2014: A Look in the Rearview Mirror January 10 2015

But seriously... WOW. We're still basking in the glory that is 2014, easing right on into 2015. It will be a challenge to top, but in the service of art we say "Bring it!"



   Spreading the love for art and artists, we started our brand new 5+5 and In the Studio newsletters. We're drawing back the curtain on our passionate artists hard at work, and some of our trailblazing collectors' favorites. Not to mention, our Pinterest has more to excite and inspire with popular new boards like Artists At LargeOn Our Radar and Inspiring Salon Walls.

  Wildly talented new artists Negar Ahkami, Emilie ClarkKelly Inouye, Pete Mauney, Gretchen Scherer, and Bahar Yurukoglu joined our ranks.

  Our vintage and space collections really took off this year! We hit the road with legendary photographers like Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans, marveled at new views of earth by NASA astronaut Donald Pettit, and journeyed through the millennia on the Mississippi river.

In April, our new editions kicked off with Jason Polan's Giraffe Drawings and closed the year with Letters: Z from William Wegman's Letters series. That's 63 new editions to strike your fancy!

 

 

  To support one of our favorite New York public spaces, we partnered with Friends of the High Line and Amy Jean Porter to release a beautiful duo of editions featuring the flora of The High Line. A portion of the proceeds directly benefit Friends of the High Line.

  Last—but certainly not least—we made gifting (yourself perhaps!) a cinch this year with a second release from Mike + Doug Starn's Structure of Thought series, and an alphabet of photographs by William Wegman. We even had procrastinators covered with our nifty printable card.

Don't worry, we're not likely to rest on our laurels for long. We've got plans...BIG PLANS... for 2015. You can expect plenty more Art for Everyone in the months ahead!

With art for everyone,
Jen Bekman + Team 20x200