Published on 2/2/2018
Buying art can be intermediating especially if it is your first time. After all, the best pieces come at a cost which may or may not fit your budget at the time. But in this day and age, there is a solution for everything. Unlike many years ago, where the only option to buy art was by paying a full upfront cost, today you can divide and discount your purchase in many ways. Below, I have listed 3 simple and easy methods if you are interested in buying art without feeling intermediated by the cost.
You can now pay for any artwork priced £100 and above using direct debit. You can make easy monthly payments over 3, 6 or 12 months. For more information, please contact me with the title and dimensions (if available) of the artwork we will have the direct debit set up for you in no time.
If the artwork that you are interested in purchasing is priced higher than your current budget, you can submit an alternate offer. Simply fill out the Contact Form with 'Make an Offer' as the title and submit your preferred price. We will let you know whether your offer has been accepted or declined within 24 hours.
If you are on my mailing list, you will know that I usually send out discounts and offers every now and then. So, if you haven't yet, you can subscribe to my mailing list below on this page, to stay in the loop and take advantage of some of the best discounts available specially on open edition prints. In addition, I may send out some cool freebies and art stuff your away if it is your first time buying with me. If you have purchased art with me before, you are automatically added to the 'Loyalty List' wherein you are eligible for an additional 10% discount on the next purchase and on every purchase you make thereafter.
I hope these options will help you feel less overwhelmed with the prices of some of the artworks. You should be able to buy any piece of art that you love without letting the cost dominate your instincts. If you have any questions, you can always get in touch with me.