Nashville Real Estate

Artsicle: Rent an Art Collection

The excitement of holding a paddle from the Sotheby's auction house in New York.

Ooh, the excitement of holding a paddle from the Sotheby's auction house in New York!

So many people long to attend a live auction at Sotheby’s auction house. Just to visit the auction house, participate in an auction and actually purchase original works of art are events that may never happen to many people.

Owning original art, especially those of the world’s most renown artists is reserved for a few.

Introducing Artsicle.com

Peruse Artsicle.com to find about having your own original art collection - without the enormous investment traditionally required.
Peruse Artsicle.com to find about having your own original art collection – without the enormous investment traditionally required.
The quick and easy quiz gives Artsicle and idea of your art preferences. There's a "second date" quiz that digs a little deeper.

The quick and easy quiz gives Artsicle and idea of your art preferences. There's a "second date" quiz that digs a little deeper.

The art world is closer than ever with a relatively new service called Artsicle. Think of art in the same way you think of DVDs and Netflix.  Artsicle will let you sign up free and take their “discovery game” to find out your preferred art style.

This Matisse painting is estimated by Sotheby's to sell for more than $550,000.

This Matisse painting is estimated by Sotheby's to sell for more than $550,000.

Then, instead of expecting (or even hoping) that you will exchange your $500,000 for an original by Henri Matisse, they will sign you up for a private rotation of original art – monthly – shipped directly to your home.

For as little as $25/month, art collectors – of any status – can be surrounded by objects and paintings that they love….and they can help out a few artists get more exposure.

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One response

  1. Rent art! What a great concept, love it!

    November 14, 2011 at 11:12 am

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