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CORPORATE ART RENTALS

 

 

A WELL-DESIGNED ENVIRONMENT IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS A FUNCTIONAL ONE

Floral Image Art can add style to any room. Our beautiful floral inspired acrylic art will leave a lasting impression on both the employees who see it day after day, and on clients who visit either once or frequently.

Place our Floral Image Art in meeting areas to stimulate conversation, in the foyer to welcome clients, a well-travelled hallway or even the lunch room. The options are endless!

Floral Image Art delivers more than just improved aesthetics in the workplace.

Changed Quarterly

Our friendly local team will visit and change the art in your workplace every quarter to ensure your business’s image is kept fresh.

Affordable

Renting art can transform your workplace for a fraction of the price of purchasing artwork.

Award winning images

Internationally renowned photographer, Bronwen Key is the award winning photographer behind the beautiful images seen in the Floral Image Art collection.

No fuss

We understand how precious your time is so we deliver and install as part of our service.

 
 

 
 

HOW TO RENT YOUR ARTWORK

STEP 1:
Arrange an appointment

We’ll come to you to discuss your needs and show you a selection of our beautiful artwork. Or you can send us photos of your space, descriptions of colour schemes and floor plans and we can make recommendations for you.

STEP 2:
Approve the rental agreement

Simply email us the approved agreement. Our Corporate Art Rentals have a minimum 3 month contract.

STEP 3:
Installation

We’ll deliver and install the artwork for you. It’s as easy as that!

Corporate Art Rentals are available in South Australia. Contact us today and fill your business with style that lasts.

Michael Clauss | 0499 690 050

 
 

 

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WHERE COLOUR MEETS YOUR SENSES

Bronwen Key is the award winning photographer behind the beautiful images seen in the Floral Image Art collection. Bronwen is passionate about botanical photography and understands the benefits of colour and art in the workplace – increased creativity, elevated productivity, reduced stress, broadened employee appreciation and enhanced morale. Art not only improves the environment, but increases quality of life, builds relationships and leads to networking opportunities.

“Botanical photography isn’t just images of flowers in gardens. It’s about blasts of colour and mixes of textures and shapes. When I take a photograph, my aim is to make the viewer look twice and question if it’s actually a photograph they are looking at or has another medium used.  I don’t apply special effects to my botanical images, what you see is what was taken with my camera.  It literally is painting with flowers.

Over the last few years my work has won a number of awards in international photography competitions and to my delight in particular, I achieved 3 awards in the International Garden Photographer of the Year.  The competition has over 24,000 entrants worldwide and is the world’s premier competition and exhibition specialising in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography and is run in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, United Kingdom.  With this in mind, my main speciality has become botanical imagery although I also thoroughly enjoy taking land and seascape images whenever I get the chance.

I use a variety of lenses for my work but the majority of my botanical images are taken with a lens called a Lensbaby Velvet 56. The day I decided to purchase one of these lenses and attached to my camera, is the day my botanical photography took a giant step in a different direction and I became addicted to the different types of images that I could create with one lens. Suddenly my work had a real signature style and a point of difference to the standard macro photography I had been taking up to that point.  With this type of photography, I believe that what is in the background is almost just as important as the actual flower or plant that I am taking a photograph of.  Every image that I take is with the goal of mastering a magical result where shapes are twisted in and out of focus within hazes of colour and the results are magical and often abstract.​”

INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS
• Commended, Project, International Garden Photographer of the Year 2010
• Finalist, Gardens in Focus, International Photography Competition 2014
• Bronze Medal, Black & White, Sydney Harbour International Photography Competition 2016
• Finalist, Spring Into Life Project, International Garden Photographer of the Year 2013

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