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VIEW ART ON YOUR TV

Reflectel Mirror Televisions use Smart TV technology so now you can imagine how beautiful your TV can be both when off as a mirror enhancing your interior decor and when on, programmed as an amazing work of art. Free source imagery is available from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in NYC, the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, and The Los Angeles Museum of Art (LACMA) to name a few. Subscription services for both still and video are like Blackdove are also available via subscription.

Closeup of Signature Leatherette Mirror TV frame in Art Mode

Consultations

Reflectel consults with our clients to find the right art source for your viewing pleasure.  Your TV now becomes a beautiful piece of art with the click of your remote. Imagine now you can view art on your TV! World class museums have made available their treasure trove of master collections from Ancient Art to Impressionist work, from 20th century European artists like Picasso or Miro; all gracing your Living Room or Great Room. Smart TVs are the new canvas for Family Photos or the amazing photography you shoot on your Iphone or Android. The beauty of Reflectel is when your TV is not being used to watch or stream your favorite content or as a world class piece of art, it is a graceful mirror. Mirror open up rooms bouncing light in all directions which elevate the beauty, harmony and balance of your interior design scheme.

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FRAMED ART ON YOUR FRAMED MIRROR TV

Reflectel established in 2013 became the foremost TV Mirror maker because of its rich history in frame design. Born from the anchor company GK Framing know industry wide as the foremost high end art framers and frame designers in NYC. Founder, Elizabeth Goldfeder’s 35 years experience working for the Museum and Gallery communities as well as top Interior Designers has given her an unprecedented set of skills to guide Reflectel clients to select the best frame for their Mirror TVs. So now Art from a Museum piece or a Family Slide show of your recent escapades or every day still life imagery you shoot, you can curate your TV to be your new canvas!

FEATURING ARTWORK FROM

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Winslow Homer, Breezing Up (A Fair Wind), 1873-1876
Winslow Homer, Breezing Up (A Fair Wind), 1873-1876

Winslow Homer, Breezing Up (A Fair Wind), 1873-1876

Ashim D'Silva, Lower Antelope Canyon, 2016

Ashim D'Silva, Lower Antelope Canyon, 2016

Katsushika Hokusai, Kintai Bridge In Suō Province, Ca. 1830

Katsushika Hokusai, Kintai Bridge in Suō Province, ca. 1830

Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, On Point, 1874

Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, On Point, 1874

Paul Klee, The Hour Before One Night, 1940

Paul Klee, The Hour Before One Night, 1940

Arthur Dove, Landscape With Houses, Ca. 1930

Arthur Dove, Landscape with Houses, ca. 1930

Claude Monet, The Doge's Palace Seen From San Giorgio Maggiore, 1908

Claude Monet, The Doge's Palace Seen from San Giorgio Maggiore, 1908

AUXILIARY PROJECTS – Video Art Streaming

Auxiliary Project, curated selection of VIDEO ART
Introducing Auxiliary Projects Video Streaming exclusive with Reflectel
  • Auxiliary Projects offers a curated selection of VIDEO ART for individual sale or by subscription
  • Created by acclaimed artists, each of these video works loops indefinitely and is compatible with all SMART TVs
  • View exhibitions at their venue in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
  • Collectors will receive a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity and a high-resolution archival file on a flash drive 
  • Please email info@reflectel.com for pricing and more information on video art
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