I went to visit Claribel and Etta Cone before they left Vancouver. The exhibition was set up to feel as if I was walking into their home, which made it all the more real for me. I could almost hear their voices and laughter. The last wall held a piece of writing by Gertrude SteinContinue reading “ChasingART Celebrates Claribel & Etta Cone”
Tag Archives: Art Patrons
The Economics of Art & Money!
There is a perception that wealthy people have first claim on the “good” art. Indeed, the value of a painting by Van Gogh or Monet is substantial. In the end, it comes down to the art of economics 101 – somebody has to pay! We owe a great deal to the wealthy patrons, past andContinue reading “The Economics of Art & Money!”
You must be logged in to post a comment.