ArtHouse3 is a 18 year-old small business committed to supporting, exhibiting and placing regional art. Two recent exhibits are above - one in Tampa, General Assembly, that showed in Quaid gallery - and the other in St. Pete, Block Party, site specific installation by Ry McCullough in Drive-by Window (click Exhibits tab for details). Below center was my first artist panel as a (former) Gallery Director, with my good friend and talented artist, George Anderton. On left, I'm happily in the midst of Tempus Projects board members - including (l to r) Bob Ballard, TP Founder Tracy Midulla, Sarah Howard, Desmond Clark - as they received a well deserved Tampa Bay Business Committee for the Arts (TBBCA) Impact Award. On right, with a treasured group of artists and curators at The Morean Arts Center where I worked as guest curator and creator of Orange State (click image for names).
Beginnings | ArtHouse3 began as a recurring open house gallery (Art House) in my then Tampa home, and over the last 18 years has evolved into a roving art consulting business. Clients range from corporate offices looking to build art collections to first-time buyers seeking a specific piece. Project work includes creating exhibits in unlikely places (e.g. rustic Florida lake house above), working as a project manager for client endeavors, and serving as a guest curator as often as possible.
Art Advising | As a regional art advisor, I delight in collaborating with clients to find, select and install art for their respective environments. Motivated to keep creative talent in the area, I concentrate on showing and placing the work of local and regional Florida artists. Occasionally, I offer pieces for sale from my own regional collection - inquire if interested.
PRESS | ADDITIONAL ARTICLES in the last two years on incorporating regional art into your environment and how Arthouse3 can be involved.
Northeast Journal | St. Petersburg, FL | Jul/Aug 2018 edition | p. 14 "Spotlight on the Arts" | Art Town by Sara W. Hopkins (excerpt featured above) | Highlighting the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance (SPAA) and their Individual Artist grants | Several recipients who live in Old Northeast are featured of which I am one.
Green Bench Monthly September 2017 article by Mitzi Gordon, "Local Business and Homegrown Art: A Beautiful Partnership"
Kathy Gibson, a St. Pete-based art advisor and curator, has seen targeted local investments like these give back exponentially to business owners. She shared three easy and direct ways that local business owners can get involved and foster the vibrant Bay Area arts scene... (have to read the article - click title in green)
Creative Pinellas A Conversation with Kathy Gibson.., by SK West | Summer 2017