Works on Paper include artworks drawn, painted or otherwise created on paper using a variety of media.
Works on paper have a broad range of value. While charcoal studies by unknown, unlisted artists can sell for well under $100 at auction, drawings and watercolors by well-known American artists can sell for tens, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Curious about the true value of Works on Paper? Learn how, when, and where to collect works on paper in a full day of sessions with dealers and gallery representatives at Let There Be Art! In the meantime, here’s a peak at some of the hard work that goes into creating prints and other works on paper!
Where do I start when collecting works on paper? What do I need to look for? These are just some of the questions that will be answered by leaders in their field and representatives from the top galleries in our country at the Let There Be Art! Works on Paper Seminar Series. Speakers for this seminar include:
Betty Krulik, Director and Owner of Betty Krulik Fine Art, Ltd (New York, NY)
Rachel Gladfelter, Director of Pace Prints (New York, NY)
Richard Baiano, President and Co-owner of Childs Gallery (Boston, MA)
Tony Casadonte, Gallery Director of Lumiere (Atlanta, GA)
Curlee Holton, founding director of the Experimental Printmaking Institute ( Easton, PA)
Najee Dorsey, Founder and CEO of Black Art in America (Columbus, GA)
David Chickey, Publisher, Designer, Editorial Director of Radius Books (Santa Fe, NM)
Each forty-five minute session will cover a different topic and will provide attendees with skills that they can hone during the cocktail reception in the afternoon. The cost of the seminar includes lunch and the cocktail reception.