professional benefits for interior designers and art consultants

I make purchasing my art straightforward, and treat all art and design professionals fairly and equally.

  • sample prints of art for your proposals
  • wholesale prices and licensing options
  • customization for unique spaces

3 steps to buying gallery-quality art

Buying art may feel intimidating, but I make it straight-forward, fair, and even creative. Here's what you do:

1. trust your instincts

You have all the skills you need to find the perfect art for your design project. My art is organized by the design concepts and words you already use, so you can trust your instincts to find the art that will best work with your designs. You'll be assisted by my designer-friendly website, which makes it easy to discover visually and thematically-related art.  Learn more.

Plus, you can always talk directly to me — the actual artist, not a middle-man — for some extra help. I have been making and selling art to high-end properties for over 15 years, and I know I can help you find solutions your client will love.

Daniel Sroka's abstract photography in the executive suite of The Woodlands Resort.
My abstract of acorns decorates the executive suites of The Woodlands Resort, Houston.

Daniel Sroka's botanical abstract photography in a living room setting, designed by Jules Duffy.
Daniel Sroka's botanical abstract photography in a living room setting, designed by Jules Duffy Designs.

Daniel Sroka's abstract photography in the king suite of The Woodlands Resort.
My leaf abstract in the king suites of The Woodlands Resort, Houston.

Daniel Sroka's botanical abstract photography in a living room setting.
A collector chose these photographs to reinforce her reading room's connection to nature.

Daniel Sroka's abstract photography in a suite at the Graton Resort and Casino.
My leaf abstract ties together the accent color of this suite at Graton Resort and Casino.

Daniel Sroka's abstract photography in a suite at the Graton Resort and Casino.
Another of my leaf portraits brings color to a guestroom's workspace at Graton Resort and Casino.

Daniel Sroka's abstract photograph of melting ice at the Marriott Harbor Beach.
My abstract photograph of melting ice at the Marriott Harbor Beach.

Daniel Sroka's botanical abstract photography in a living room setting.
A collector chose these photographs to reinforce her reading room's connection to nature.

Daniel Sroka's botanical abstract photography at the Miraval Tucson Resort and Spa.
A collection of my nature abstracts in the lobby of the Spa at the Miraval Arizona Resort.

Daniel Sroka's abstract photography at the Admirals Clubs’ Premium Lounge at Miami International Airport.
My artwork on display at the Admirals Clubs' Premium Lounge at Miami International Airport.

Norwegian Cruise Lines  purchased a large number of my photographs to decorate the spa areas on one of their ship.
Norwegian Cruise Lines purchased a collection of my photographs to decorate two of their ships.

This collector selected my leaf abstract 'Tubulence' for their living room.
This collector selected my leaf abstract "Tubulence" for their living room.

This client wished to bring a natural element into their office space to bring warmth to its modern design
This client bought my art to bring a warm natural element into their modern office space.

This collector purchased my artwork to to complement the rich and eclectic style of their living room.
This collector purchased my artwork to complement the rich and eclectic style of their living room.

2. choose fine art prints or licensing

Next, decide whether you want prints created by the artist, or if you need to license the images — I offer both. Fine art prints signed by the artist give you the highest-quality art, and make the biggest impression in private homes, hotel lobbies, or restaurants. But when you are sourcing art for a large property, whether it's a boutique hotel or a resort with hundreds of rooms, you can license my art to get the full production control you need.

3. decide the impact you want to make

Finally, decide what kind of impact you want to make with the art. Do you want a large, single piece that grabs attention, or a collection of art to establish a mood and style? Do you want the classic sophistication of paper prints, or the modern feel of metal? I can also help with special requests: I have modified colors to match an existing palette, and resized art to work with the client's favorite frames.

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