Invest in an appreciating asset
Not only does an art investment make sense from a taxation perspective but it can also yield a future investment potential.
Far from being a depreciating capital asset mine have the opposite effect, having doubled in value in an 18 month period*
I have no intention of resting on a plateau of self-congratulation until I realise six figure sums for the big ones. And judging by the progress I have made so far it’s only going to be a matter of time.
Get in now before it goes crazy.
Create a more productive workplace
Everyone has an emotional reaction to art. And not just abstracts – it’s true of almost anything visual.
Get it right and your workplace will become more energised and motivated. It makes your environment more welcoming and stimulating, and many agree that productivity increases because of it.
Studies have been carried out that reinforce the ideas that every business should have art in the workplace.
It stimulates conversation, promotes creative thinking and let’s not forget the most obvious thing – it can simply make your workplace look fantastic when you come in every morning.
Did you know?
You can rent any of my originals rather than buy them?
It’s true. One monthly payment and the best possible service. Check this out:
Get a tailored, personal service
I travel all over the world to meet clients who want to do something memorable. It’s easy, stress-free and best of all it won’t cost you a penny until I hang something on your wall.
As standard I provide a Photoshop rendering service to help you visualize the finished artworks, I paint multiple variations on themes and have a fully-managed logistics network that operates in 42 countries.
So it doesn’t matter what kind of space you work in, or how big or small that may be; you can do something positive and worthwhile no matter where you are on the planet. Whether you want to look at commissioning me or buying from the site then drop me a line and let me help you.
Want to take a look?
This is my current selection of original paintings; all shapes, all sizes and all budgets.
* past performance is not a guarantee of future values and prices may fluctuate.
Data collected as an aggregate between March 4th 2013 – October 21st 2014 and is based upon the average value per painting having risen by 103% during this time period.