As we go through our business day,
we come across ideas that push the boundaries of DIY.
This month we are beta-testing an art feature, courtesy of my friend, founder and Art Director, Jennifer Wallace of nAscent Art.
Often, the bar to purchasing art for a home is not necessarily its cost, but feeling comfortable that the work has meaning to you, and that you’re not overpaying.
I’ve found that nAscent Art New York lowers the bar for entry, working
with emerging artists in New York City, from which they are finding and offering
work, ranging in budget from $300 – $10,000.
Jennifer writes, “We have a great variety of artists we work with. Every time I sit down with someone , they love at least a few of the artists we work with. After having a great experience, a client will tell a friend about us and their friend will have completely different taste yet they will find several artists they love.”
nAscent has taken this notion of affordable, (budget $20-5000)
top quality art by opening
helping you start, or build, your art collection at an even more reasonable starting point.
You can learn about the art scene in NYC via an online magazine with art articles every weekday, including news, videos, NYC gallery recommendations, artist interviews, guest contributors, and more. At The Bare Square you’ll find
The Bare Square Store
where you can shop limited edition fine art prints, too.
We’d be delighted to hear what you think about doing a monthly Art Feature.
Culture is such a rich and important part of life in NYC.
Without it, things would be far less interesting!
Perhaps these ideas will get you out to buy some original art!