|London Street by Richard Ryan, 8x10, $60, saatchionline.com.|
|Drive by Hans-Gerhard Meyer, 14x14, $50, saatchionline.com.|
Charles Saatchi launched Saatchi Online in 2006 with an intention to give artists a platform to exhibit their work to an international audience. Today, it contains over 1 million pieces of original artwork from artists all over the world. With prices starting as low as $17, Saatchi Online makes it possible for any and every art lover to start their own collection of prints or buy original pieces. Whether you love Pop Art, Abstract Paintings or Photography, this site is an internet gem where you will find your next piece from tomorrow's art stars. Here is a small collection of some incredibly talented artists I'm considering adding to my walls.
|Untitled by Clara Hastrup, 8x10, $47, saatchionline.com.|
|La Tour by Roberto Manetta, 14x21, $74, saatchionline.com.|
Ballerina by Michael Foulkrod, 8x10 print, $20, saatchionline.com.
|American Dream by Skip Hunt, 12x16, $105, saatchionline.com.|
|Bare Feet, Blue Dress by Thomas Saliot, 14x21, $59, saatchionline.com.|
Defragmented Circus by Irene de Buffieres, 11x14, $41, saatchionline.com.
|Kaleidoscope #1, by Theodore Bogdanov, 12x16, $48, saatchionline.com.|
|Pea by Jelena Kostic, 18x24, $59, saatchionline.com.|
|Dorothy's Fix by Skip Hunt, 14x21, $147, saatchionline.com.|
Footnote: Charles Saatchi was also one of Damien Hirst's original champions and hosted the first show of the YBA's (Young British Artists) in 1992 at his namesake gallery in London (which included works by Hirst). In case you missed it, you can read my January post about Hirst here. For even more great prints, art books, jewelry and housewares, visit the Saatchi Gallery Store. Also, the notoriously reclusive Saatchi wrote a thought provoking article for the U.K.'s Guardian in December about the state of the art market as seen through his eyes - you can read it here.