New York Times Art News: Collecting and Selling Original Artwork
There have been some very interesting articles published recently in the New York Times that provide insightful ideas and resources for collecting and selling original and limited edition artwork.
Image: After the Storm @ Sunset
Art is an essential item for every interior. Not only does artwork pull a room together visually, it also helps express who you are by displaying your unique style. However, there is often a certain level of anxiety that surrounds our pursuit of finding artwork. This can be caused by anything from being bashful about explicitly expressing our style on our walls for everyone who visits to see, to simply not knowing what kind of artwork you particularly like.
Image: Masquerade by Tony P
If you can sympathize, take a look at the articles below. And, let me help calm your anxiety with a not-so-subtle suggestion of where to find artwork from some of the top independent, emerging and established artists from around the world.
Note: In order to read the complete stories, you may need to register with the New York Times, which is free and relatively quick and easy.
By Joyce Walder
Many would-be art buyers are intimidated by galleries, worried about making unfashionable choices or otherwise unable to commit to a purchase.
By Julie Scelfo
Jen Bekman’s goals include encouraging a broader swath of people to feel comfortable buying art.
Visit Imagekind to:
Shop Wall Art Prints & Posters | Frame Photos & Print on Canvas | Sell Art & Photography Online