR, Kimberly Barrow, ASID Industry Partner Representative       
PRESIDENT, Julie Reynolds, ASID, RID
PRESIDENT-ELECT, Lisa Barron, ASID, RID
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, Jessica Wilhelm Mason, Allied ASID
      COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, Teresa McKinney Morgan, ASID
DIRECTOR AT LARGE, Sheryl Beck, Allied 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. 

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