Art Gallery Co-ops

Richard Barone

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June 8th, 2012 - 08:17 AM

Art Gallery Co-ops

Have you noticed that they always set up in large, up-scale malls, where space is at a premium; and they hang paintings all over the walls from floor to ceiling? Don't they know that art lovers will travel many miles to see original artworks? For example, NudeNite in Orlando is usually held in a warehouse in an industrial area, yet it is always crowded. Artworks are displayed as in a museum, eye-level, freely spaced with good lighting. Proximity to a mall or affluent neighborhoods is not necessary, drives up membership fees and operation expenses, and limits membership to retirees who have disposable income to keep it afloat. You know, retirees that love decorative watercolors of flowers and wildlife.

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