With Art Money, buying art is easier and more affordable. After paying a 10% deposit, you can take your artwork home and pay the remaining balance over 9 months, interest-free. That means, an artwork that costs $5,000 is only $500 a month over 10 payments.

See if any of these beautiful works from local galleries strike your fancy:

1. George Tjungurrayi

George Tjungurrayi, Untitled, 2011
George Tjungurrayi, Untitled, 2011

Untitled, 2011

acrylic on linen

61 x 55 cm

$3,000 or $300 per month with Art Money

Available to buy from Utopia Art Sydney

George Tjungurrayi is a senior Papaya Tula artist, whose career has spanned 41 years. Central to Tjungurrayi’s practice is his relationship to country and its topography, which is often represented by his linear style of painting.

2. Wayne Youle

Wayne Youle, I am the land and my name is Arthur (Boyd), 2016
Wayne Youle, I am the land and my name is Arthur (Boyd), 2016

I am the land and my name is Arthur (Boyd), 2016

acrylic, enamel and oil on board

40 x 35 cm

framed behind non-reflective glass

$2,800 or $280 per month with Art Money

Available to buy from Michael Reid Sydney

Wayne Youle explores the visual language of popular culture. His work spans collage, painting, sculpture and murals, all of which draw on his bicultural heritage. Youle is of Nga Puhi, Ngati Whakaeke, Ngati Pakeha descent.

3. Louise Tuckwell

Louise Tuckwell, Arc and Arch, 2017
Louise Tuckwell, Arc and Arch, 2017

Arc and Arch, 2017

acrylic on board

40 x 30 cm

$1,500 or $150 per month with Art Money

Available to buy from Gallery 9

Louise Tuckwell combines bold colour with geometric patterning. Her practice is influenced by the geometric harmoniousness of the everyday. Tuckwell has been exhibiting for over 30 years.Her work is held byMuseum of Contemporary Art,, Artbank, City of Sydney, New England Regional Art Museum and theTamworth Art Gallery

4. Rochelle Haley

Rochelle Haley, Flow Stretch – Purple, Bronze, 2017
Rochelle Haley, Flow Stretch – Purple, Bronze, 2017

Flow Stretch – Purple, Bronze, 2017

resin, ink, dye and leather on board, framed

76 x 56 cm

$3,300 or $330 per month with Art Money (+GST)

Available to buy from Galerie pompom

The relationship between bodies and physical environments is central to Rochelle Haley’s art. As an artist and a researcher, Haley’s work seeks to create new sensory, kinesthetic and affective forms of drawing and painting.

5. Amala Groom

Amala Groom, Ethnocider, The Cider Series (detail), 2017 
Amala Groom, The Cider Series, 2017. Image credit: Penelope Benton

 

 

The Cider Series, 2017

glass, cork, wire, apple cider, ink, paper

31 x 8.5 cm

1/12 +1 AP, series of 12

$1,770 or $177 per month with Art Money

Available to buy from 107

Amala Groom is a conceptual artist who uses Aboriginal methodologies and epistemologies in her art to disrupt euro-centric cultural norms and histories. Her work brings Indigenous stories to the fore through a diverse range of media, a kind of passionate activism informed by her own Wiradjuri heritage. Last year, Groom was one of our creative live/work space tenants on William Street.

Art Money is currently available in over 400 galleries across Australia, New Zealand and the US. By buying work from local artists and galleries, you can contribute to the long-term sustainability of Australian art and culture.

Discover more works to buy with Art Money at Sydney Contemporary art fair at Carriageworks from 7 to10 September. Art Money supporters can get 20% off tickets.

Published: 1 Sep, 2017 | 0 Comments

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