BURBANK, Calif.–After debuting at the summer shows, Metal Perspectives will make its first appearance at High Point Market along with 25 never-before-seen pieces, for an initial collection launch of 75 wall decor items.
Metal Perspectives, the new offspring of metal decor company Artisan House, offers artwork using metal and other materials retailing at affordable prices. The line is comprised of abstract and contemporary pieces designed by artists in the United States and Europe; items will retail between $118 and $299. In High Point it will show in the IHFC’s Pavilions on 3, M305A.
“Based on our experience, we were aware of an untapped niche where affordable metal wall art meets high quality materials,” said John Shilling, president of Metal Perspectives and parent company, C.
Jeré by Artisan House. “Metal Perspectives’ performance since its July launch has proven that we’ve been able to create something to fill that gap in the marketplace. We are thrilled about bringing this line to High Point to both share with our current customers and also reach an entirely new clientele.”
New items include Aperture, a vertical piece that features hand-painted circles in warm tones of gold, brown and brass alongside cool silver tones. It has an MSRP of $259.