[Sponsor] ArtWeLove: It's Fine Art, Finally Collectible. 10% off until Dec 31

by Sponsors on December 8, 2010 Sponsor

Offering an exclusive, exquisitely curated collection of limited edition prints starting at $15, ArtWeLove brings leading contemporary artists into everyone's lives — easily, enjoyably and affordably.

Prints are packaged along with the artist bio, instructions on framing and caring for the art, and a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity, cautiously and lovingly packed for shipping, and priced from $15 to $2,000.

Works by established artists such as Lyle Starr, Alexander Ross, Paul Manes, Tomoo Gokita, and rising stars such as Venice Biennale-featured Jorge Otero-Pailos, Midori Harima, Brent Green, and Molly Dilworth are all available in at least two formats, and priced affordably from $15 to $2,000. Don’t miss the latest edition released today, a work by rising star Francesca Gabbiani priced for everyone to enjoy at $50 for the 14×11 inch version and $200 for the larger 20×16 inch print.

ArtWeLove's “First View” weekly email provides collectors with a heads-up on the newest editions and features video interviews with the artists to help you understand each work.

Check out the ArtWeLove 2010 holiday gift guide, which makes it even easier to give the gift of fine art to someone you love — and to treat yourself too.  Get 10% off your first purchase through December 31 by using the the code NECTAR10AWL at checkout. Order before Dec 15th to get your art in time for the holidays.

We asked each of the editors from the Nectar Ads Art Network to share one of their favorites from ArtWeLove's online store.

Editor’s Picks

Paddy Johnson of Art Fag City

“Brent Green's 2010 film and exhibition at Andrew Edlin Gallery ‘Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then’ tells the true story of Leonard Wood, a little known man from Louisville Kentucky who built seemingly countless additions to a home he conceived as a healing machine. The hope was that he would save his ailing wife. She eventually died of cancer, and the home destroyed, but for Green's poignant re-imagining.”

Hrag Vartanian of Hyperallergic

“Anyone who grew up in the 80’s will recognize this image as an important part of the era. There is something exciting about capturing that 8-bit graphic in an artwork that makes me happy.”

Lindsay Pollock of Art Market Views

“I like the dynamism, wit and pathos of this lone pink figure seated on a three-legged stool, amid a blizzard of jagged lines.”

Visit Shop.ArtWeLove.com and get 10% off your first purchase through December 31 by using the the code NECTAR10AWL at checkout.

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