NewBloodArt is a website committed to discovering the most exciting up-and-coming talent in the art market today. Founder Sarah Ryan tours art colleges and studios throughout the UK inviting artists to show and sell their work on NewBloodArt. Sarah is an artist by training, she completed a Fine Art degree in London and a post graduate certificate in arts education at Homerton College Cambridge. She went on to teach art in the U.K. and overseas in Botswana and has developed a proven track record over the years of identifying artists who go on to do very well. As a result NewBloodArt has been widely featured in the press, with many of the artists she identified having gone on to establish significant careers.
Whether you are buying for your own private collection, for corporate investment - or as a gift - Sarah Ryan is on hand, should you wish, to discuss your particular needs.
Artwork can be ordered online and delivered directly to your door (or desk) anywhere in the world.
Contact Sarah directly: email@example.com
“NewBloodArt – Like Net-a-Porter, but for your walls” - Times Style Magazine.
“One sector where I am putting some of my cash to work is ‘Early emerging art”. My plan is to invest a small sum every month via an online dealer called NewBloodArt. To me, it’s the equivelant of investing in frontier market equities. Rather than buying the global names that appear in the big auctions or the best galleries, you invest in the artistic equivelant of Mongolia or Cambodia: the young artists coming out of MA programmes at the best British schools.” – Adventurous Investor, Financial Times.
“Thanks to NewBloodArt for its suggestions on where to buy affordable art in Elle Decoration – April 15. My suggested No1 place to start? Them!” - Editor-in-Chief, ELLE Decoration UK.
"Offers bargains to those looking to invest in fledgling artist who have yet to make a name for themselves..” - Financial Times.
“..You don’t need to be a multi-millionaire to be a patron of the arts – BA and MA graduate art work can be picked up from as little as £50 and there are attractive tax incentives.” - The Telegraph.
“..choose well, and you could see the value of the work jump in just a few years. Just hope you don't become so attached to the piece that you would never consider selling it.” - The Guardian.