Consultant at Skyline Art Services Earns Interior Designer Credentials

Contributed by Melanie Schlossberg
June 19, 2018

Skyline Art Services is pleased to share the good news that one of our consultants, Carrie Bagnall, recently passed the practicum portion of her certification exams for the Council for Interior Design Qualification. The practicum involves responding to several case studies to demonstrate sound judgements using available resources, and it evaluated by a panel of experts.

The practicum exam completes the process of becoming a certified Interior Designer, a licensed and recognized professional.

Not only has Carrie reached a remarkable professional milestone, she also is elevating the capabilities offered by Skyline Art Services. As she puts it, the expertise offered by certified interior designers – now numbering three – “proves our dedication to and ability to collaborate with the Architecture and Interior Design community, where art selection, procurement, and installation of art play a very special role.”

Carrie is also a member of IIDA and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design and Fine Art from Mount Mary University, magna cum laude. She is constantly finding new sources of inspiration and motivation – concepts such as biomimicry and sustainability – as they relate to the art field. Her recent work with Florida Women’s Hospital has been profiled in Healthcare Design Magazine.

As an EDAC advocate firm, Skyline Art is dedicated to using the power of art for the greater good. Skyline Art is the preferred turn-key art solutions firm in the US, from inspiration to installation. Working closely with their clients as partners, they have significant creative capacity and resources to deliver any project’s big expectations, while keeping an attentive eye on the details, including budget and schedule. Evidence-based results are delivered with a genuine commitment and enthusiasm to improving the needs of unique communities within hospitals, hotels, higher education, and corporate environments.