Online Art Gallery Artalleys Launches New Website Offering Original Art For Sale

Artalleys offers the latest original, creative, and affordable art selected by the company curators into the client's space.

San Francisco CA, USA - September 11, 2019 / / —

Artalleys, the global marketplace and gallery of online boutiques and Daniel An are pleased to announce that the online shop offers original art for sale in a wide range of styles and media. The new website owners understand that there are many artists from different backgrounds and horizons in the world. Many of them are very talented but not well-known. In a way, they are like unfound treasures at the corner of alleys, who have a minimal opportunity to showcase their creativity. Artalleys has a goal of changing that environment. The company brings favored works to the online gallery.

More information is available at http://www.artalleys.com

In a recent interview, a spokesman for the online art boutique explained, "It is our mission to keep exposing these talented local artists and their works at the heart of commerce. That is why we built a place where artful creativity lives and thrives because of art-lovers and even art-curious power it. We help our community of local artists turn their artful creativity into successful businesses. Our platform connects them with millions of buyers looking for an alternative—something special with a human touch, for those moments in life that deserve imagination."

“If you are looking for art for sale," he continued, "you can find something that is unique and perfect for your space, while at the same time supporting artists all around the world. The pieces presented on the online art gallery website are real art by real artists. Every single piece is original and signed by the artist. You can feel the brush strokes and texture in the work.”

Potential customers and art fans can meet independent artists through live streaming. Customers can see how the artists put their hearts and souls into the works. At the same time, as customers can enjoy the various genres, they will be choosing pieces which will help to color their world.

More information is available at http://www.artalleys.com

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Name: Daniel An
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Organization: Artalleys
Address: San Francisco CA
Website: http://www.artalleys.com

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