Affordability, the right aesthetic and a hand-painted, bespoke approach to placing art in your projects epitomises the United Artworks ethos.
October 8th, 2013
Conceived in a retail furniture store in Melbourne in 2002, United Artworks has grown to become one of Australia’s leading art collectives; experts in providing a custom service for hand-painted artworks for both retail and commercial clients.
The services provided extend from a comprehensive online catalogue of stocked items through to commercial services inclusive of consultancy and customisation for special projects.
Specifically design driven to target the interior design and decorator audience, all of the brand’s designs are produced in-house – affording clients the opportunity to collaborate and contribute their own designs to achieve a final design solution to meet their and/or client needs.
United Artworks also represent various artists around the world as agents licensed to replicate limited edition pieces.
Whilst the focus at United Artworks is primarily design driven hand-painted artwork, an emphasis on affordability and efficient turnaround is also important. United Artworks has fast become a recognised and trusted source for hand-crafted artwork that can be tailored to any design, budget and deadline.
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