Monday, July 22, 2013

City Center Phoenix Oregon

Currently the Phoenix Urban Renewal Agency is working on reviewing the City Center Plan, a Master Plan created several years ago for the one-way
couplet of Main Street and Bear Creek Drive, focusing on providing a mixed use
downtown with the character of a rural center. The Agency is also preparing to
debut a
Rehab/Facade Improvement Grant Program for the City Center zone. If you
are interested in receiving information about any of our projects, please e-mail
Executive Director Marla Cates at
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Phoenix Art Center

An art dealer typically seeks out various artists to represent, and builds relationships with collectors and museums whose interests are likely to match the work of the represented artists. Some dealers are able to anticipate market trends, while some prominent dealers may be able to influence the taste of the market. Many dealers specialize in a particular style, period, or region. They often travel internationally, frequenting exhibitions, auctions, and artists' studios looking for good buys, little-known treasures, and exciting new works. When dealers buy works of art, they resell them either in their galleries or directly to collectors. Those who deal in contemporary art usually exhibit artists' works in their galleries, and take a percentage of the price the works sell for.[citation needed]

Tomdiskinproductions will be promoting The Phoenix Art Center soon to be located at Village Square

in Phoenix Oregon

Phoenix Art Center located at Village Square

art agent is an agent who represents artists. The agent functions by attempting to sell the works of an artist, or to otherwise find lucrative opportunities for the artist. The two parties have a contract worked out, where the agent takes a cut of the sales from any and all works, which may vary, depending on the relationship. Typically the range for a successful non-gallery sale is between 15% and 35% to the agent of the final sales price when the agent is responsible for bringing a buyer. Arts sales made at a Gallery are often split 50/50 between the artist or Trust and the Gallery.
It is in the art agent's best interests to sell the works of the artist. The relationship is seen as a win-win for both the artist and the agent.
Many unrecognized artists, no matter how talented, may find it hard to find an art agent willing to sell their works. Art agents select their artist not based on their talent but the likelihood their works will sell.[original research