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Image: Prints by Victoria Cowan at Brant St. Condominium, Toronto. Photo by Maria Luiza Campos, 2016.

Corporate Services

Are you:

• looking to update the look of your office?
• starting a corporate art collection?
• Or recognizing milestones in an employee’s career?

We are here to help! The Open Studio Print Sales Gallery provides comprehensive fine art services with
wide selection of original artwork suitable for all occasions. As a non-profit, charitable printmaking centre,
proceeds of your purchase support Open Studio and its programs.

WE OFFER:

Professional Consultation in Art Selection
Our Print Sales Manager will work with you to select the ideal artworks for your needs and within budget.
Our inventory provides a wide range of original prints by over 150 artists. No matter what your size, budget
or style, we have the artwork to suit your request, offering professional consultation.

Custom Framing
The Open Studio Print Sales Gallery is pleased to frame any artwork you choose. Our Print Sales Manager
will walk you through the process as you choose your frame moulding, mat colour and the styles (from
traditional to contemporary) that will suit your taste and décor.

Corporate gifts
Original artwork is a great way to thank an employee for their tireless contributions to your organization or
to give as a retirement present. Open Studio also offers art commission services should you wish to create
a customized artwork for your organization by one of the artists we represent.

Delivery & Installation
We would be pleased to arrange for the delivery and installation of the work – all you need to do is to let us
know where you’d like it!

Browse through our Print Sales Gallery online, or contact the Print Sales Manager for an appointment in person.
Not sure what to buy? We also offer gift cards so that your employee or client can select their own work!

Image: Prints by Victoria Cowan at Brant St. Condominium, Toronto. Photo by Maria Luiza Campos, 2016.

Check out this article from The Guardian on art in the workplace.