Why Buy Original Canadian Art ?

Simply put, you should buy original Canadian Art because you love it. After that I can give you many reasons why you should buy original Canadian art, but the number one reason (for me) is because I fell in love with it and have to own it.

An original piece of art is a passionate creation reflecting the soul of the artist and in turn your soul, in choosing the piece. An original piece of art can provide inspiration, escape, beauty and encourage conversation. Buying original art from an artist begins a unique and personal relationship that will last lifetimes.

It is an investment that you can enjoy, visually. You are the owner of an original artwork, the only one of it’s kind. You are investing in our heritage and your investment insures this heritage will continue to live on, evolve and inspire the next generation.

The value of an original piece of Canadian art continues to grow, the value of a print in today’s digital world, is less likely to increase in value – where the signature of the artist on the print becomes more valuable than the print.

Corporate Art Collecting in Canada

The Canadian government recognizes the importance of encouraging the purchase of original Canadian art. Investing in the Canadian art market and its creators offers many benefits to Canadian businesses large and small. The Canadian Government has implemented tax incentives intended to promote the purchase of Canadian artwork and encourage donations to museums and public institutions. Buying Canadian artwork, paintings, etchings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. is considered as an amortization expense for corporations or individuals who operate a business. It qualifies as a tax deduction provided that certain criteria are met. The Canadian tax law allows business owners to purchase and write-off Original Canadian Art in its entirety.  The acquisition of Original Canadian Art is included in the Capital Cost Allowance for all Canadian businesses, so long as the Artist was a Canadian Citizen when creating the work and the work of art is an original worth a minimum of $200.

Pricing

The Art of Brandy Saturley is available for acquisition. Prices for Saturley's work have increased every year since 2007. Below is a current pricing guideline based on painting size. In some cases a painting may be priced outside of these guidelines, these pieces have been noted and tagged as an 'ICONIC' piece. Saturley's ICONIC pieces are important pieces in the career of the artist, they often signify a change in style, the beginning of a new body of work and are pieces that have received significant recognition from the media and/or art sector. ICONIC pricing is detailed below and offered on request.

The Art of Brandy Saturley appears in many corporate Canadian Collections - Price's Alarms Head Office - Victoria BC CANADA

The Art of Brandy Saturley appears in many corporate Canadian Collections - Price's Alarms Head Office - Victoria BC CANADA

The Art of Brandy Saturley - Canadian price list 2016

12 x 12 - $450*

16 x 16 - $850*

20 x 24 - $1600*

24 x 30 - $2200*

24 x 36 - $2800*

30 x 40 - $4000*

36 x 36 - $4500*

36 x 48 - $5500*

36 x 60 - $6500*

48 x 48 - $7000*

48 x 60 - $8600*

ICONIC - range $10,000.00 - $25,000.00

* Please note: add shipping and crating - pricing depends on location, local delivery/pick-up on Vancouver Island, Canada available at no extra cost. More about my protective shipping crates here.

Pricing negotiable on purchases of more than two pieces.

Art Leasing is available to our patrons through Art Lease Canada.

Corporate commissions: quoted by project after consultation with the artist.

Image licensing: available - prints, book covers, fine liquor, postage, clothing, etc. - rates on request.

Corporate Collections include: Canadian Tire (Toronto), Canada's Sports Hall of Fame (Calgary), Colart Collection (Quebec), Price's Alarms Inc. (Victoria), Sol Fine Foods Inc. (Victoria), Robert P. Assaly Corp. (Edmonton), Janks Holdings Inc. (Victoria & California) Victoria Hospitals Foundation (Victoria), McIssac & McIssac Law Firm (Victoria), Richard Pearce Law Corp. (Vancouver)