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  • Commission an Artist
  • Interior Art Projects
  • Corporate Art Projects
  • Art Rental
  • Art For Investment
  • Art For Outdoor Installation
  • Authenticity Guarantee
  • Specialized In portrait Works
  • Care of Painting
  • Professional Framing

Commission An Artist

It is now possible to commission an artist of your choice and have a new artwork created to fit your personal specifications.

Bespoke Arts

Commissioning a work is very simple. All you have to do is give us an idea of the subject matter, style and colour combination you are looking for. We have a diverse range of artists working in different mediums and styles. Our expert team will show you works by all the artists that match your requirements. You can then select the artist of your choice and leave the rest on us!

This way commissioning allows you to purchase the perfect artwork for your home or workplace.

Payments

We request our clients to provide a 50% advance payment to get the process started. Only once you have received the artwork and are fully satisfied with it, is when we ask you to pay the balance amount. Artworks come with Authenticity Certificates signed by the artists as a proof of the artworks originality.

Interior Art Projects

Wouldn't you want to wake up to a beautiful painting in your room or wouldn't you want your guests to praise you not just for your wonderful house but also for the stunning art on your walls?

JS Art Gallery can be your one stop solution for all your art interior needs.We provide the best of original artworks to suit the needs of an Indian home. Be it a contemporary taste or a traditional modern taste, we have a diverse range of artworks

Corporate Art Projects

Here’s a fact for you. There have been many research studies, which prove that art on the walls, help improve productivity and employee performance. Alongwith generating a positive vibe, art also helps represent yourcorporate brand.
JS Art Gallery has past experience of taking large-scale corporate projects wherein we have successfully managed to fill entire corporate offices with affordable and high quality artworks.

Some of our clients include :

  • IL & FS
  • Ambey Valley Ltd
  • Ajanta Pharma
  • Sahara Hospitality
  • MotilalOswal
  • Larsen & Toubro (Finance)
  • Franklin Templeton
  • Taj Lands End and Hotel
  • Bawa Continental
  • Others

If you wish to enhance your office interiors with art or for that matter adorn your own cabin with art, write to us at info@jsartgallery.in with your requirements and we assure you that one of our expert advisors will get back to you with answers regarding your needs.

Art Rental

Renting artworks at affordable prices has now become much simpler. Focusing on the needs of production houses, we at JS Art Gallery have launched a new art rental service wherein our clients can now choose from a vast collection of over 2000 different artworks to rent. Be it a photo shoot, film shoot, TV or commercial; our gallery understands the requirements of set-designers, art directors and production designers and accordingly provides advise in choosing the most appropriate works as per the shoot. Catering to the needs of such creative professionals, quality artworks are available at highly reasonable prices for hiring purposes.

Contact us on +91-9619835058,+91-9821409569 to speak to one of our art advisors who will happily assist you with your hiring needs while working with your budget.

Art Investment

Sometimes buying art can be financially driven. With the increasing demand for Indian art both globally and in Asia, art prices of Indian artists are going places. If you wish to buy a particular artwork both for the love of art and with the intention of selling it in the future, we can help you in this regard.

Buying art can also be expensive sometimes and hence we help our collectorsmake an informed decision when it comes to adding certain artworks to their collection. Also with a lot of young art collectorsin our clientele, we majorly help them invest in the artists of the future. This way the works are received at an affordable price and it doesn’t burn a huge hole in the collector’s pocket!

Art for Outdoor Installation

Art has always been associated with style. Having a wonderful piece of original artwork in an outdoor space reflects the same.

JS Art Gallery works with certain artists who specialize in making artworks specially designed for outdoor spaces.

Our past projects include providing outdoor sculptures for hotels, resorts, residential complexes, corporate office lounges, college premises, private villas and bungalow estates.

If this is something that you are looking for, contact us with your project specifications and we will assist you with your needs.

Authenticity will be provide with the painting from artist With Gallery.

Portrait Work

Size. Price.
16"x20" 38000/-
18"x22" 42000/-
20"x24" 48000/-
22"x28" 55000/-
24"x28" 61000/-

Care of Painting

Works on canvas/board

Apart from natural calamities, intrinsic composition and insects, we humans rank highest in causing damage to an artwork. Surprised? Here is a brief look at some of the most likely damage.

Handling

  • Breakages or tears in the surface, loose or missing parts of the surface or medium, impact related damage, smudges to the medium.
  • Stains from contact (including fingerprints), food materials, smoke, cosmetics and other domestic chemicals like cleaners.
  • Presence of conditions that foster pests, or other environmental damage like contact with infested objects, poor storage, and exposure to excessive heat, humidity and direct light.

