Call for Northwest artists!

01 Jul Call for Northwest artists!

Are you a Northwest artist with one of these ABCs?

If “yes” then Chris Pero Design may have a job for you. We are looking for new artists to represent to our clients for potential purchase and place, commissioned works and even an opportunity to show in our gallery space. We do ask that the artists we work with are timely and communicative as well as can keep a lid on a project in process until the client is ready for their full reveal. We’re not looking for anyone who wants to undersell an art consultant – we are in this work together for the benefit of all and like to keep our partnerships authentic.

We are looking for some specific work related to ongoing projects in the following areas:

  1. Work that represents our home in the Pacific Northwest, particularly the Portland Metro area leading out to the Gorge — especially if you have a new way of telling that story
  2. Metal work and sculptures
  3. Glass work — architectural and fine art
  4. Works that can be hung from the ceiling

Sound like you? Have a portfolio of previously commissioned work? Even better! Simply email chris@chrisperodesign.com with “NEW ARTIST SUBMISSION” in the subject line and attached examples or links to your work.

We look forward to meeting you!

A sample of some of the artists we represent:

Sarah Law is a rock and roll photographer.  She loves photographing fun crowds and cool people.  We have used her work in urban buildings to draw hip tenants.  This is a “rec room” at the Hue in Seattle  and the color collage is above the pool table there.

Sarah Law 1Sarah Law 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jerome Hart is a Portland photographer who digitally enhances his photos.  This is in the lobby and restaurant at the Holiday Inn by Portland Airport.

Jerome Hart 2Jerome Hart 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tim Lundholm is a contemporary artist doing  charcoal drawings of urban landscapes.

This abstract work is by Tim Lundholm, commissioned a Commercial Real Estate group to draw tenants to their newly renovated suburban space. After visiting the space Tim felt inspired by the artist Piet Mondrian.  When we met with the designers and client,   He said that was his inspiration right away.

This abstract work is by Tim Lundholm, commissioned a Commercial Real Estate group to draw tenants to their newly renovated suburban space. After visiting the space Tim felt inspired by the artist Piet Mondrian. When we met with the designers and client, He said that was his inspiration right away.

Tim Lundholm charcol

Chris Pero
chris@chrisperodesign.com