For anyone who would like to know more about buying art and understanding the art market, the Fairfield Public Library and the Bruce Kershner Gallery will be hosting a presentation, “The Art of Buying Art” on November 28 at 7:00 pm.
Learn how to navigate the endless world of galleries, art shows and online resources to find art that suits your style and budget and sharpen your own sensibilities about assessing art. How to see the differences between decorative art, collectible art, investment art, and prints and what you need to know about each will be covered.
All are welcome. This talk is free to the public, but seating is limited so registration is suggested. Click here to register.
For questions and additional information, call Cherry Street Art at 203-246-5397or the Fairfield Public Library at 203-256-3160.
October single family home sales for lower Fairfield County:
Leading the pack for sales in the month of October is the City of Norwalk with 60 sales and a median selling price of $ 483,000
Stamford 51 537,500
Fairfield 50 549,000
Westport 21 1,375,000
New Canaan 20 1,293,000
Greenwich 19 1,570,000
Darien 15 1,045,000
Weston 12 721,000
Wilton 12 805,000
Topping the list for the highest median sale price is the town of Greenwich, which also had the highest sale of the month. 116Oneida Drive sold for $20,377,000 featuring 21 rooms, 9 bedrooms, 8 full baths, 3 half baths and sitting on almost 4 waterfront acres.
The market continues to be most active in the under $1,000,000 price point. For the month of October there were a total of 21 sales over $2,000,000, representing approximately 8% of the market activity.
For more information on Fairfield County real estate, when to sell, how to buy and what you need to know about the local communities, visit LizTardifRealEstate.com
Can you tell what makes this room different from anyone else’s? It’s the art of course. If you want to create an interior look that is unique to you, add original art. CherryStreetArt.com
Connecticut is rich in the arts. Just driving through the cities and towns of Connecticut and visiting the public buildings can be a rewarding art experience. Visit the magnificent murals in Connecticut website to see where to find them. Here are a couple:
One of the most rewarding lifestyle benefits of living in Fairfield County Connecticut is the proximity to one of the largest art meccas of the world, New York City. Christie’s auction house will be having their Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale on November 15 featuring art by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Leonardo Da Vinci, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and many more. For investment art buyers in the $2,000,000 to $50,000,000 price point.
For the new to somewhat seasoned collector, we have lots of original art by many local (and living) artists to adorn your homes and offices. Be original and enrich your surroundings with original art.
Need help navigating the endless world of galleries, art shows and internet resources to find art that suits your style and your budget? Visit CherryStreetArt.com, email liz@cherryStreetArt.com or call 203-246-5397 to set up a personal consultation. Get the advice and guidance you need to make good art decisions.
Our next Art of Buying Art Talk presented by Liz Tardif will be held at the Fairfield Public Library,November 28, at 7:00pm. Be unique…..buy originals. Register here.