Moving

Whether the move is from one wall to another, or between locations:
  • Always consider the best way to remove the artwork and get additional help if required especially for larger pieces
  • Prepare the final destination of the move before hand
  • Always wear gloves
  • Make sure that there is enough space to move around
  • Use equipment with care, even seemingly harmless pens
  • Ensure that the artwork is properly packed, use quality material
  • Use corners to avoid frames from getting damaged
  • It is not advisable to leave works packed for too long

Display

Some basic checks for the display wall
  • Ensure that the wall is not damp
  • Also check that there is no direct sunlight falling on the wall Hanging
  • There should be some breathing space between the artwork and the wall, this will prevent the accumulation of dirt and moisture. This can be achieved by placing blocks on all four sides
  • Ensure that the fittings of the frame are sturdy and will hold for a prolonged period of time

Lighting

The most basic rule with lighting an artwork is to avoid displaying the artwork in direct sunlight. Exposure to strong artificial light for extended period is also not advisable as fixed lights over an artwork may cause localized heating. Lights should be placed a minimum of 10 feet from the artwork to avoid this. The recommended lighting for paintings is 200 lux. Light levels can be measured using a camera's light meter.

Cleaning

Some simple cleaning tips that can be followed at home Like other objects, artworks will collect dust and dirt over time. Dust can be removed using a very soft brush. Avoid feather and sheep skin dusters as their fibers attach to the surface. Check for flaking paint before dusting, and do not attempt to dust if the surface appears damaged or unstable. It is also important to clean the verso of the artwork in a similar manner; however the artwork should be removed from display and laid flat on a clean surface to do this. Do not attempt any repair yourself. This is a process that should only be carried out by fully qualified, professional conservators.

Framing

An artwork on canvas comprises of the following
  • The support frame on which the canvas is stretched, which is known as the stretcher and usually made of wood. If the canvas is of a larger size then the square stretcher should also have center supports
  • The frame around the painting, traditionally made of wood and available in a variety of finishes. However, of late, fiber frames simulating wood finishes are also available. Since they are not of organic material they are less susceptible to attacks from natural elements and pests.

Storage

  • Environment

    A stable storage environment is very important, and fluctuations in temperature and humidity, particularly in the short term, must be minimized. The best environment for the storage of artworks is a cool, dry one with good air circulation. Always seek professional advice for other storage requirements specific to your collection.

  • Pests

    A lot of damage to paintings is caused by pests ranging from beetles and worms to moths and sometimes even rodents. Make sure the space where you store your artworks is free of food sources for such pests. In many cases, the artwork will be the food source itself, and so monitoring the storage is also important. Generally, pests like dark, warm, humid, and undisturbed areas so regular inspection of packed art is a must.

  • Materials

    The materials used to pack artworks for storage can affect their durability. The best materials are inert products that do not deteriorate over time. It is suggested that paintings on canvas be wrapped in unbleached muslin rather than plastic which will also allow the painting to breathe. Make sure to pack your artworks such that both physical damage and exposure to fluctuations of temperature and humidity are minimized.

  • Causes of Damage

    If works of art are cared for correctly then one can minimize the external damage that can be caused to them. Some of the causes of such damage are:

  • Direct physical force, such as impact and wear and tear over time
  • Fire and excessive heat
  • Water damage from dampness, excessive moisture and leaks
  • Insects and other pests
  • Contaminants, such as smoke and other pollutants
  • Radiation from ultraviolet and infra-red light waves
  • Neglect

Handling works on paper

Handling

When handling works on paper, you should touch the surface as little as possible. When you have to touch it, keep your fingers away from the image. Works executed in pastel and charcoal require extra care as the medium can easily be smudged, damaging the image. As far as possible, keep works on paper framed with an acid-free mount that will minimize friction and static. Care should also be taken while handling prints, as their paper is easily stained with oils and moisture present in our skin

Display

Some basic checks for the display wall
  • Ensure that the wall is not damp
  • Also check that there is no direct sunlight falling on the wall Hanging
  • There should be some breathing space between the artwork and the wall, this will prevent the accumulation of dirt and moisture. This can be achieved by placing blocks on all four sides
  • Ensure that the fittings of the frame are sturdy and will hold for a prolonged period of time

Lighting

The most basic rule with lighting an artwork is to avoid displaying the artwork in direct sunlight. Exposure to strong artificial light for extended period is also not advisable as fixed lights over an artwork may cause localized heating. Lights should be placed a minimum of 10 feet from the artwork to avoid this. The recommended lighting for paintings is 50 lux. Light levels can be measured using a camera's light meter.The most basic rule with lighting an artwork is to avoid displaying the artwork in direct sunlight. Exposure to strong artificial light for extended period is also not advisable as fixed lights over an artwork may cause localized heating. Lights should be placed a minimum of 10 feet from the artwork to avoid this. The recommended lighting for paintings is 50 lux. Light levels can be measured using a camera's light meter.

