Custom art for professional projects – Interior design agencies

19th June 2018
custom art for professional projects

Custom Art for Professional Projects

Ronald Hunter often creates custom art for professional projects. Ronald  likes to partner up with design agencies and interior designers/ decorators, to help enrich public or private domains with original art.

As an abstract artist, Ronald Hunter offers a variety of styles and color compositions in any size. While he works from examples of his own collection, he can also create a custom piece from scratch.

A hassle free process

The process of creating art for your professional project is fast and simple. First (after agreeing on size, style and budget) Ronald creates a digital sketch within a few days. Then upon your approval, he creates the original artwork in 1-2 weeks. Finally after your 2nd approval, the art is shipped within 5 business days.

In fact, getting the right art for your project was never this easy!

We are able to deliver to projects around the world. And the best part: We offer our clients customized art at interesting rates. Also with our courier, we are able to keep our shipping rates low.

We are here to accomodate any request to help ensure the success of your project. Get in touch if you are interested in a professional collaboration. We usually respond within a few hours.

To get a taste of Ronald’s style, we invite you to browse the collection in our webshop. Or, follow Ronald’s Instagram page for news about his art or projects.

You can find some examples of projects from recent years here.

custom art for professional projects

In the image above you see an example of a recent project in the U.K. Ronald was requested to create a custom XL tryptich for a newly renovated bedroom. Although these paintings were very large, they arrived in perfect condition and ready to hang.

custom art for professional projects
custom art for professional projects

For a client in Amsterdam, Ronald was requested to create art for a large  mansion. The images above show the result. Ronald is especially proud of the stunning piece in the hallway!