Ice and Warmth
oil on canvas
48 x 48
by John Lintott
Providing Clients With:
Visual Arts Consultant
313 W. Second Ave.
Denver, CO 80223
303-722-8676 - voice
303-733-3636 - fax
Hilary DePolo has successfully provided
art consulting and art asset management to a broad variety of clients
and Fortune 500 Companies.
monotype 36 x 72 by Gary Paller
Cisco Systems, Inc.
|Cisco Systems is a
large multinational firm specializing in networking and
telecommunications technology. Their goal is to be on the
forward edge of their field...
Overland Park, KS reception seating featuring:
42 x 62
by Douglass Freed
and our goal as
their art consultant was to provide that image to their clients.
It has also been important to Cisco that each
of their regional field offices be given a local flavor. Each
office showcases artists from the immediate region. We do the
initial research on the internet. After the field is narrowed,
we go to that specific region or city to meet the artists and
see their work in person.
The framing is contracted to local vendors and
we maintain management of the project as a whole.
Primarily, we work remotely using floor plans
and color boards provided to us by the interior architects.
[Hilary and her team] bring the skills and
talent which has helped me to build an art program that is not
only stunning in its beauty but reflects the passion that Cisco
as a corporation applies to the design/installation of our field
sales offices. Hilary and her team are trusted members of our
-Ms. Melissa Allen
Manager Workplace Resources
Santa Clara, CA workstation area featuring:
Back and Forth
fused glass tiles
9 ½ x 9 ½
by Deborah Wayne
Colorado Capital Bank
Colorado Capital Bank is a rapidly growing firm with operations
throughout Colorado. In each of their branches, we have
consistently utilized local artists whose work reflects the
landscape and cultural flavor of Colorado.
Cherry Creek, CO executive reception seating
Denver Lunar Skyline
by Stephen McSpadden
While this client chooses to impress with
original, often commissioned, artworks in their lobbies and
conference rooms, they are able to utilize their budget
efficiently with photography by Colorado artists
detail of Clay Contour Series
Cherry Creek, CO executive
Clay Contour Series
ceramic wall sculptures
17 x 15 x 3 (each)
by Janey Skeer
in each of their manager offices. This is a very
client-specific application. Each officer is asked to select a
piece, thus personalizing their work space.
We believe this type of personalization is
necessary in order to create an office that customers and
Client contact boardroom featuring:
river sediment suspended on linen
78 x 78 (24 x 24 each)
by Mario Reis
|Arcadis is a
multinational environmental engineering firm. It was our task to
bring them artwork selections that deal with the interactions of
humans and their environment. Arcadis is an example of a company
whose theme was very specific and whose art collection is very
diverse in terms of artists techniques and materials.
Especially fitting to Arcadis water reclamation projects are
Natural Watercolors by Mario Reis (left). Each piece was created
by floating a frame stretched with linen in various rivers of
the western United States. The linen was left in the river
anywhere between a few hours to a few days, after which it was
carefully removed. The sediment collected on the linen is
displayed in a grid.
Executive hallway featuring:
Nature Made vs. Man Made Series
16 x 16
by Bonnie Lhotka
As one passes the piece pictured above, the image shifts from
the bird on the left to the water treatment pools on the right.
The questions that the piece evokes, concerning our use of and
dependence upon Nature, are hard to ignore.
Pendleton, Friedberg, Wilson & Hennessey P.C.
This well established law firm, located in
downtown Denver, is an excellent example of
a client updating their office by reframing
existing artworks. In so doing, they have
retained budget dollars to purchase stunning
additions to their collection. To the right
are photographs of children from around the
world by California photographer, Andy Katz.
We reframed the photographs, making them
more in line with the interior theme of the
new office. We chose simple frames and
matboards to reflect the clean, professional
look of the interior elements and to place
emphasis on the photographs themselves.
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84 x 28 x
by Ross Neder
International Conference Room featuring:
Children Around the World Series
approximately 11 x 14 each
by Andy Katz
These stunning blown glass pieces (left), by
Arizona artist Ross Neder, were chosen for
the reception seating area because of their
inviting warmth and soft glow.
Reception desk featuring:
The Other Side of Sunset
mixed media on canvas
48 x 60
by Marlene Grant
Above, is a rich, abstracted landscape, by
Portland artist Marlene Grant. Placed behind
the reception desk, it repeats the theme,
color, and powerful expression of the glass
by Ross Neder.