Over the years I’ve come across a lot of creatives wanting to sell their art, specifically to serious buyers at a higher price point.
Maggie Scott, who has been a president of an art collection group is not only delightful and hilarious, but she has 10 years of experience and amazing insights So many artist want their art taken seriously and to be purchased by buyers that will appreciate their talent, this is a great opportunity to understand how to get in front of those collectors and what they’re looking for. It’s also great for people who are interested in wanting to start collecting for their own homes.
This is perfect for creatives who are interested in selling their art to more serious buyers.
It’s also great for people who want to understand art collecting, establishing an art collector group, and what to look for when purchasing art.
A Q&A session with a president of an art collection group of 10 years, Maggie Scott. We’ll go over the following:
History of the group forming:
why and how the group started
who was in it
what the parameters were
explanation of the group’s constitution
Art selection process for the group
where they looked for art
how they choose the art - was there written criteria or check list?
thoughts on overall mediums: photography, sculpture, painting etc.
price point psychology
Maggie’s personal art buying
high and low art - pieces Maggie has purchased outside of the group
where Maggie places the art in her home
how Maggie will buy art moving forward
Open Q+A - ask Maggie anything!
Melbourne time: March 27, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Chicago time: March 26, 7:30 - 9 p.m.
Zoom video conference call. You’ll be sent a link before the session starts. You can call in as well.
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