Artistic expression is a very delicate craft. The use of color and so many different mediums to create a painting allows for a number of different perspectives that play out through the viewers optical judgement. Depending on how your lighting affects each piece, there can be many interpretive angles. For this reason, it is important to get your lighting just right with helpful advice for lighting from the Jubilee Gallery.
Full-spectrum light should be an important feature of your studio if you want to maintain consistent color. This is also true for in-home hanging of custom paintings and frames. Developing the right techniques for maintaining healthy light will prove to be easier on your eyes and a lot better for the visual effects you may want to achieve within a room.
While you may think that the use of your regular light bulb is seemingly okay for use, north light is actually one of the most beneficial aids for your paintings on display. North light, more commonly called natural light, coming in through windows and skylights is the most consistent. Yet, you should be prepared for the fact that even north light fluctuates throughout the day and is virtually useless when showcasing work in an extremely dark environment or at night. In this way, winter weather may prove to be a challenge when trying to get the full effect of your paintings. It is also important to know that incandescent light is often too warm, radiating more heat than light and works against you when in an environment that is prone to yellow light. Regular fluorescent light may also be too cool.
For optimal lighting, remember to use full-spectrum light, which is now available in both incandescent and fluorescent bulbs. By doing this, you can enjoy bright, non-glare light that blends with daylight and gives a healthy color scale for exploration and interpretation.
To maximize the colors in your custom piece, be sure to use your lighting methods as a consistent advantage. Jubilee Gallery also offers custom framing and mounting for a quality showcase that presents paintings at its fullest potential. Gallery owner Stephen deFluiter is masterful in his unique creations and works with each customer that will appreciate your artwork and keepsakes. If you're looking to make the most out of your artistic experience, let Jubilee Gallery bring your art to life.