Art In Motion Celebrates 25 Years

VANCOUVER B.C.-Art In Motion is thrilled to be celebrating 25 years of publishing and licensing the work of creative artists from around the world.

 

"We are thrilled to be celebrating a quarter century," said Tara Fortunato, chief merchandising officer with parent company ICA Home Decor. "Art In Motion is a leader in art and design. We are looking forward to continuing to be inspired by our brilliant artists and celebrating this incredible achievement."

 

Founded in 1985, Art In Motion grew from a small business to one of the world's leading art publishers. Currently Art In Motion works with more than 100 artists and has published the work of hundreds of artists worldwide in the past 25 years.

 

Art In Motion's latest collection, Fall 2010, featuring almost 300 new images and new artists, is debuting at the Atlanta International Gift and Home Show, suite #1019, Building 2.

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