Making the Case for Artists

Goldman & Minton was profiled in Maryland’s Daily Record for the innovative way we support some of our clients — by showing their creative work in our office gallery which was custom designed for that purpose.

We put the expansive surfaces offered by our reclaimed industrial space at Union Mill to good use with museum quality lighting and an adjustable hanging system for two-dimensional pieces.

The article reflects our long standing commitment to promoting artists in addition to helping them protect their intellectual property.

We are pleased to have the gallery showcased. You can read the story here:


Making the Case for Artists: Revolving art gallery becomes Baltimore intellectual property law firm’s trademark.

Goldman & Minton has worked with Art Exposure for nearly 15 years to promote the work of local artists.

If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by and visit the gallery.

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3 thoughts on “Making the Case for Artists

  1. Tom Wiggins

    I really enjoyed reading this article. Having my photos hanging in your offices last year was such a pleasure. Giving local artists an opptunity to display their work in greatly appreciated! Thank you!

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