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3D Art can add an interesting and unique element to any home. It can be a conversation starter and a way to showcase your personal style. There are a variety of forms that 3D Art can take, including sculptures made of metal, wood, or stone; ceramics made from clay and glazed or painted; and glass pieces made from molten glass that is blown, cast, or fused into the desired shape. When choosing 3D Art for your home, consider the materials and techniques used to create the piece, as well as the style and aesthetic of the piece. Here are some tips for displaying 3D Art in your home:

Choose the right location
Consider the size and style of the 3D Art piece, as well as the surrounding decor. A large, bold piece may be the focal point of a room, while a smaller, more subtle piece may be better suited for a bookshelf or mantle.

Use proper lighting
This is essential for showcasing 3D art. Use spotlights or track lighting to highlight the piece and bring out its depth and texture. Avoid placing the art in direct sunlight, as this can cause fading over time.

Use appropriate mounting
Depending on the size and weight of the 3D Art, you may need to use special mounting hardware to ensure it is securely displayed. Smaller pieces may be able to sit on a shelf or be hung on a wall using picture hangers. Larger pieces may require more robust methods, such as mounting brackets or sturdy shelves.

Mix and match
Don't be afraid to mix and match different styles and types of 3D Art. A collection of pieces in different shapes, sizes, and materials can add interest and depth to your display.

Use protective measures
To protect your 3D Art and keep it looking its best, consider using UV-protective glass or acrylic to cover it. This will help prevent fading and discoloration from exposure to sunlight.

All of the 3D artists on our website would be happy to discuss their own ideas about displaying the pieces they have created. Why not get in touch with them directly using the contact details on their gallery page?

By following these tips, you can confidently display 3D Art in your home and enjoy its unique beauty for years to come.


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