- Mountain West
166 total artworks
7 original commissions
1 light installation
166 total artworks
7 original commissions
1 light installation
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A unique boutique hotel in the central business district of Denver, Le Méridien / AC Denver is the first ever global duo-branded luxury lifestyle Marriott and Starwood hotel. These joined boutique hotels embody a sense of duality in their incorporation of both masculine, bold and raw, with femin...
Our curating team curated an art program for Saint Joseph Hospital’s new facility that promotes a healing and spiritually nourishing experience reflective of the hospital’s brand and mission for the communities it serves. As a faith-based healthcare organization, Saint Joseph Hospital recogni...
The mission of Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Student Academic Success Center (SASC) is to provide a holistic approach to student development, learning, and persistence towards academic and personal goal attainment. NINE dot ARTS, working in tandem with...
Originally developed by Boston University (BU), Hotel Commonwealth first reinvigorated Kenmore Square in 2003. With the renovation and expansion beginning in 2014, the boutique hotel’s modern and eclectic aesthetic nods to Boston’s colonial roots, New Englan...
Sometimes it’s difficult to create a sense of energy in an art collection. Sometimes it’s part of the brand and just comes naturally. Inspired by FourPoint Energy’s energy exploration and entrepreneurial spirit, NINE dot ARTS worked closely with the company’s CEO and their top geologist...
With its move out of the Gates Company headquarters, the Gates Family Foundation wanted its new office to exemplify its mission and reflect its investments in projects and organizations which have a meaningful impact and enhance the quality of life in Colorado. This brand...
Union Denver by Holland Partners delivers respite in a centralized, historic transit-oriented hub. An apartment building housing nearly 600 units, Union Denver took inspiration from modern boutique hotels, nearby rail yards, and historic Union Station. The art collection ...
The Ramble Hotel, the first hotel in Denver’s booming River North (RiNo) neighborhood, opened with a specific type of traveler in mind: those who like to wander without a destination (i.e. to ramble) and who appreciate timeless ele...
St Paul Collection draws inspiration from the distinctive energy of Denver’s Cherry Creek district and tells a story of life, warmth, and luxury. The art collection at this luxury residence rivals that of a five-star hotel or even a museum. It’s an innovative approach to a collection housed...
The Curtis Hotel is a boutique Denver hotel located in the lively Theater District. This quirky and creative hotel offers a unique guest experience that combines a nostalgic essence of pop culture with comfortable, modern design. As part of Sage Hospitality’s art initiative, this garage mural...
“Within hours of our new, local art collection being installed, we had guests asking about it. The artwork gets people to stop. They really look and think about it. Our collection has been a huge guest engagement point for the hotel and truly highlights Austin’s creative community.” ”- James Prendeville, General Manager, Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Austin
“NINE dot ARTS continues to exceed my expectations. As curators, their ability to identify and source artworks that are immersive and experiential has helped make our property a unique destination.”- Chad Mcwhinney, CEO and Co-founder, Mcwhinney
“NINE dot ARTS did an amazing job finding pieces that tell a story and communicate who we are as a philanthropic organization. The art in our office is a source of joy and pride, and is an essential part of the character of a space that is used by many, many community organizations.”- Thomas A. Gougeon, President, Gates Family Foundation
“The NINE dot ARTS discovery process made creating a custom art collection, a seemingly daunting task, simple and fun. They truly understood our business and how to visually express what we do in unique and meaningful ways. Their knowledge of the art industry combined with their experience and countless local and national connections are extremely impressive.”- Jenna Samek, Director Corporate Communications, Fourpoint Energy
“NINE dot ARTS was great to work with and made the art selection fun while capturing our story. They captured not only our image, culture and diversity but also those things that are outside the box that make the project feel right.”- Gary Branch, Director of Construction, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children
“Our ability to create authentic experiences for our guests is a key differentiator against our competition, and the art program that NINE dot ARTS created is a prime example. Much of the art comes from current Boston University (BU) students and alumni, which really connects with our guests. As a result, we continue to grow our share of business from BU.”- Adam Sperling, General Manager, Hotel Commonwealth
When you’re born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, genteel grace and charm are just a natural byproduct of your upbringing. But Martha’s deep understanding of the art business and tenacious drive for business success are something all her own. As our CEO and Co-Founder of NINE dot ARTS, Martha oversees business planning, company finances, marketing and sales, team development, and is basically our head cheerleader and evangelist to the world. Martha left Alabama at 18 to expand her horizons and graduated from Colorado State University with a dual major – Communications and Fine Arts – to launch her journey. With her two diplomas in hand, she started her career with Walker Fine Art gallery in Denver, then moved on to the most prestigious art consulting firm (at the time) in the region, McGrath and Braun, from which NINE dot ARTS was born. Martha loves the business of art and finds tremendous satisfaction in helping new and emerging artists discover that you can actually get paid for your talent. She also loves using both sides of her brain on a daily basis, which can mean touring an amazing new NINE dot ARTS art experience in the morning and reviewing equally inspiring spreadsheets in the afternoon. When she’s not bouncing from meeting to meeting around our office, talking to movers and shakers in the art world, or giving high fives (with a handmade artistic hand, naturally) to team members, you might find her shopping at estate sales, urban hiking, listening to podcasts and audiobooks, or making cool stuff with her three art loving children.
Martha supports the art community by: currently serving on the Board of the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts and serving as Executive Director for Union Hall. Past experiences include lecturer for the Americans for the Arts conference in San Francisco on Art & Placemaking, serving on the Planning Committee for Stuart Semple’s Happy City, speaking on the CBCA Arts and Real Estate Panel, lecturer for the artist education series, Moxie U, and lecturer on Artist professional development for the Pueblo Economic Development Council.