LONDON, June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Where to find undervalued original art with investment potential?
New Blood Art, an innovator in the online art world, has been showcasing and selling graduate art online since 2004, long before the recent boom in the online art trade, which is now valued at around £1.57bn with forecasts to more than double by 2018. New Blood Art has a strong reputation for identifying the best emerging artists when their work is at its most affordable - a number of their artists have seen increases from 3 to 5 figures in just a few years. This week they launch their new website and with it the introduction of some of this years hottest talent.
The great advantage of New Blood Art is that it affords visitors the opportunity to discover and buy affordable art that would otherwise not be easily found. Ex-art tutor and founder Sarah Ryan spends her time scouting for talent at art colleges, studios and degree shows across the UK.
"June is our busiest time of year, with all the graduate art shows underway. I personally tour the country, travelling far and wide looking for the best emerging talent to showcase at New Blood Art. There's often a rush at this time of year from collectors and investors keen to snap up the best works at undervalued prices - their work will never be more affordable." - Sarah Ryan, Founder and Curator, New Blood Art
If you were lucky enough to follow Ryan's tips in the past you could have seen significant increases in the value of your art collection. She discovered Bartosz Beda in 2011, selling his paintings on New Blood Art for just a few hundred pounds; he now sells internationally for 10 times that price. Other success stories include Iain Andrews whose work increased from 3 to 5 figures in just a few years.
Visit New Blood Art to see which emerging artists Ryan is tipping this year. Works can be bought directly from the website and delivered anywhere in the world. The site offers a 14 day money-back guarantee.
Alternatively, try your hand at scouting yourself - the art degree shows are open to the general public until July.
For images, information and interviews with Sarah Ryan, e-mail: email@example.com
SOURCE New Blood Art