Curtis Jere was established in California in 1964 by brothers-in-laws Jerry Fels and Curtis Freiler. Before furniture, the duo had a costume jewelry business, Renoir & Matisse, which was destroyed in a fire in 1963. Soon after they turned to decor and established the brand of Artisan House. Curtis Jere was the name designated to their metal decor line. Our most favorite thing about Curtis Jere? Their self described goal, which is to produce “gallery-quality art for the masses.” Here is a motto that we can really get behind. The brand and its work became an instant rage and we totally get why. Curtis Jere wall sculptures are a work of art. They can add a touch of glam without being too obtrusive. If you haven’t kept a houseplant alive for more than a few weeks but love the idea of plants as decor, Curtis Jere have the perfect solution for you: their Brutalist plant hangings—think palm trees, dandelions, willow trees a more. Using a Curtis Jere their wall sculptures or one of their gilded mirrors will liven up any wall. Curtis Jere wall art can hold its own among other arrangements while also having enough personality to comfortably be the sole adornment. If you love the idea of wall art, but are looking for something more traditional but with a twist, check out Mid-Century Modern Art on Chairish.