Want to Own a Work of Art?

Do you have posters of famous works of art on your wall, and would you like to replace them with real paintings? This can be done. Art is no longer just something that hangs in galleries, museums, and in very rich people’s homes.

Paintings by masters like Van Gogh, Picasso and Frida Kahlo will probably always be in an exorbitant price range, but there are myriads¬†of less known or “undiscovered” talented artists who produce amazing works of art. And just because these artists have not yet achieved stardom, their works are purchased at more affordable prices, to the benefit of all of us who love to watch exciting, beautiful, colorful, provocative, inspiring, or dramatic art!

But how do you find them, without spending weekend after weekend visiting galleries in search for a painting that you like? Affordable Art Fair, founded by a Scotsman called Will Ramsay, exhibits and sells works by unknown artists. And, as the name says, at affordable prices. The fair is held at different times of year in different countries and cities. The next one in Europe is 7-10 February 2014 in Brussels.

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These nice old ladies are not from the fair, but from my own portfolio. Just for fun…smiley

 

 

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I am a Danish writer, journalist, and communications specialist. After several years in The Netherlands, I am back in my home country, with one foot in London. I hold a M.Sc. in International Business Administration and Modern Languages, and I have brushed up my skills through studies at Webster University and London School of Journalism. I have worked with communications and business development most of my life. I do freelance work (English and Danish), and I write for pleasure. Most of my stories are about places and people I encounter on journeys around the world. I have an eye for cultural and social subtleties, and I am especially interested in travel, the environment, and the arts. Drop me a line if you want to hire me, or if you have a question or comment. And feel free to follow me on Twitter, Bloglovin' and Instagram.
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