Sponsor Spotlight : Art Hound


Art Hound is a blog about good art but it also a great concept of how Kate helps you find the perfect art for your home…Kate Singleton is an art lover and has turnd her passion into a businnes by becoming an art consultant with a strong focus on using the internet. She believes that the internet has revolutionized the art market over the last decade, giving artists and art enthusiasts an unprecedented opportunity to co-mingle and do business and in this sometimes overwhelming offering of nice pieces Kate would like to offer her your help and make some pre-selections for you based on your briefing…great, I love this concept! Find more information here on Kate's blog: Art Hound!


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  1. Kate

    Thanks, guys! Art Matching is a really fun, creative gift for someone who could use some help getting art on their walls!

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