What are you getting your mom? You can look at the internet, or read a book, or go to a museum. But if you want a present that’s cheaper than an Internet and more fun than a book, consider going to an art sale.
The secret gift that can be yours: A blog about upcoming holiday art sales and pieces. The blog will also include links to articles and other resources.
The blog itself will be free, but if you’d like to support the author’s efforts in gathering information and creating the blog, please click here.
Art is a billion dollar industry and the art sales are one of the most interesting events during holiday season. This blog will focus on upcoming art sales and pieces that you should know about.
The art sales will have a lot of great pieces you will enjoy. Some of these pieces might be sold out before they even start, so it is important to get to know them beforehand. I am going to post information about each piece, including size, year made, artist or company name, theme, style, and price range.
Towards the end of December I will post my top choices for best artwork and why I chose them. I hope that you will find this information useful and be able to purchase some great pieces from these sales. Please comment with any thoughts or suggestions.*
Whether you are an artist, a collector, or both (like me), holiday art sales can be a great opportunity to find some amazing pieces. For the artists and collectors, this is a great way to get your hands on some items that may have been sold out for several months. I’ve gotten some beautiful pieces from these sales over the years. One of my favorites is still with me; I bought it from a contemporary furniture art sale in December of 2002.
That piece is an abstract sculpture – it’s either made from steel or iron – that’s about two feet tall and two feet wide. It weighs about 50 pounds and has a wood stand attached to it (which adds another 6 inches). It’s very simple in its design – just a series of curving lines that flow into one another – but it has a really nice feel to it. I have it placed behind my desk in my office so that I can look at it while working. It was expensive, but I don’t regret buying it at all – especially given the fact that when I bought it, it was made by an artist who had only been selling her work for about three months! As someone who collects art, this was a great opportunity to buy something that hadn’t gone up in price yet
Holiday seasons are here again and the art world takes no time off. We will be featuring different sales, auction houses, galleries and more.
Art is always best when it comes to gifting and what could be better than giving a piece of artwork to a loved one.
We will be featuring upcoming art sales, pieces that we like and more.
Enjoy the read!
There is a lot of art for sale on the internet. That is especially true around Christmas, when people are looking for presents to buy online. This blog reviews art pieces that are available online. There is no doubt that it will help anyone who wants to buy art this holiday to find some great pieces and buy them at good prices.
It’s a blog about art. But not just any art. It’s about great art for sale, and the best way to get it for a good price. It tracks the sales of old masters, impressionist paintings and other works of fine art.
Designers and artists love to collect this genre of works. This blog makes it easier to find such pieces and have them grace your home or office.
High-end antique dealers tend to know when there are incredible art sales coming up and they share their wisdom with readers here. You’ll be able to find out what’s going on in the world of fine art before it hits the newsstands or websites.
Blog readers will also learn how they can invest in this wonderful but sometimes volatile market, which is filled with pitfalls for people who don’t know what they’re doing. Blog author Jake Ling will steer readers toward experts who can help them avoid these pitfalls and make smart decisions about buying rare works of fine art online.
*A word about that author: Jake Ling is an internationally acclaimed expert in fine arts and luxury goods sales, marketing, authenticity verification and more.*