As a boutique interiors company, The Staged Collective believes that well thought-out design and staging only achieves a livable look when all elements reflect an attitude of pieces collected over time. Because of this, The Staged Collective works with a select group of artists whose work communicate culture and complement a space's light and architecture. Current artists include:
Mackenzie Canlis is a fine art photographer who creates images for both commercial and residential spaces. Her career began working alongside her icon Mary Ellen Mark in both Mexico and New York. Recent clients include The Nomad Hotel, The Sydell Group, The UN and Sony Records. Residing in Seattle, she most enjoys creating artwork for private clients' homes.
A Dallas native, Artist Steve Lawrence is both a self-taught artist with a classical education, Steve - who studied art history in Rome and both photography and gross anatomy in college - gravitated naturally to art production. Steve's work has been featured in publications as well as over 40 venues throughout North Texas and he has collectors worldwide. Through a unique process of applying plaster and acrylic paint on board, Steve achieves original textural effects with electric coloration with a result that either blends in or commands attention in their space.
Huda is an International Artist based in Dallas. Through her work she explores and experiments with textures and natural mediums from Sudan to create layers of textures and stories from her experiences around the world. She currently has prints for sale at Crate and Barrel and has been featured in British Vogue.