Correct Height when Hanging Art – Blacklist Prints

Correct Height when Hanging Art – Blacklist Prints


Correct Height when Hanging Art – Blacklist Prints I love that art, i think it’s really strong very cool, very contemporary, my first
issue in this room is that it’s too high you walk
over to the the artwork and you want to see the
textures you want to see the detail in there even if it’s an abstract like that and you can’t. So what’s the rule of thumb for hanging artwork, is it eye level. Eye level for the middle of the artwork always and neal here we have hotel
suite number 12 and another black room I mean I walk in here and immediately
this room feels oppressive but that is the biggest worry what were they thinking it makes no sense andrew dell one of
the most celebrated artists Australia famed for this exquisite and detailed work detail that you just don’t see from this point Tangail dell is watching this
show she’s thinking no, that’s not the room
that I had in mind for my artwork I imagine she is pouring herself a very
stiff drink at this moment where should they have started? I think you put the art absolutely where you want it to be and
then you build the room around it right now our styled mystro have no idea that the teams have taken all their
styling tips and chucked them out the window the brief to the contestants was to
create the best worst room ever oh boy where do you start at the
Benton challenge Neal was very serious when he talk about hanging his artwork at eye level. Artwork should always be positioned at eye level otherwise you can’t engage with it. We kept saying about how everything should be at eyeline, eyeline, eyeline, your mirror and
your art they have really ignore that yeah perfect. it’s bordering on the worse
room I’ve ever seen in my life well hang on. that’s good because I know
that’s exactly what they want it to be www.blacklistprints.com.au

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