James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art

James Museum | 247 Piece Installation Project

Hired to relocate its galleries from the James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida, St. Cate Fine Arts relocated, installed, and repaired hundreds of fine art pieces. Our team gives a special thank you to James Museum Curator Emily Shrider, St. Pete Moving & Storage and James Museum Curator of Art Emily Kapes for their guidance and expertise.

Opening in early 2018, James Museum of Wildlife and Western Art represents a fusion of arts appreciation brewing at the heart of Downtown St. Petersburg. The museum joins forces with major museums like the Salvador Daly Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Morean and Chihuly Collection, as well as a network of collaborate, art-focused non-profit organizations. The arts are alive in St. Pete and St. Cate Fine Arts is excited to represent the leaders in fine art collecting.

Project Details

Client Tom & Mary James Western Art Museum
Date January 2018
Skills Installation
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Experienced Professionals

With a combined twenty years of experience, Desmond Clark and Thaddeus Root have vast knowledge overseeing large art collection installations, preserving and storing art, and designing exhibition spaces like the one shown here at the James Museum. Our talented crew assists with preparing art for shipping, as well as repairing or preserving transported art.

No Project Too Small

From relocating a single statue to installing a full collection of works, the team at St. Cate Fine Arts can handle any local or nationwide project.

Our team works hand in hand with curators, art galleries, and professional artists with national and international exposure.  Our most recent projects include the relocation of a private artist’s studio, the restoration of a 35-year-old sculpture, and installations at several private fine art galleries.