Recently I had a chance to review a piece of artwork of my liking from FulcrumGallery.com. They have a massive selection of art (as well as photography art) ranging from classic to modern and anything in-between. You can search for different artwork either by subject or room. For instance if I wanted to look up art for the kitchen you would select rooms and then kitchen art. Once you are finished with your selection, you can then choose to have your art work printed on a poster, canvas, or choose a frame for it instead.
My oldest daughter, Kylie, loves art. I decided I was going to let her choose something to hang in her room. With so many options to choose from she spent hours trying to find just the right piece.
So, what did she choose and why?
Kylie says that she “attempted to find something that would integrate well with the mood and overall scheme of her room; a meaningful piece that would add to the diversity and happiness of the things she’d hung and decorated over time, and one that would end up making her happy when she saw it.
Her room has a nerdy vibe with a lot of bookshelves and a neat, organized presence. Albert Einstein graciously fits and accentuates the studious atmosphere, as well as providing an inspirational quote for someone like Kylie, who has always sparkled the least in math.
The stretched canvas adds elegance and dimension to the already promising photograph and quote. It was fairly easy to balance the canvas on a peg that was already stuck into her wall, as if Albert wanted to be there.
The plaster walls often make it difficult to hang posters, etc. She readily and excitedly affirms that she found something with everything she was after.”
I was told to write an honest and fair review discussing the pros and cons of the item, but I really have nothing bad to say about the canvas artwork. If I had to pick something negative to say it would be the overwhelming amount of items there is to choose from on their website. Most people would argue this is a pro and not a con however.
Here’s another look at the Albert Einstein canvas hanging from Kylie’s room. She was studying — during the summer — and insisted the pictures we took of the canvas included math. She set the stage very nicely indeed.
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