Cleaning

If the paperwork is face with a glass or acrylic sheet, this will need to be cleaned regularly. To do so, spray glass cleaner onto a soft cloth and wipe the sheet with it. Never attempt to clean the paper surface, as the medium can often smudge. Cleaning can be carried out by fully qualified, professional conservators.

Framing

Why do works of art on paper need protection?

Paper is highly sensitive to the environment and is adversely affected by light, humidity and temperature changes. Paper also reacts to any material with which it is in contact, including mounts, tape and dust. This kind of damage results in mount burns, foxing (small rust-like brown spots), fading of the medium and an increase in the brittleness of the surface.

Framing a work on paper
The frame comprises:
  • A mount that forms a protective boundary around the work and between the work and the glass or acrylic sheet. It is important that the mount is acid free which means it has archival qualities.
  • The frame around the mount, traditionally made of wood and available in a variety of finishes. However, of late, fiber frames simulating wood finishes are also available. Since they are not of organic material they are less susceptible to attacks from natural elements and pests.
  • A face of acrylic or glass. Acrylic is lighter and works well while displaying larger artworks, but is more prone to scratching. Glass can withstand minor scratches, but it can be heavier and the incidence of breakage is higher, increasing the risk to the artwork itself. Both are available in museum grade, non-reflective varieties.
It is important that works on paper be opened every couple of years to air the artwork, and clean any dust that might have accumulated inside the frame.

Storage

If you are not displaying your works on paper, the best way to store them is in a plan chest (used for architectural drawing and blueprints) or another specially designed case that protects them from humidity, light and dirt. Acid-free and inert folders or portfolios can also be used within such chests or cases, but must always be placed flat or horizontally. If you are storing several works in one drawer or folder, interleave them with acid-free tissue paper or glassine .Normal plastic sleeves are not recommended for storing paperwork’s. A stable storage environment is very important, and fluctuations in temperature and humidity, particularly in the short term, must be minimized. The best environment for the storage of artworks is a cool, dry one with good air circulation. Always seek professional advice for other storage requirements specific to your collection.

Professional Framing

A remarkable achievement deserves a remarkable frame. And the professionals have the experience, the resources and the know-how to provide you the highest quality frames possible.

We have a variety of styles, finishes and accents - giving you the ability to custom make each frame to your individual preference. Each frame is hand crafted and comes fully assembled.

Our commitment to quality craftsmanship ensures a distinctive, elegant display for your achievement. PFC uses archival-quality materials that meet and exceed government standards for document preservation - making sure your achievement lasts a lifetime.

Molding:

Our frames are made from beautiful, durable hardwood that are milled and stained by expert craftsmen. All used in the production of our elegant frames is farm grown.

Find the frame that's right for you:

Burgundy Marble - marble Veneer finish with gold accents.


Cherry Lacquer - high-gloss wood-grained cherry finish with gold accents.


Mahogany Lacquer - high-gloss wood-grained cherry finish.


Cherry Reverse - rich wood-grained cherry finish with dark stepped edges.


Crimson Lacquer - high-gloss wood-grained cherry finish with gold accents. (This molding is about 1" wide and is not suggested for large frames)


Rosewood - rich wood-grained mahogany finish.


Rosewood w/Gold Lip - rich wood-grained mahogany finish with gold accent


Satin Black - black satin finish with gold accents.


Cherry - rich wood-grained cherry finish. (This molding is about 1" wide and is not suggested for large frames)


Walnut - veneer finish with gold accents.


Mahogany Bead - rich wood grained Mahogany finish with bead inside edge.


Mahogany with Gold Braid - rich wood grained Mahogany finish with inner gold rope accent.


Mahogany Braid - elegant mahogany finish with bold black braid.


Victorian Burl - Noble, timeless, burled molding.


Cherry Burl - cherry veneer finish with gold accents.


Black with 2 Gold Lines - thin black frame with gold accents.


Metro Antique Gold Scoop - antique metropolis molding with classic gold finish and scoop.


Metro Antique Gold Double - antique metropolis molding with classic gold finish and double line.


Metro Antique Bronze Scoop - antique metropolis molding with classic bronze finish and scoop.


Metro Antique Bronze Double - antique metropolis molding with classic bronze finish and double line.


Metro Antique Pewter Double - antique metropolis molding with classic pewter finish and double line.


Mats and Backboards:

All matting and backing materials used in our frames are archival quality and fade-resistant - beautifully highlighting your diploma while protecting it.

All of our rich and vibrant suede mats are of archival quality and are imported.

Glass:

We use the highest quality picture framing glass. If you are interested in other options such as non-glare, UV-protected or Plexiglas, please contact us.

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