Bentel & Bentel Architects
Liz Caan Interiors, Eric Roth Photography
About the Gallery The Sunne Savage Gallery, LLC, is a woman-owned, second generational business specializing in fine art since 1971. During the Gallery’s tenure at its original location in Boston, Sunne Savage exhibited contemporary artists, as well as worked on commissioned pieces with corporate clients. Since becoming a private dealer in the mid-1980s, Ms. Savage has focused more on selling Contemporary, Modern and Impressionist masters. In 2001, the Gallery reinstituted its contemporary services by working with New England emerging and mid-career artists on residential and corporate projects.
Sunne Savage Founder
After graduating from Lake Erie College in Ohio, Sunne Savage began her career at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. In 1971, she established the Sunne Savage Gallery on Newbury Street and has since traveled nationally and internationally researching artists and orchestrating private sales of 19th and 20th century European and American masterworks. Utilizing her wealth of industry knowledge, Ms. Savage is also the Gallery’s fine art appraiser.
Christina Godfrey Director of Contemporary and Corporate Art Christina Godfrey graduated from Wheaton College, MA. Since joining the Gallery in 2001, Ms. Godfrey has reintroduced corporate and contemporary aspects to the Gallery with her industry relationships and resourceful approach to project management. She currently manages the art collection at McGladrey in Charlestown, MA, while also curating the firm’s gallery space.
Amber Goldstein Gallery Associate
Amber Goldstein graduated from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London with a MA Fine and Decorative Arts and from Wheaton College, MA. She brings with her experience in both the international and national art markets. She currently assists the Gallery with corporate and residential art consulting, estate appraisals, as well as being in charge of the Gallery’s cataloguing and inventorying projects for corporate and private collections. She is the newest member of the team, joining the gallery in 2011.
Acquisition and Commission: The gallery can create or add to an art collection. Hiring a professional will keep a collection theme and to a consistent standard. Artwork can be purchased to highlight priority areas. A client can also commission a piece of work that can be custom made to fit the space and unique vision. Framing: Updating frames and matting can bring new life to existing artwork. Additionally, framing and glazing can provide protection against damage. Appraisal and Inventory: Like all assets, it is important to appraise and insure an art collection. An appraisal or inventory report includes an artworkâ€™s description and value. The Gallery supplies its clients with a written report for insurance purposes. Installation: Professional art installation creates a visual flow to the work installed throughout an office or home. A consultant will consider the size and orientation of artwork related to the space, as well as take into consideration sunlight and traffic to protect the artwork. Conservation: Mishaps do occur with two and three dimensional artwork. The Gallery subcontracts conservation work to experienced conservators. Transportation and Storage: The Gallery subcontracts most transportation and storage needs. The Sunne Savage Gallery works with many local venders and will bid out to multiple companies. Sales: The Gallery will assist in the sales of works to finance new ventures and to build and/or add to a collection. Work can be sold to private or corporate clients, as well as at auction.
Products & Services
Adobe, Waltham, MA Aloft Hotel, Lexington, MA Anthony Belluschi Architects, Chicago, IL Bentel & Bentel Architects/Planners AIA, Locust Valley, NY Cresset Group, Boston, MA Design Urit Chaimovitz, Boston, MA Flagship Venture, Cambridge, MA Fort Point Project Management, Boston, MA Galleria at Erieview, Cleveland, OH Hearts on Fire, Boston, MA HLM Venture, Boston, MA Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation, Boston, MA Jones Lang LaSalle, Boston, MA Lahey Clinic North, Peabody, MA LeBlanc Design, Waltham, MA Margulies Perruzzi Architects, Boston, MA McGladrey, Charlestown, MA Nina Farmer Interiors, Boston, MA Park Meadow Retail Resort, Denver, CO Pearson Education, Boston, MA Pioneer Investments, Boston, MA Prezza Restaurant, Boston, MA Susan Corson Designs, Waban, MA SV Life Sciences, Boston, MA Waterplace Residences, Providence, RI W Hotel, Boston, MA Vestar Capital Partners, Boston, MA
Published on Feb 27, 2014