Rent (or Own) Artwork

“Bored with the artwork in your home? Instead of buying all new pieces, rent some. HangItUp Chicago, leases artwork from local established and emerging artists, such as Mark Collins, Jamie Link, Fred Moss, and Elisa Boughner.”

Bored with the artwork in your home? Instead of buying all new pieces, rent some. HangItUp Chicago, leases artwork from local established and emerging artists, such as Mark Collins, Jamie Link, Fred Moss, and Elisa Boughner (she did this oil painting). Just choose from their offerings, which include oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors, mixed media, photography, and even sculpture. The company will deliver, install, and rotate the artwork for you. You rent each piece for three months at a time (the cost depends on the value and some of the fees go to the artist). And don’t worry about falling in love with a piece and having to say goodbye to it. If you find the perfect painting, you can buy it.

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2 years ago
Posted by NinaTran

Leasing artwork is a good idea. This way you will have the latest piece of art in your house. It will also be nice because you can change it after a point of them so there is not question of it getting outdated or you getting bored with it. Also its great that if you love it you can buy it. What better art deal can one get! This is impressive.

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