Find art with value is both personal and objective. Any knowledgeable art muse will tell you that great art is not always delivered by famous artists. And, if you believe that valuable art is high priced, you are seeing only part of the picture. Strive to find art that has been created with great artistic sensitivity and consummate skill, that you enjoy and has the potential to stand the test of time. Only then will it be preserved by caregivers, maintain value, and have a chance to participate in art history. And be sure to start with painter Renee Radell, our featured artist for good reason!
Benefits await those who correctly judge and collect great art. For high art collectors, it is the enjoyment for personal and shared use of imagery that lives and will not grow stale with time. For art investors, art value and financial benefits may accrue through adept acquisitions at reasonable prices. In either case, a well conceived collecting strategy using a disciplined approach to pricing, when properly maintained and documented, is an investment in your own enjoyment, has the most potential for asset appreciation, and will benefit future generations. Contact us for a free consultation.
We take the role of art muse seriously. We first understand the needs of our clients and projects, to which we apply considerable skills at art market research, valuation analysis and strategic planning to form a path to success. If the mission is to find or sell art, we discreetly access a deep international art network to find the best available artworks and buyers at a fair price. We also offer original publications and undertake publishing projects such as high quality artbooks, industry reports, catalogs and even camera-ready business plans for those with a nose for art business!