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Affordable Art for Everyone from 20x200

By November 18, 2011

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As a nation, memories of New York City were recently stirred as we passed the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 events. I was in this fabulous city right after the anniversary and during the opening of the 9/11 Memorial. I can testify that passion regarding the U.S. - and emotions regarding what happened on September 11, 2001 - have not faded one bit.

New York has seen its fair share of historical events - some wondrous, some terrible - but all have become a part of this city's landscape and have contributed to its ever-evolving and ever-growing landscape.

Right after returning home from my trip, I ran across the works of artist Jorge Colombo who I recently featured in my New York inspired gifts list. While admiring Jorge's art, I also discovered a fabulous resource for snagging Jorge's artwork - along with other fabulous artist prints - on a budget.

20x200 features limited edition prints from a variety of different artists. The goal of 20x200 is to put art into the hands of the everyday person. In doing so, they must make it affordable, and they've certainly done that.

Print prices start at around $20, and every print is delivered with a numbered certificate of authenticity that is signed by the artist, the artist's bio and statement, and instructions for caring for the print. The prints make great gifts, and 20x200 also offers gift certificates.

New prints often sell out quickly, so for first notice of new editions and upcoming 20x200 events, plus an inside look at 20x200 artists, sign up for the 20x200 newsletter.

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May 4, 2012 at 4:20 am
(1) Emily says:

20×200 is perfect to find Art in Limited edition!

I just find a new website for Affordable Art

There are great artworks!

May 8, 2012 at 7:28 am
(2) Tonya Lee says:

I checked out the website, and they do have some neat things. Thanks for sharing, Emily!

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