Saatchi Art's new program will change the way you buy art

by Patrick Hechinger
September 1, 2015
Saatchi Art, the Santa Monica-based online gallery for emerging art, has unveiled their new Interior Design trade program led by new hire Hayley Miner. 
The program will give designers access to more than 500,000 original paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs with a 7-day return guarantee. The site’s expert curators help customers meet stylistic goals for free, while saving them from gallery visits and shipping hassles. 
And with Saatchi Art’s new “View in a Room” app, designers can use their phones or tablets to virtually see how a piece would look in a space before deciding to purchase.
With 15 years of  advisory experience, Miner spent time working with White House designer Michael S. Smith before starting her own art consulting firm. She will join several curators, including Chief Curator and Vice President of Art Advisory Rebecca Wilson, to help prospective buyers select the perfect artwork for any space.
“From working one-on-one with the designer to understand the project brief, to sourcing and shipping artwork, Hayley and our team of curators make a trusted, one-stop solution for designers, offered completely free of charge,” Wilson said in a statement. “Hayley’s expertise combined with our unparalleled selection of original art allows us to deliver exactly what a designer needs quickly and without having to spend any of the client’s budget on art advisory services.”
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