Posts in collecting art
Spectrum of Light

Rotem Reshef works rather physically with her works, pouring various watercolors down onto her canvas on the floor. Her works are known for their expressive and vibrant use of color. Through techniques such as pouring, incorporating both organic and manufactured objects layered into her works, and creating three dimensional pieces, Reshef aims to create a discussion about the planet and her works tie back to not only how the seasons represent a passing of time, but also tie into themes of global warming and how these individual seasons ultimately work together.

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The Importance of Art in Real Estate

Last week, I sat down with Joe Killinger from CBI Commercial to talk about the importance of Art in Real Estate.  The 11 minute video provides insight into my unique process with tips on how one can enhance the value of one’s own home. Joe and I also discussed the process I suggest in order to enhance properties for lease, for sale (both commercial and residential) in order to help the property (or project) sell more quickly.  To schedule an appointment and consultation, connect with me to get started.

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‘Conscious ShifT’ Celebrates Nature & Mindfulness

My next L.A. exhibition, “Conscious Shift” dives deep into the need for elevated consciousness for improved health, wellness and the importance of staying connected to nature. The roster of local and international artists directly reference aspects of global warming, nature, wellness, mental health, and cohesively express how all living beings are connected on earth. I’m really proud of the group of artists and the opportunity to share this body of work with you. The image above by Theodore Boyer speaks to creating balance and harmony between the masculine and feminine. Feel free to contact me for a sneak peek of the artists and learn more!

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ART HOUSED

I’m honored to have been interviewed by Allison Berg for the June issue of Hamptons Magazine. The article breaks down 30 of my favorite artists to collect for three popular Hamptons-style homes: Postmodern Barn, Traditional Shingle, and Contemporary. I began exhibiting young artists from the School of Visual Arts New York in a Wall Street space in 2010 and as uptown collectors migrated downtown to view the art, I witnessed many becoming interested in acquiring the real estate that housed it. Since that time, I seized the moment to differentiate myself from the mushrooming field of art advisers. For over a decade, I’ve been creating beautiful art collections to enhance real estate.

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How Is Art Valued?

As I was settling into my west coast life in Los Angeles over the last year, I had time to reflect on the next steps for my business.  One day during a conversation with a friend, something triggered me and I recognized that the knowledge I had been sharing exclusively with clients seemed to be limiting the growth of my business.  At that moment, I made the decision to launch a video series to share my knowledge more broadly in a public forum.  Three months in, I have grown more confident to carve out a video series that is beginning to resonate.  The third video “How Art Is Valued” provides three tips to keep in mind when valuing a piece of art.

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