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Affordable Art Sources

Great art is no longer just available for those with bloated bank accounts. There are plenty of wonderful, affordable art sources out there right now. One of my favorites is art dealer (and curator, writer and entrepreneur...I'm smelling a Fab Friday!) Jen Bekman's 20x200, a company with whom we're currently running a colorful photo contest with. Her site offers a rotating selection of artists from photographers to illustrators and painters. Each of their works is offered on three-or-four sizes (starting at an 8x10) and ranges in price from $20-5,000! There is really something for everybody.

You can browse the site freely, or if you're pressed on time or know exactly what your looking for, you can search by category, price, size or, my favorite, COLOR.

You can win your own framed 8x10 photograph if you simply upload an image that shows your own color story to our Color Stories photo contest before 5pm ET on November 11th. Voting starts Monday, November 14-16th where we'll declare our democratic winners! Good luck!

If I were allowed to enter, here are a few of my favorite photos that I would chose were I to win... in rainbow order!

red art | Simplifyingfabulous.com Michael Bodiam, Untitled (Red Carpet). Credit: Image courtesy of Michael Bodiam and 20x200.
Orange Art | Simplifyingfabulous.com Aaron Straup Cope, prettymaps (nyc). Image courtesy of Aaron Straup Cope and 20x200.
yellow art | simplifyingfabulous.com Tatsuro Kiuchi, Photographer's Dilemma. Image courtesy of Tatsuro Kiuchi and 20x200.
green art | simplifyingfabulous.com Caption: Emily Shur, Imperial Palace Gardens with Wall, Tokyo,. Image courtesy of Emily Shur and 20x200.
blue art | Simplifyingfabulous.com Stefan Ruiz, La Paz, Bolivia. Image courtesy of Stefan Ruiz and 20x200.
purple art | simplifyingfabulous.com Chad Hagen, Nonsensical Infographic No. 6. Image courtesy of Laura Bell and 20x200.

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