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Affordable Art the Way You Want It

Get The Picture is pleased to be a participating retailer of Artaissance, an unique and exciting new way to purchase art for your home. The nationally recognized source for quality customized art, Artaissance continues to grow its presence across the country. Featured in local and national magazine, newspapers, and on television, Artaissance brings a diverse portfolio of artwork to art lovers everywhere, and is doing so in a unique and innovative new way.



What's truly unique about the Artaissance program is the ability to custom size your artwork. "How does that benefit me?" you may ask. Ever feel like you're trying to fit a square peg in a round hole when it comes to art in your home? You fall in love with an incredible piece of art, but your space is too limited for that oversized canvas. Or, you find the perfect landscape for the wall over the sofa in the living room, if only it came three feet bigger! Just as artist, style, and color are important when it comes to choosing art for your home, so too is the size. Artaissance allows you to custom size your artwork for just the right fit, making adding art to your decor less of a frustration, and more of a celebration. Large or small, you're certain to find a piece of art to suit your style.

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Why Custom Size Artwork?

We know it can be frustrating when the piece of art you love does not fit the space you have in mind. We’ve eliminated that frustration by making the art available in the size you need while staying true to the original artist’s vision by keeping the sizing proportional.

Custom Art by Artaissance

"Vines 14" by Mary Margaret Briggs artaissance
"Vines 14" by Mary Margaret Briggs, from Artaissance

"August" by A. Pell artaissance
"August" by A. Pell, from Artaissance

How Do I Custom Size Artwork?

It’s easy to custom size your image! After making an artwork selection, click on the “Custom Size” option. On the Custom Size Artwork page you simply enter either the height OR width you desire, and our system will calculate the overall dimension for you. Only one measurement is needed because we honor the original proportions of the artist's work.

When determining the size you need for your space, be sure to keep framing in mind. A general guideline - framing a canvas could add a total of 6 inches to the height and width of the canvas artwork. The frame and mat on a paper piece could add up to 12 inches to the height and width.

Once you've made your purchase, the art is printed and can be shipped directly to Get The Picture or to your home. We can assist you in selecting a spectacular custom framing design to perfectly compliment your new artwork, making it truly your own.

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Try Before You Buy

Wouldn’t it be great to actually see the artwork you selected in your home, before you buy, to visualize it alongside your wall color, couch or other home décor? Now you can! With Artaissance's Sample program, for a minimal cost you can purchase samples of your favorite image so you can "see" and "feel" the artwork before you purchse. Better yet, the cost of the sample will go toward the purchase price of the large piece should you choose to buy it. With the Artaissance Sample Program, you can have confidence that your art selection will perfectly fit your home!


Artaissance Artists

Below are listed just a few of the many talented artists whose work can be purchased from Artaissance. Click on the thumbnail images to be brought to a page showing more of each artist's work.



"August" by A. Pell artaissance

A. Pell studied classical painting in the European tradition, earning a Master's Degree from the Nicolai Pavlovich Academy of Fine Art in 1987. He began his artistic career focusing his interest on, and developing his skills by, studying Mediterranean landscapes. In 1990, Pell moved to Canada, where he was newly inspired by the landscapes of North America.


"Market Treasures" by Dale Payson artaissance

Dale Payson a long-time New Yorker, attended the School of Visual Arts over a ten-year span in the 1960s. She returned as an instructor in the early 1980s before moving on to freelance work in display design and book illustration. Her work is found in more than twenty-five children's books. By subtly flattening the perspect-ive, she brings the background forward to create a powerful statement. Her use of color is unbridled, bold and refreshing.

"Purple Beauty" by Nichole Sloan artaissance

Nichole Sloan graduated from the Portfolio Center for Commercial Photography and became an instant success, winning an award for her first job - shooting the cover for an annual report. She soon made a name for herself as both a commercial and fashion photographer. Whether shooting on location or in her studio, Nichole has applied her creativity to projects as diverse as advertising, annual reports, editorial, promotions and collateral. Recently, she began translating her haute couture talents into artful object photography.


"Companion" by OM artaissance

OM Born in Bulgaria in 1962, Orlin Mantchev or OM, is a contemporary minimalist artist who unites western and eastern culture and values. After selective competition in 1976, OM was accepted to study in Bulgaria's exclusive High School of Fine Arts, winning two scholarships over the duration of five years. In 1989, following six years of classical training, he graduated with a Master's degree in Painting from the prestigious Nicolai Pavlovich University of Fine Arts in Sofia.

"Early Morning" by Larry Miller artaissance

Larry Miller is a native of California, Larry Miller studied art at San Jose State University, earning a B.A. and M.A. in Art History. He continued his education with advanced studies at the Rhode Island School of Design, the University of California, Berkeley, and the L.A. Art Center in Pasadena, California. Miller is a member of Delta Phi Delta, art honors society.


"Red Bench" by Tom Vieth artaissance

Tom Vieth was born in Davenport, Iowa, in 1957. He received a BA from Dartmouth College, graduating with Highest Distinction Honors in his major, and attended the School for the Museum of Fine Arts and the University of Iowa's graduate program for fine arts. In 1987, he received a BFA from Boston University.

"Yellow Meets Orange" by Soraya Chemaly artaissance

Soraya Chemaly - “My paintings have been heavily influenced by my childhood in the Bahamas, where I was regularly exposed to Haitian and Caribbean art. The art of Haiti in particular is infused with flowers and plants that take on a life of their own and often representing, in the primitive style, people, gestures, moods and symbols.”

"Moderno 2" by Sue Gillete artaissance

Sue Gillette was born in Youngstown, Ohio in 1960. She grew up in the Woodstock and Rhinebech areas of New York in the sixties and seventies and lived in Ossining, New York until she moved to Phoenix in 1991. Her family has been a creative influence for Susan. Her father is a sculptor, her mother writes poetry, her brother John is a talented cartoonist and another brother, Robert, is an accomplished potter.


"Vines 14" by Mary Margaret Briggs artaissance
The artwork of Mary Margaret Briggs has two distinct influences; the four years she spent living and traveling in Asia, and the verdant beauty of her Vashon Island home. Today, she creates collaged panels composed of botanical and abstract monotypes.
Born and raised in Seattle, she attended the University of Washington. Briggs spent her twenties and thirties designing textiles for the fashion industry. Initially she worked from her own Seattle based studio and later on the design staff of Nike, in both Portland, Oregon and Hong Kong where she was an apparel creative director for the Asia Pacific region.

"Early Solitude" by David Marty artaissance
David Marty’s paintings begin as plein-air studies, working in oil and canvas. "My earlier landscapes were executed in a tight, almost photo-realistic manner. The turning point began after seeing the work of the French Impressionists in Paris. I was attracted by the brighter colors, softness and spontaneity of their paintings.”
"I am awestruck by the beauty and diversity of the Northwest. I see the fingerprints of a creative God all around me, from the last glow of golden light on a mountain to the sparkle of a meandering meadow stream." Marty and his wife reside in Edmonds, Washington with their five children, including two boys from Bulgaria.


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