After a visit to Italy in 2006, artist Sargam Griffin switched her focus to large abstract paintings that played with light. Now the artist is shifting her attention to another medium altogether—doors. Sargam Griffin Contemporary ArtDoors turn Griffin’s canvasses into works of architectural splendor. Her Limited Edition ArtDoors are based on ten different paintings: Palatino, Armoni, Musei, Rossina, Nasato, Scopello, Cefalu, Ferrara, Taramino, and Ostilia.
Rossina Limited Edition Sargam Griffin Contemporary ArtDoor. Designed by Sargam Griffin. Manufactured by Liberty Valley Doors.
Abstract Paintings Turn Industrial Doors into Works of Art
Each original work of art is translated on a maximum of 75 ArtDoors that include a certificate of authenticity. With different colors and patterns, every Sargam Griffin door captures a powerful mood: “These cutting edge doors will energize any public or private contemporary setting.” Rossina features intense reds with cream and gold, capturing a kinetic and dramatic state. Armoni is dominated by aqua and marine blues against a cloudy background of white and gray, creating a dreamy landscape. And Nasato is a study of black and white with an unexpected dash of umber, offering a peaceful, almost Zen-like quality.
Sargam Griffin Contemporary ArtDoors are created by the artisans at Liberty Valley Doors in Sonoma County, California, a company that operates on 100 percent solar power. The doors begin as industrial door panels. Then they can be customized to work as sliding, hinged, or pivoting doors with either high-gloss or low-sheen finishes. The doors can also include a perimeter frame of mitered brushed aluminum for an additional cost. If you want something completely unique, the artist can create an original painting as well. Whichever design you choose, Sargam Griffin Contemporary ArtDoors turn an entryway into a gallery, so people who cross a threshold enter a fantastic realm.
About the Designer: Sargam Griffin is a visual artist who paints large abstract paintings. Born and raised in Germany, Griffin now lives and works amongst the vineyards in Healdsburg, California. She founded ArtDoors as a way to integrate art and architecture, and to give life to her canvasses, which “possess a quality of dynamic illumination.”