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Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 10:52 pm
by Banorama
Thanks for the info. ;)

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 3:07 am
by MinusOneMoose
Couple in UK

ContemporarySix: http://www.contemporarysix.co.uk - Found this place yesterday, there is a few Jon Burgerman pieces in here and Alex the guy who owns the place said he has more available to view on appointment.

http://www.whitewallgalleries.com
http://www.castlegalleries.com/

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Mon Apr 09, 2012 4:26 pm
by spungee
may i introduce you to one of my most favorite artists, martin harris?

http://www.martinharrisart.com/

no affiliation between martin and i; i've just been collecting his work for a couple of years now. i finally purchased my first original of his earlier this year. it's a small but lovely work named 'beatrice and the teapot genie" and was part of his most recent show, "toytown tales".

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 7:21 pm
by LinaYoung
Ooh, I recommend a lovely art shop where you can buy fine art - http://www.jolini.com.
I think it's a UK one, can't be sure though.
I've already bought two artworks on their online gallery - beautiful. & great canvas quality as well

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Mon Jul 30, 2012 8:30 pm
by harm
http://www.theblackbookgallery.com/

my fave gallery in the Santa Fe drive art district in Denver Colorado, lots of cool exhibits, the owner is surprisingly not the friendliest to customers, feels like 'your in my gallery, so what?' which i find strange because his gallery has so much personality and i got to meet Alex Pardee there for a signing.

anyway my new fave Denver artist is Ravi Zupa, wish i knew about this exhibit at the time, definitely wouldve bought a print, now i gotta see if i can get lucky and score one for a decent price.

(sick pics at the bottom of this link)
http://www.theblackbookgallery.com/arti ... suspended/

(newer prints)
http://www.theoutsiders.net/artist/ravi-zupa

articles:
http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2 ... _shots.php

http://www.illiteratemedia.com/featured/69

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:36 pm
by Letitia25
Maybe, someone like custom Artwork.

Choose your favorite pictures or works for prints on canvas go to http://www.canvasphotoonline.com.

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 10:42 am
by Memetic
harm wrote:http://www.theblackbookgallery.com/

my fave gallery in the Santa Fe drive art district in Denver Colorado, lots of cool exhibits, the owner is surprisingly not the friendliest to customers, feels like 'your in my gallery, so what?' which i find strange because his gallery has so much personality and i got to meet Alex Pardee there for a signing.

anyway my new fave Denver artist is Ravi Zupa, wish i knew about this exhibit at the time, definitely wouldve bought a print, now i gotta see if i can get lucky and score one for a decent price.

(sick pics at the bottom of this link)
http://www.theblackbookgallery.com/arti ... suspended/

(newer prints)
http://www.theoutsiders.net/artist/ravi-zupa

articles:
http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2 ... _shots.php

http://www.illiteratemedia.com/featured/69


Nice!! Gonna have to check that gallery out.

I'll get this list updated today sometime

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 10:01 am
by michelleh1
Holy moly! Definitely hard to beat Memetic's list. :)

I'll add a couple more though, because these are my personal favorites:

http://www.hlphotogallery.com
http://fineartamerica.com/
http://www.artnet.com/

Good luck in your endeavors!

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Sun Nov 11, 2012 12:55 pm
by Saferous
I'm seeing all these link resources. In art school we are researching art collectives, neighborhoods, and non-profits. I've been struggling to come up with hits that apply to the pop-surrealism, toy art world. Any suggestions or links?

~V

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Thu May 09, 2013 4:35 pm
by masonhayutin
market two by gallery M is also the best option of selling and buying fine art online.

http://www.markettwo.com/

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 10:44 pm
by Devz
I sell art on my site, I also take commission requests so if anyone wants any oil paintings of superheros or what have you, just drop me a line on my site, http://www.iamartworks.com

thanks!

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Tue Oct 28, 2014 11:08 pm
by diseasedandderanged
Sweet!! yall can check out my work at http://diseasedandderanged.tumblr.com/

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Thu Apr 02, 2015 2:46 am
by PlasticLife
Gallery/Shop in Amsterdam: http://www.kochxbos.nl/

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Wed Apr 15, 2015 5:29 pm
by gewoonBB
http://shop.magnasoma.com/

^ these are insane imo...would've copped already, but the sizes aren't standard for frames, so an additional custom frame makes it a bit too expensive for my liking atm, but the monolith I is def on my wish list

Re: <><>Where to Buy "Fine Art"<><

Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2015 7:23 am
by EpicTank
harm wrote:http://www.theblackbookgallery.com/

my fave gallery in the Santa Fe drive art district in Denver Colorado, lots of cool exhibits, the owner is surprisingly not the friendliest to customers, feels like 'your in my gallery, so what?' which i find strange because his gallery has so much personality and i got to meet Alex Pardee there for a signing.

anyway my new fave Denver artist is Ravi Zupa, wish i knew about this exhibit at the time, definitely wouldve bought a print, now i gotta see if i can get lucky and score one for a decent price.

(sick pics at the bottom of this link)
http://www.theblackbookgallery.com/arti ... suspended/

(newer prints)
http://www.theoutsiders.net/artist/ravi-zupa

articles:
http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2 ... _shots.php

http://www.illiteratemedia.com/featured/69

The Black book gallery is a good one,

Really, the best way to do it is when you discover some cool art you go straight to the artists website. that will either lead you to a email to them or direct sales or info about current and past exhibitions. then you check the past and current because galleries always have old inventory. plus they will usually give you deals on stuff that they haven't been able to get rid of.

Just email the gallery or the artist and ask if they have a catalogue of available works. and be ready to drop some cash!!!!

Check my Instagram, im building a small collection. I'll be at Josh Keyes preview opening tonight.

Insta: https://instagram.com/big.los.lives/