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What is Blue Chip Art?
April 12, 2019
You’ve heard of Blue Chip Stocks, but are you familiar with Blue Chip Art? This term was inspired by the stock market and refers to any art that’s expected to increase in value, regardless of the general economic conditions.
This is not about how important the art is to a collector, museum or its place in history. It only refers to one thing and that is its resale value.
Blue Chip artists are masters whose art’s value has had consistent years of sales that have been confirmed at auction. The Artprice100 is an index that lists the 100 top performing artists at auction within the last 5 years. Some of the artists and their rankings for 2017 are: 1.
. This list is compiled once a year and can fluctuate depending on the art market. According to the Artprice’s Global Index, the average value of art has increased by 30% over the last 20 years.
The major reason to collect art is for the personal enjoyment of it. Still, it’s impossible to ignore the possibility of the potential return.
Browse through our
original art collections
at Seaside Art Gallery! We are the largest private art gallery in the Southeast. There is always something new that arrives here. You are also welcome to check out our art in person. See you there!
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10 Reasons Why Original Art Matters in the Home
April 19, 2019
for the benefits of art, we reviewed how original art has fascinating impacts on the human brain and child development. Today, we will conclude by observing how it has positive impacts in the home.
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March 30, 2019
Guess what we have in time for spring? More flowers with mysterious flower language messages! For
those who don’t know
is the language of flowers.
Why is Art a Good Thing for Child Development?
March 20, 2019
Remember what it was like when you went to art class? Colorful, messy experiments with paint and clay were likely involved. You brushed, swirled, smooshed, and baked the creations you learned to make.
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