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Are you experiencing the seven year itch?? Do you just not feel quite the same way about a painting in your collection the way you used to?

art, Art Owners, art world demystified, buying art, interior design, selling art

Sheelah Moloney

HeartBreak

Shrug off the lazy days of Summer and freshen up your interior decor with art for the new season

Art Owners, buying art, interior design

Sheelah Moloney

New look

Choosing the right artworks for your home can be difficult but using your family ‘s individuality is a great way to identify the right pieces

Art Owners, art world demystified, buying art, interior design

Sheelah Moloney

Choose bY family eTHOS

Art shopping can seem daunting. Even for the very experienced of us. So, in this series of CHOOSE blog posts I’m going to explore some different ways that you can approach the exciting journey that is art selection.

Art Owners, art world demystified, buying art, interior design

Sheelah Moloney

Choose By Colour

A look at how art actually speaks for itself without the help of complicated art speak from the perspective of an art historian and curator

art world demystified, artists, buying art

Sheelah Moloney

ART SPEAK

We all know the heady feeling of falling in love in the sun. Don’t let the heat get the better of you when you fall in love with art on holidays this year. Keep these 3 top tips in mind …

Art Owners, buying art, holidays, Uncategorized

Sheelah Moloney

Holiday romance

Rainbow Connection – The Power of Colour & How To Harness It

buying art, interior design

Sheelah Moloney

rainbow connection

ABOUT WHY ART IS IMPORTANT In the art world there is a special buzz at this time of the year. The reveal of collections by new artists at the graduate exhibitions in the country’s art colleges create an irresistible sense of excitement. These exhibitions form the content of the Autumn schedules at local galleries and […]

Art Owners, art world demystified, artists, buying art

Sheelah Moloney

For Art’s sake