Art Commission brand creates new website

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CODAworx, the new brand recently announced by The Art Commission, launched a new website showcasing design projects that feature commissioned artwork in interior and architectural spaces.

CODAworx (Collaboration of Design + Art) is open to participation by all members of a design team, including artists, architects, interior designers, art consultants and industry resources. The mission of the new site is to encourage collaboration between artists and design professionals, bring greater visibility to their collaborative projects, and celebrate these projects with a global audience.

CODAworx builds on the original conceit of The Art Commission, which served as a marketing platform for commission artists. CODAworx.com will continue to showcase the largest collection of leading commission artists with a full artwork search function, but will also expand to allow any member of a design team to upload images of projects where commissioned artwork has been incorporated into commercial, healthcare, hospitality, institutional, landscape, liturgical, public, or residential spaces. Each project lists all members of the design team, who may join the site and be included in a directory of people and firms, with personalized profiles and contact information.

“Our goal is to create on online experience where members of the creative community can connect and collaborate,” said CODAworx CEO Toni Sikes, in a statement. “The CODAworx website creates a new home in cyberspace, with substantial online resources for artists, design professionals, and industry resources. We want to make virtual visits as exciting, informative, and productive as possible.”

For information, visit www.codaworx.com.

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