The client base of Rollins Fine Art is very diverse. Below are several recent projects which demonstrate the company’s ability to satisfy the needs of the most discerning customers, on any scale.
Rollins Fine Art, in cooperation with Interior Designer Elaine Stewart, referred stained glass artist Lenn Neff to a innovative residential project in South Florida. For this project Lenn utilized stained glass panels and neon tubing to achieve a sustainable, low-energy design that will last the life of the home.
Rollins Fine Art, in cooperation with the City of St. Petersburg, facilitated the relocation of this monumental sculpture to South Straub Park. 'Big Max' is a 33' high x 75' long x 38' wide steel work by internationally acclaimed sculptor John Henry. Henry's work will be located in St. Petersburg for an 18-month period, and may become a permanent installation if the private sector comes forward with funding for city acquisition.
This monumental project was developed in concert with the City of Tampa’s public art program and the developer, Element, LLC. Conceptualized by sculptor Eric Higgs, the work is titled “Conversations”. The installation includes 120 laser cut aluminum panels, coated with Tnemec paint and illuminated with LED Starbar Intelligent Lighting System fixtures (custom designed and built by LumaStream, LLC.) The installation is 60 feet tall and located at twelve locations around the building. This complicated project was overseen and coordinated by Rollins Fine Art.