First of a kind Asian Artwork Sales and Art-Sourcing Portal Launches in Singapore
04/29/2011

First of a kind Asian Art Product sales and Art-Sourcing Portal Launches in Singapore

Officially released in December 2010, Artyii is out to debunk the myth of the "starving artist". Their platform (www.artyii.com) is an "Invite-only" community of

Online PR News – 29-April-2011 – – Initial of a kind Asian Art Sales and Art-Sourcing Portal Launches in Singapore

Officially launched in December 2010, Artyii is out to debunk the myth of a "starving artist". Their platform (www.artyii.com) is definitely an "Invite-only" community of artists and artwork experts consisting of impartial artwork dealers, galleries, interior designers and curators. Their focus is on selling top quality, authentic, asian artwork.

With their artist database growing daily, Artyii continues to be attracting 6 figure investments from rich artwork angels who recognise the possible in lower priced, authentic artwork by emerging artists. Their facebook page, appropriately titled "Best of Asian Art" is also teeming with exercise.

"The quality is actually quite astounding and a number of them are actually approaching us to sell on their behalf because galleries take an exorbitant commission for your number of possible customers they offer their artists with" co-founder, Shannon, an artwork lover herself mentions.

His companion, 24 year aged Cai, reiterates, "Most artists don't have access to conventional galleries and galleries generally would prefer to minimise their dangers by only taking on only tested and proven artists."

Whilst it's true that the quality of work overall may not be as great as function done by master artists, rising artists (who assortment from fine artwork graduates to experienced hobbyists), provide one benefit to art purchasers - an excellent bargain.

Experienced art buyer, Ragnhild Flatabo Narverud, from Norway shares this sentiment. "I purchased an exotic piece of silk painting that had modern traits from a promising artist in Vietnam for the price of a print right here in Norway. And this, I understand, is not some replica offered around the streets of Ho Chi Minh."

Other people, like computer engineer Nico Theodorus, says that he prefers to purchase art by physically seeing the piece in a gallery. He says that to buy artwork on-line will need much more than just a good price stage.

The founders goes on to say the platform provides a comfy atmosphere to review the artist, read his profile and evaluate feedback around the artist's piece by other art experts. Unlike galleries, which may be daunting to step into, Artyii is consequently in a position to offer unbiased and fair marketplace info, through the comfort of your personal home.

Effectively registered artists on Artyii are able to set their own prices, based on a factual guideline, to market their functions. Artyii claims that its role is to market artists on-line, facilitate the payments, and look after the logistics of framing and shipping the artwork worldwide.

Currently, artists are emailing the founders to thank them because galleries are calling them up and mentioning that they saw their profile on Artyii.

Additionally, Artyii provides commissioning orders to chosen artists as part of their initiative to "crowd-source" art from their network of artists.

Are you an emerging Asian artist? Or an artwork lover searching for inexpensive wall paintings for your house or workplace? Now you know where to click.