BURBANK, Calif.–The C. Jeré by Artisan House brand is set to expand at High Point with 40 introductions, mostly of contemporary abstract designs. Sequence and pattern found in fabrics, industry and nature are a theme with some of the new items, while others interpret commonly found objects. Artisan House shows in the International Home Furnishings Center, space D208.
“Our focus with this latest product offering is to further develop the more successful concepts of the C. Jeré line, while also expanding the overall collection with new and unique concepts,” said John Shilling, president, Artisan House.
“We understand our role in the marketplace and unique position within the category of metal wall sculptures,” he added. “This product release underscores this unique identity by providing gallery-quality
artwork at price points that appeal to mid- to upper-levels of the retail market.”
The colors of the introductions include cool blues/greens, muted neutrals and metallics, in both clean and patina effects. The new items also further expand the company’s handpainted/fine art offerings, which is a growing part of the business. “These items tend to be larger in scale and make a far more dramatic statement,” said Shilling. “They fuse elaborate depth of painted detail and a more
simple and nondescript metal substrate.”
Artisan House reintroduced lighting designs from C. Jeré line a year ago. C. Jeré is Artisan House’s house brand.