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Livia Fălcaru is an illustrator and visual artist currently living and working in Bucharest, Romania. Her work is above all influenced by her personal experiences as a woman living in these times. The Romanian artist often finds herself fascinated by daily life and the emotions we might all feel but never care to mention. Although her illustrations are immersed in cheerful colors, the subjects approached are usually an in-depth view of raw emotions and realities, that ultimately serve as a medium for real and honest communication.
From art prints to wall hangings, posters and even embroidered tapestries, Urban Outfitters has an array of choices in all shapes and sizes. The beloved carefree boho vibe of UO comes through in their inventory of photographs, abstract prints and poster size messaging. All the frames are made in the United States using mostly recycled woods. Look out for UO-exclusive prints which feature special artist collaborations.
World Market is a treasure trove of goods from food, furniture to accessories including wall art. While it is a smaller category on the site, it does offer a wide variety, including wall hangings, art sets and even wallpaper. The largest categories of prints are abstract with florals and botanicals but most options falls under the four featured artists which is where you should start. There is plenty of the vintage-style and traditional genres represented but also more unique options like white faux deer skull wall decor.
For a fine-tuned shopping experience where you might be tempted to explore other categories beyond art, then 1stDibs is absolutely worth a visit. The online marketplace features carefully vetted sellers showcasing their high-style wares, with new pieces added weekly. The unique platform allows buyers the opportunity to interact with the seller and negotiate pricing as well as any special requests before purchase. You will find all categories represented from photography, sculpture, mixed media, paintings and prints. Figurative and abstract styles have the largest quantities.
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Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center features the works of over 100 Michigan artists. From fine art to fine craft, the Gallery boasts a large collection of exceptional Michigan-made jewelry, glass, sculpture, paintings, pottery, and wearable art.
In addition, the Gallery offers a lease-to-own program, which is a great advantage for artists and patrons alike. It provides support to Michigan artists and offers the art collector a broad selection of fine art available on easy terms. Clients may lease artwork for up to 6 months, with monthly payments. At the end of six months, they may return the artwork and owe nothing more. If they choose to keep the artwork, they may deduct 100% of the lease payments from the purchase price, pay the balance, and own the artwork.
Figurative-abstract art on your shopping list Try the post-modern bG Gallery where anything goes. Find prints, photographs and gifts; as well as one-off originals that defy definition; or buy tickets to the bG After Hours program, featuring live music, artist workshops, talks and more.
With locations in Malibu, Miami and Santa Monica, Flower + Hewes is a renowned contemporary gallery, famous for its carefully-curated collection of bold fine art. Located within the grounds of the luxurious Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel, browse its global offerings of jewelry, glass sculptures and one-of-a-kind wall art by international artists.
Browse a wide collection of preloved art at the Santa Monica Outdoor Antique and Flea Market, held every first and fourth Sunday of the month, from 8am to 3pm at the Santa Monica Airport. From collector items to original vintage prints, artsy lighting, to tribal artifacts, its stalls and dealers run the full gamut.
Before you visit, make sure you are currently not exhibiting symptoms consistent with COVID-19. If you become ill or learn that you have been exposed, please contact us at 414-224-3200 or email@example.com to reschedule your visit or arrange a refund.
The ArtPack Station, located on the Entrance Level, is always available during Museum hours. Here, families can pick up free Family Guides and Museum Moments Cards for exploring art and architecture. Families can also borrow picture books, SketchPacks for drawing in the galleries, costumes, and ArtPacks designed to help kids interact with the textures, shapes, and colors found in the galleries.
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We are often amazed when we see rich people buying paintings for millions of dollars. But, have you ever wondered why they pay such a ridiculous amount of money for art The reason might not lie in the art, but in Taxes. Let me explain -
Let's say you are a billionaire and you don't want to pay millions in taxes. So to avoid this, you will buy a painting worth $20 million. Then, you send the painting you purchased directly to a freeport, to avoid paying both sales and use tax.
Sales Tax - Sales tax has to be paid in the country in which the sale occurs. If the artwork is sold by the collector, dealer, gallery, or auction house, the seller will collect the tax from the buyer and then transfer it to the government.
This is how the value of painting gets blown out of proportion. So if you think you're the only one who can't understand the valuation of these paintings, just remember, in most cases, it has nothing to do with the painting.
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The Umbrella Arts Gallery is excited to launch our online gallery! In addition to seeing what's on view in our various gallery exhibitions, patrons of the arts can purchase beautiful work and merchandise while supporting our mission and work in our community throughout the year. To see our current work on exhibition and for sale, head to our online gallery!
Commission from your purchases funds our ability to offer accessible and engaging public programs including artist talks, demonstrations, skill shares, workshops as part of exhibiting contemporary, expressive and interactive work. Your purchase also directly supports a working artist in our community and the region, embedded with their creativity, craftsmanship, and stories. We hope this platform can help our gallery programs lead with access to the arts and education at the core of our mission, while in turn strengthening the creative economy and our operations.
This new online platform will support our working Studio Artists by connecting them with potential patrons in addition to professional development programming and resources. We look forward to building our roster of artists under our Umbrella!
For gallery sales inquiries, contact our Visual Arts Manager Stephanie Marlin-Curiel at 978-371-0820 x205 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that all purchases must be picked up at our physical location, 40 Stow Street, Concord, MA 01742.
Originalswill always cost more and have a higher resale value than a print by the same artist as they take longer to create. However, if an artist releases a print in a very low run, demand, and therefore resale value, is likely to increase.