If you missed the Affordable Art Fair
in New York a few weeks ago, don’t worry—you won’t be stuck staring at bare walls until the fair rolls around again in March. While an art fair is a great way to see quite a lot under one roof, these days, the world is your oyster with the click of a mouse.
Once the province of stuffy galleries, the buying and selling of art is moving online. Here are our favorite online galleries that not only have the eye, but also know their audience doesn’t want to break the bank.Twyla
A team of curators handpick artists to produce limited edition, museum-quality prints that are exclusive to Twyla—and if their selection is too overwhelming for you, they also offer art advisory services that’ll help steer your collection in the right direction.
Heidi Lee Komaromi, one of Twyla’s curators, explains that the company’s mission is to “create a more inclusive, educational experience that appeals to new consumers”—especially considering the fact that “the industry is ready for major change.”
Pictured: Chianti Pop Yellow
by Guy Dill, edition of 50