Layaway Days: Art collecting on a Budget
In Seattle, if we even hear the word ‘Supersonic’, it automatically brings back images of Shawn Kemp, Rashard Lewis, and Gary Payton, dominating in the paint. The Supersonics left Seattle for Oklahoma in 2008, the same year that Zach Tutor started Supersonic Art. Supersonic Art started as Zach’s personal page, which he parlayed into one of the leading Contemporary Art pages on the web.
In Fall 2016, Zach created Supersonic Art Gallery “…an experimental online space to showcase the best New Contemporary artists in mini-exhibitions with hopes of one day becoming a brick and mortar institution.” Zach has partnered with several accomplished artists including: Valentin Fischer, Alex Garant, and his father, Glennray Tutor - the talented photorealist painter. I was introduced to the work of Bri Cirel through the online gallery, and was immediately smitten with her work.
Supersonic Art Gallery has provided several options for cost conscious collectors. Currently, collectors are able to purchase prints for as low as $65 and several originals are available <$1000.
And here’s the best part, payment plans are available. I named my blog ‘Layaway Days’ because I often utilize payment plans, when purchasing larger pieces. Art isn’t about making beautiful things for the 1%, it’s about all of us. And Supersonic Art Gallery is there to help!
Supersonic Art: http://supersonicart.com/
Supersonic Art Gallery: https://supersonicartgallery.com/
Art isn't purchased at big-box stores. This blog is for collectors like me, who collect on a budget.