Art collectors, take note. Marina Romanova-Arnott, an Orange County-based philanthropist, artist and art collector, has launched a new website, Marina4Art.com, which is designed to showcase and and sell her collection of modern pieces by names from Dali, Warhol and Hirst to Banksy, Quinn, Murakami and Nara. Her collection also includes photographic art from LaChapelle and Minter, as well as pieces from up-and-coming artists, Aoshima, Bracey, Dzama and Kelley.
“As an artist you hope your work will not only change people’s thought processes, but also ignite conversation,” said Romanova-Arnott. “After spending many years in the art world, constantly evolving, it was important for me to share my passion with other collectors around the world. My vision for Marina4Art.com is to create a place where both enthusiasts and those new to the art community can come and find pieces that they enjoy and that help them on a journey to find meaning in both the piece and their own lives.”
The 100+ piece collection (which also features 33 original pieces from Romanova-Arnott) is fully available for both viewing and purchase on the site.
Standouts include Warhol’s “Red Lenin” for $125,000, four bowls and plates by Picasso for $8,000 – $10,000 each, and a $70,000 red butterfly monoprint from Damien Hirst.