Each morning we login to the ratings and review workbench to examine the newest customer reviews of our artwork. This one caught our attention.
Overall Rating: 5 stars
Quality: 5 stars
Value: 5 stars
Ease of Installation: 5 stars
True to Color: 5 stars
Would you recommend this to a friend?: Absolutely
Review Title: Products from Gallery Direct look like original works of art
I purchased Mountain High II by Sylvia Angeli to go with Mountain High I, which I purchased earlier. I used them in a showroom at High Point Furniture Market. They looked fantastic and many of their customers asked where the artwork came from. They thought they were original oil paintings.
The High Point Market [formerly called the International Home Furnishings Market] in North Carolina is one of the oldest and largest trade shows of its kind. The “market” as it’s called in the trade brings together suppliers and buyers of anything you can think of that might be found in a furniture store: couches, tables, bedding, rugs, lamps, etc. You can even purchase art, too. This show is not open to the public, only qualified buyers and sellers may attend. The show itself is millions of square feet, encompassing several downtown blocks of High Point, North Carolina. Fascinating.
So when we read a review from a woman, who purchased art from Gallery Direct, not to re-sell, but to dress up a showroom we are very flattered [we’re assuming she is an interior designer]. Moreover, when she ends the review stating customers, “buyers,” mistook our limited editions as original artwork, we consider that high praise indeed. I’ve known some buyers in the past, and they are paid to be discerning, looking for the items, which will bring value to their clientele. Their job is to recognize craftsmanship, aesthetic value, and quality.
Thank you. You’ve made this American fine art company’s day. Hope you had a good market!