First Art Gallery opened it’s virtual doors in 2013 to unveil high quality artworks from established Artists along with some of the most exciting emerging Artists of our time.
With unlimited wall space and a refined selection process, the Gallery brings beautiful authenticated artworks to all levels of art collectors in any location. It gives art collectors access to paintings (http://www.firstartgallery.com.au/
Brainchild of husband and wife team, Gavin and Sharon, the Gallery was ironically inspired by the empty wall spaces in their new apartment and limited time to visit galleries. They were forced to search for artworks online and soon discovered that the local online gallery shopping experience did not offer the refined selection process and experience found in real world galleries. There appeared to be no authentication or assurance of quality. Furthermore, they found it really hard to visualise the scale of the artwork and how it would fit in their own apartment.
With a strong background in fine art, online marketing and information technology, they launched First Art Gallery which offers a virtual room view of almost all artworks accepted into the gallery. The virtual room allows art buyers to get a good visual appreciation of how each piece could fit within their own space.
Resourcing quality artworks is a very strong focus for this team as they work hard to sign up respected established Artists whilst seeking emerging talent. “We are truly passionate about giving talented Artists, trying to be discovered, a platform to showcase their work“ states Sharon. Who is quick to proudly add that one of their best emerging Artists is already taking the world by storm with her evocative and thought provoking works such the latest work for sale through First Art Gallery titled “Icon”, a bold and pensive portrait of Nelson Mandela.
The gallery showcases quality works from a broad range of artwork styles and prices. From vintage pop art to the best in realism, this virtual space plans to rapidly become the "go to destination"
For further information visit the www.firstartgallery.com.au.
View paintings online go to http://www.firstartgallery.com.au/