ART COLLECTION

ENJOY. COLLECT. INVEST.

Don’t know? Type in the first word that comes to mind.

CATEGORY

A painting, a multiple or a drawing perhaps?

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Categories are best described as “different kinds of art”. The most popular categories are PAINTINGS and PRINTS. But don’t limited yourself to those. You would be missing out on so much more extraordinary art. 

For example, have a look at MULTIPLES. Multiples are limited edition art objects. They can range from tea towels to face masks. Great to add to your collection. 

Or, have a look at MIXED MEDIA. Literally, a mixture of different mediums. Just a couple examples: Acrylic paint on book pages, giclee print hand finished with acrylic  and so on. 

RARITY

One of a kind or limited to just a couple?

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UNIQUE works of art, also known as originals, are uniquely crafted artworks. The artist made only one of these pieces. It’s truly one of a kind. 

LIMITED EDITIONS are very common in the artworld. Especially limited edition copies of a unique work. It’s the artist’s way of making sure that the work is available for many to enjoy and collect. 

Unique works of art are, most of the time, more expensive compared to limited editions. The reason? That’s quite simple. There is only one of them. Some unique artworks take months to create. So, it stands to reason that the artist wants a bit more for it.

If you’re looking for a more affordable work of art, go for a limited edition. Don’t think this is second best. The quality of limited editions is so high that it’s hard to distinguish them from the originals work. And, there are a lot more to choose from. 

STYLE

There are no wrong choices

SIZE

On the living room wall or on the night stand. Choose the right size.

TINY
max size
25 x 25 cm
10 x 10 inch
small
max size
50 X 50 cm
20 x 20 inch
medium
max size
75 X 75 cm
30 x 30 inch
large
max size
100 X 100 cm
40 x 40 inch
huge
min size
100 X 100 cm
40 x 40 inch

the exact measurements are listed with each artwork

COLOUR

Which colour should definitely be in your work of art?

PRICE

You don’t have to spend big to collect great art.

ORIENTATION

Square, landscape or portrait?

SUBJECT

Animals? People? Royalty? There is plenty of choice.

THEME

Art with a message.

MATERIAL

A stunning work on canvas or a fine print on museum grade paper?

MEDIUM

Every artist uses its won medium to create.