Since the beginning of time, man and women have displayed their beautiful passion through the creation of art. These artifacts have been documented throughout history as records of culture, history, and defining specific periods in time.
Today, The Beverly Hills Art Gallery provide the best art displayed by artists from all walks of life, in their own expressions of talents in painting, sculpturing, acting, modeling, music, and much, much more.
We welcome you to join our gallery and participate in our display of culture, arts, music, song and dance. We host "Pop Up Events" for those who need a facility to express themselves, or the gifts of others. You can also have a choice to allow The Whole Wide World Film Academy to video record your event at an affordable cost.
The artists who would receive the maximum exposure and rewards from the Beverly Hills Arts Gallery will be those artists who have a genuine love for their craft. If you love to paint, sing, act, sculpture, write, recite poetry, or any other gift of art, you now have a national platform to launch your project, product or career. It's just that simple.
The Beverly Hills Art Gallery is located in the heart of the prestigious Beverly Hills community in Chicago. We welcome you and your talents, gifts, and expressions of love.
When buying Art you may be able to relay your experiences to a love story, when, where you bought it , how you felt when first seeing it, how it captivated your heart and transporting it home to find the perfect spot to display it with pride. These are memories being built.
Here at The Beverly Hills Art Gallery We will assist you in building, sharing and displaying your art for part of your completeness.
You will be able to acquire paintings in any size you desire and there are a vast amount of choices and styles for every ones desires.
It's a great investment as well as affordable when you invest in our originals and prints.
For your private viewing satisfaction it's estimated with at least over 1500 paintings on display in The Art Gallery Rooms in this website .
You can also check out some of The people whom have enjoyed themselves in one or more of the events located in the peoples gallery.
For purchase of any art you can find them in the Art Investment Section under Art Gallery Room sales.
You can also view many of them on the floors Gallery. We welcome your visit.
The Artists ranged from the most experienced to the amateur ones. There is even a section where paintings by Art students are on display . The quality and the sheer imagination of the artists are breathtaking. You will definitely be impressed.
To view our art you are more than welcome to visit The Beverly Hills Art Gallery, by appointment only. located 2133 W. 95th St. in Chicago, Illinois
Call 708-400-9196 where you may also like to participate in having your own Pop up events, celebrations, birthdays,graduations and more.
We have over 1500 paintings on line to choose from,
all of a variety of different types for your viewing enjoyment.
Come in brows around. I guarantee you will enjoy your visit and will return.
Why is Art a great investment ?
Art can do more than enhance and beautify your living area. The art market has become one of the hottest new investments. Painting and sculpture collectors frequently buy pieces with an eye towards adding to their investment portfolio.
But will art investment really earn you a profit? Or is this new asset class mostly hype?
Profits from art won’t happen overnight. Experts recommend art investment for patient investors with a time window of 10 years or more, so think long term.
Many art investors include paintings in their estate planning as assets to pass on to their descendants.
Start by deciding how much money you’re prepared to spend. It should be an amount you can afford to part with in case the artwork depreciates. Don’t forget to factor in possible storage and maintenance costs.
Then learn as much about the art world as you can.
You don’t have to be a collector to start investing in art. You can keep your investments to just one or two pieces. But knowledge of the art world—or working with someone who has this knowledge.
You can either purchase an artwork yourself – often the costlier option – or buy shares in artwork through an online marketplace.
Since we are now living in the information age, plenty of high-end artwork sells online. But before you buy over the Internet, make sure you’re purchasing from a legitimate gallery, dealer, or investment
It’s important to remember art is a non-liquid . This means it’s difficult to convert into cash right away.
Liquid assets, like stocks, bonds, can produce cash more easily. non liquid assets, like real estate and art, take much longer to sell even if they have great monetary value.
It’s possible to sell your art, most investors don’t. An auction house, your best bet for selling, often charges hefty fees. Since art prices fluctuate regularly there are no guarantees
The art world is enormous, You should pick a time period that interests you. Then find an expert to help you look.
We recommend working with an art advisor or an investment company specializing in art (we’ve listed some options below.)
