Art generates cash – Art investment: get a slice of the pie
Asia appears to be buying lots of new art
The art market seems to be a recession proof market with prices going up and up – maybe it is time to invest?
Alternative forms of investment other than traditional forms of investments in stocks, bonds, cash, or property, could be a way of ‘bucking the trend’. The term ‘Alternative’ is a relatively loose one and includes tangible (?) assets such as art, wine, antiques, coins, or stamps. Why not invest in your own Art Business?
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Original painting by Peter Bright.
Media: Painting and Screen Print on canvas, signed and dated.
Price includes frame.
Size: 403mm x 503mm
“Allergy #11″ was started in November 2003 and completed in April 2011. This painting was originally created for a solo exhibition in The Queen’s Theatre during 2003 but was not exhibited due to lack of wall space.
1978: I once had a girlfriend called Anne who wore ‘Charlie’ perfume. Every time we came close I sneezed. This was not conducive to a passionate affair. Her ‘big’ permed hair and ‘page three’ figure was always out of reach, until we discovered I was allergic to her bottled smell….later we discovered I was allergic to latex.
Allergy #11 – £538.08
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