CONNECT + INTERSECT: HOW ONE DESIGN COMPANY WORKS WITH CLEVELAND ARTISTS AND BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN ART AND DESIGN
written by Brittany Mariel Hudak
I’m excited and proud that my spouse, Andrew Reach was featured in an article written by Mariel Hudak, in the CAN Journal (Collective Arts Network) about the company she works in, 4walls, that specializes in large scale digital wall murals featuring artwork from Cleveland based artists,them among Kate Snow and Mark Thomas. an others from all over. Brittany Mariel Hudak first saw Andrew’s work at at the Maria Neil Art Project, a gallery in the Waterloo Arts district in the Collinwood neighborhood in Cleveland. where he had a solo show and approached him to license a couple of his artworks for their Level4 Digital Wall Coverings.
excerpt from article:
“While the marriage of art and design certainly comes with challenges, it doesn’t have to be a rocky relationship. The Cleveland-based wallcovering company, 4walls, regularly sources local art to use in designs for commercial contract wallcoverings. The company’s belief is that making use of local resources can be mutually beneficial. Serving as a liaison between the artists and designers, I see both sides–and that great things can happen when these two fields intersect.”
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