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ArtHaus announces a new hybrid model for doing gallery business. A more personalized, digitally enhanced approach will launch on September 1, as the brick and mortar gallery component of the business will no longer exist (as of August 31). In 2020, we embraced doing business in new ways that led to this decision. Thank you to everyone who supported ArtHaus in one of our best years yet!

Beginning September 1, ArtHaus Principal Annette Schutz will lead ArtHaus into this new collaborative evolution where she will continue to represent artists and curate pop-ups, while working with collectors, interior designers and architects – as James Bacchi begins a new venture in Palm Springs as James Bacchi Contemporary.

This is an exciting time for ArtHaus as we continue to best represent our talented artists, while working closely with the art community.


ArtHaus clients range from first-time buyers to more established collectors and corporations. In addition to representing and exhibiting works by ArtHaus Gallery Artists, we provide clients with a wealth of artwork options in all media.

Since 1996, ArtHaus has collaborated with a wide array of clients, architects and designers to curate art that adheres to budget guidelines, personal collecting objectives, individual taste and corporate culture.

Whether you or your organization are acquiring artwork for a few select areas or for an expansive space, our knowledge of the art market, extensive pool of outside resources and relationships with artists and private dealers make ArtHaus a national and international source for all of your artwork needs.


Artwork acquisition
Project management
Placement of art
Professional framing
Packing, crating and shipping (global)

Designer: Arthur McLaughlin Design
Artist: Paul Morin
Photography: R. Brad Knipstein

Designer: Julie Rootes Interiors
Artist: John Wood
Photography: Paul Dyer