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Art Hanging Systems In Demand From Not Just Galleries

The Gallery System is a Sydney based art hanging specialist and confirmed in an exclusive interview with Metro Cities Media the growing demand for their art hanging systems from non-gallery businesses making use of art at their premises and showrooms.

Picture hanging systems have become a very popular choice for retail businesses and corporates alike, who are wanting to achieve a higher level of visual appeal at their premisses and form part of their corporate branding.

Lisa Jackson, Principal of The Gallery System Australia said this when interviewed by Metro Cities Media: “Our art hanging system is being acquired by greater numbers of business owners to give their customers and clients a unique and engaging instore experience. Some of our clients have doubled adding not only visual appeal for their clients but an additional revenue from the selling of local artists work put on display. Others have created greater contact with their clients by holding featured artist nights with wine and catering that have proved very popular.”

The Gallery System confirm that their picture and art hanging systems have been acquired by businesses ranging from furnishing stores, jewellery retailers, cafes and restaurants as well as for the offices of digital marketers and cosmetic dentists. The array of different businesses forms a very long list.

To learn more about The Gallery System’s art hanging systems, visit their website here: https://www.thegallerysystem.com.au/

Picture hanging systems have been around for long time, but recent magazine features the rise to the growing interest in them as they can support a variety of weights and sizes of artwork. On hanging systems e of the primary benefits is they are suitable for multiple small frames or large and heavy pieces in the home or office.

Wall-mounted systems are attached directly to the wall and typically come in a variety of materials from aluminium to the traditional timber picture rails found in many Victorian style homes. Picture hanging systems are often used in commercial settings such as art galleries and museums, however, now with the introduction of slimline systems, they have also become a popular choice in the home.

Picture hanging systems offer a flexible and versatile way to display artwork and photographs, allowing for easy rearrangement and customization without causing damage to walls or ceilings. They are particularly popular with those wanting to regularly rotate the art or photographic works.

When choosing a picture hanging system, it’s important to consider the weight and size of the artwork, as well as the type of wall or ceiling it will be installed on. Additionally, some systems may require professional installation, while others can be easily installed by the user.

About The Gallery System

The Gallery System began its journey back in 1989 and over the years they refined their original hanging system design which further evolved over time. They also developed an optional add-on lighting system comprising light wands that simply clip on and off where required, putting the light directly on the artwork. The Slimline Art Hanging System came later when unobtrusive hanging systems were being asked for. This system has been very popular both home and business installations, and now accounts for around half of all sales.

The distribution business is Sydney based (Gladesville), with the factory in Queensland, however, distribute all over Australia. Australian owned and made, The Gallery System was the original picture hanging system and considered by a significant number of art gallery owners as still the best.

To learn more about The Gallery System, visit their website here: www.thegallerysystem.com.au

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