Your Guide to Collecting

Your Guide to Prints and Multiples

Your Guide to Prints and Multiples

How do you become an art collector? The answer is simple. You start collecting art. Prints and multiples are the perfect place to start your journey as a collector.


Your Guide to Photographs

Your Guide to Photographs

How do you collect photographs? There are several factors to consider when buying photographs but you should buy what you love. Photographs invite storytelling and conversation in a way that few things do. So you should find a photograph that resonates with you, works for you, and you should put it on your wall.


You Guide to Works on Canvas

You Guide to Works on Canvas

Works on canvas are center stage in the art world. Of course, artists work in many media, from painting and printmaking to photography and beyond. There is more to art than painting and there is more to painting than canvas. But for many, the word canvas is synonymous with painting, which is synonymous with art.

Your Guide to Works on Paper

Your Guide to Works on Paper

Works on paper occupy a special place in the art world. They provide a window into an artist’s creative process and a gateway into collecting art. Many artists work through ideas on paper, like Kerry James Marshall in this study for his painting, Many Mansions. Studies like these are traces of the creative process, where artists imagine and reimagine pictorial worlds in real time. They are generally more affordable than finished works, which makes them ideal for starting your life with art.

Your Guide to Getting Started

Your Guide to Getting Started

It can be challenging to feel comfortable in traditional art world spaces, but you are part of the art world. We’re here to help you gain access. Getting started as a collector can be as simple as finding a work that you love at your price-point. That first work can help you build confidence in yourself. You have the knowledge. You have the taste. Your collection should reflect you.