I was browsing through the Internet in search of fun and cool art pieces that are affordable and look great. I have found some really great pieces that you can spice up your wall art with.
Check out Zatista.com
Zarista offers a nice selection of a few thousand pieces from pretty well known from around the world. Zatista’s team spared no expense in building their site and offer a “view in virtual room” feature that is worth visiting for sure! Zatista has one of the best return policies I have ever seen in an online store!
Canterbury Shaker Village – Shed Door and Tree by Bill Finney
is a pioneer of online art sites. The site has been around for quite some time and features more than 1,800 artists with over 10,600 pieces of art from international artists. Kipton offers works in a wide range of media from sculptures to acrylic on wood and more.
Study of a Cognitive Landscape 46, (Mixed Media, Ink on Paper, Water Color, Drawing)
By, Kristina Nazarévskaia
Artsicle is one hot site and really has become a platform and launch pad for emerging artists in New York. These friendly folks will help you choose just the rjght peice(s) and even have financing! Pretty cool I must say!
Artspace.com is a perfect site for those that want to start an art an art collection without breaking the bank. Artspace primary offerings are limited edition art prints and photography from artists like from Takashi Murakami and Nick Cave. Artspace has partnered with some of the best galleries and museums in the world to be able to bring this amazing selection to new and seasoned collectors who can’t resist the prices and the amazing art that they are reviving and reprinting from museum archives.
By, Philip-Lorca diCorcia
Must see this site!
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