is true unto itself ... no individual piece can be replicated
through craft or circumstance ... not even by its creators ...
created by Canadian Artists and fashioned in the
tradition of passionate Decorative Art with the emphasis on depth of
expression, functionality and intrinsic
value ... a child of "the creative process" — each piece is a
Rare Find ... one-of-one (1/1) yet, surprisingly
Lease from $ 29.95
mo., or perhaps, Lease-To-Own or Purchase ...
ArtFloor interprets its own persona and
charisma ... created from scratch each work requires
creative processes that draw on a wealth of constructive
skill, sincere artistic talent and an enthusiastic team
ArtFloor is functional. It is
of significant advantage to consider its Intrinsic Value,
one that does not hinge on the reputation or accessibility
or affordability of
the artist nor, 'ownership' of the original work
nor, on how many so-called Limited Editions or
'spin-offs' produced. ArtFloor is, by design, Sociable Art ... it is more
recession-proof than modern wall-oriented Visual Art ... in a
Wall-Less Society. ArtFloor is Soulful Art , furniture that is convertible
to a multitude of uses. Consider ArtFloor (with
legs) for use as an ArtTable for meeting,
conference or dining room.
ArtTable as a reception or wine presentation table, executive
desk or island counter top .. or, use ArtFloor as a Definitive Inset in a grand floor in a foyer
or reception area. Lastly, as a 'last resort', use
ArtFloor in the traditional fashion of wall-oriented
visual Art ... mount it on a Focus Wall in
Residential, Institutional, Corporate and
Hospitality ( R.I.C.H.™) Environments.
ArtFloor is portable ...
being of Uni-Body Construction
... this is grand news for people who want to
experience Art in their daily lives at home, the
cottage or at the office.
Standard 5' X 9' Rock-Solid, Portable, ArtFloors are now available.
Other Sizes, Styles and Colours are Made-to-Order, or,
consider having your existing 'large-format' wall-oriented canvas
converted into a
rock-solid ArtFloor 'area rug' or 'foyer runner'!