|260 Baby Doll Hands by Lisa Congdon|
Recently I discovered a website that kind of blew my mind. The website is 20 X 200 was started by Jen Bekman, a small gallery owner on the Lower East Side of NYC in 2007. She endeavored to make her mission of supporting emerging artists and collectors accessible to all!
|Let’s Party by Jessica Craig-Martin|
20 X 200 makes limited edition prints of artists work starting at $20. Each print is made to order, delivered with a numbered certificate of authenticity that is signed by the artist, the artist’s bio and statement, and instructions for caring for your print.
|We Are Who We Are by Robert Garcia|
They introduce at least two new editions a week: one photo and one work on paper. Most are available in three or four sizes. They also offer 11″x14″ editions of 500 for $50, 16″x20″ editions of 20 for $200, 20″x24″ editions of 50 for $500, 24″x30″ editions of 10 for $1,000 and 30″x40″ editions of 2 for $2,000.
|Modern Art by Craig Damrauer|
All images in this post are original artworks from the 20 X 200 website and are copyrighted to the artist. Frames in the images are at an additional cost. If you like any of the items I have featured here hurry to the site before they are gone!
|Atari by Hollis Brown Thornton|
If you are an artist which I know so many of you are, sadly, submissions to 20 X 200 are closed. However Jen Beckman runs an annual photography competition called Hey, Hot Shot. One of the benefits of submitting is consideration of your work to be on 20 X 200.
|Bird Power by Carrie Marill|
It took no time to find some artists that I loved and I see my burgeoning art collection in the near future. I am in love with 20 X 200. Art curating for all.