Having someone in your corner helps when it comes time to determine the fair market value of an art piece, making sure you get your money’s worth.
Once you’ve found your area of focus, know what kind of piece you’re buying.
No matter what, look for quality and good condition. Especially for pricey investments, it’s worth spending the extra cash to get an appraisal.
You don't have to be rich to be an art collector. See how it's done.
Henri Neuendorf, June 19, 2015
Erling Kagge is a Norwegian art collector, explorer, mountaineer, publisher, and lawyer. He gained fame for being the first person to walk to the South Pole alone, and he has also climbed Mount Everest. Today, he runs the publishing company Kagge Forlag, which he founded.
One of his most recent releases is the book A Poor Collector’s Guide to Buying Great Art, in which Kagge narrates how he built his impressive art collection—w
Kagge’s book offers advice through 24 tips, of which we have distilled the 10 most useful pearls of wisdom for the burgeoning collector with limited resources.
1. Be obsessed
Kagge says that, to get the best value on a tight budget, you must have an obsessive drive to research, source, and capture the object of your desire.
2. Accept that there are no rules, only deals
The art market is very different from conventional markets because there is little regulation. Practices such as insider trading, price manipulation, and cartels are commonplace. Kagge advises to be aware of these practices.
3. Cultivate the perfect eyes, nose, and ears
Sometimes it can be difficult to differentiate between bad and great art. Kagge recommends to not only train your eyes, but also your nose, and ears, meaning that you must listen to what people around you are saying.
4. Hang out with people in the art world
To get the most bang for your buck, it can be very helpful to cultivate relationships with the movers and shakers of the art world. Personal friendships with advisors, artists, curators, collectors, dealers, and gallerists .
5. The gallerist holds the key
Galleries have a critical role in introducing artists to collectors. Kagge says that it is crucial to get to know several good gallerists who represent the artists you are trying to collect
6. Don’t expect to make money
Collecting art with the intention of making a buck is the biggest mistake a collector can make. Kagge points out that art was not made to be an object of speculation. The real value of buying and collecting art comes from the enjoyment of having a great piece in your home.
7. Be an early bird
Being the first person the see the art (ideally before the opening) gives you the best chance of accessing the best works.
The same goes for buying works from artists early in their careers. Today, an artist’s career and price trajectory can be steep and Kagge admits that he likes to buy an artist early because he may not be able to afford the works later.
8. Accept that the best price might not be the lowest price
Often, collectors have to pay top prices to get the best pieces. It’s better to buy one fantastic artwork than to buy five or ten mediocre ones. Don’t be afraid to invest in the right piece.
9. Buy opportunistically at auction
Auctions offer fantastic opportunities to buy high quality works from mid-career artists who may not be highly touted or who may have fallen behind. Just don’t forget that auction house premiums can be as high as 25 percent.
10. Be nice about money
Its important not to be discouraged from pursuing an artwork that you can’t afford. Many galleries are prepared to negotiate the terms of a sale, and payment of sums in installments is common practice.
However, Kagge advises to pay as quickly as possible if you happen to have the money. Many collectors make a habit of paying late, so paying quickly and on time will put you in the gallerists’ good books.
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708 - 400 - 9196
Email: Thebeverlyhillsartgallery@gmail.com .
We are eager to exceed your expectations and welcome you back to to the gallery after a long and enduring pandemic.
We are diligent in practicing up-to-date guidelines for indoor/outdoor gathering capacity and COVID-19 Infection Control & Safety Precautions .
for our team and yours from COVID-19.
Event planners should consider implementing strategies to encourage behaviors that reduce the spread of COVID-19 among staff and attendees.
To be able to meet in-person again.
We practice a safe and healthy Infection Control Environment
* Using UV light and sterilizers to kill harmful Viruses, Germs & Bacteria for surfaces
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Finding art galleries in Chicago is easy. Making an informed choice about which gallery is the challenge.
This is because many artistic traditions are deeply rooted in Chicago’s history. here at The Beverly Hills Art Gallery you can get lost in the myriad choices of amazing art to explore.
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