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Virtual Placement
virtual placement INTRODUCTION

browngrotta arts offers curators, designers, architects and art consultants "virtual placement" in which a particular work of art can be digitally installed into an available image of an existing or proposed location. Through this process, color-corrected images of work are digitally "installed" to scale, complete with shadow.
See this process as it unfolds by clicking each of the following tabs.

STEP 1
TELL US WHAT YOU LIKE

Go through our site.Tell us what you like even what you don't like. Let us know your price range if you have one. Let us know if you are willing to commission a work.
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STEP 2
SEND US AN IMAGE

Take a picture of the space: wall, cabinet, floor, outdoors, etc. (Straight-on pictures are preferred)




    photograph wall

 

STEP 3
INCLUDE THE MEASUREMENTS

of the space you want to fill. It can help to have a reference measurement – the size of a window, a piece of furniture, a work of art or the height of a plant. We can remove any of these from the final image if you don't expect them to stay (just let us know if they are temporary).
    measure your space

 

STEP 4
WE GO TO WORK
Based on the information you've given us, we'll digitally place works that we think will be appropriate for your space. We'll show them in your space to scale and with shadow, if appropriate, to give you and your clients a clear image of just what you can expect when the piece is finally installed.

    computer placement

 

STEP 5
THE RESULTS

We send you our suggestions by e-mail as a high resolution digital pdf or by mail as a hardcopy printout. In either case, we'll include information about the artist and details about the piece.
computer placement
    proposal




 

FINAL STEP
INSTALLATION
If it looked good in the digital placement. it will only look better in real life. We'll send you information for installation. Even arrange to be available by phone during installation if we can find a mutually agreeable time.


    installation

 

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