Art Posts – an appraisal and praise

Following the appearance of an Art Post at The Holburne Museum in Bath I received the following words.

“Installing an exhibition in a museum gallery full of 18th Century paintings, where walls are inaccessible and everything needs to be free standing is no easy task. An exhibiting artist suggested trying out an Art Post to hang a large oil painting. My original plan had been to try an easel, but tripod legs are not a great idea in a busy gallery and I was worried the easel would fall and hit the paintings on the wall. When the art post arrived I was very impressed with the design in terms of how it functioned and the superior quality of the overall appearance and finish. The post was installed in 10 minutes with easy to use instructions. There was no risk of the post tipping over with the sturdy metal base. I would recommend art posts to anyone struggling to hang work in a space where no walls are available! You can even hang multiple works on both side to maximise space. We will definitely be using these again!”

Laura Bridges, Holburne Museum.

 

Art Post at Holburne Museum, strong and stable.

Art Post at Holburne Museum, strong and stable.

Art Post at Holburne Museum with a painting, 'Seventeen' by Richard Twose, Oil on canvas, 2017.

Art Post at Holburne Museum. Artwork: ‘Seventeen’ by Richard Twose, Oil on canvas, 2017.

A big thank you to Laura Bridges of The Holburne Museum in Bath for her comments.

The Holburne Museum

To find out more about Art Post go the website www.art-post.co.uk

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2 responses to “Art Posts – an appraisal and praise

  1. Hi Stuart, I have forwarded the post review to painters whom I know.

    Debs

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