Art Collectors scramble to own Duane Cash paintings. Art lovers buying up many original modern abstract art, floral art, landscape paintings and outsider art of Phet Cash and Duane Cash. Couple's art values on the rise. Buyers making instant purchases on ebay.

Share Article

Art collectors begin to a scramble for Duane Cash originals. Landscape painting nearly sold out because of increasing gallery values after web announcement. Duane Cash, inventor of the Duane Cash Cube Collection, makes headlines in GAMES Magazine.

Duane Cash, EBSQ Self-representing artist, Ebay Powerseller, and inventor of the Duane Cash Cube Collection as featured through the Rubik's website, has experienced a sudden surge in hits and requests for paintings following a short announcement on earlier this week.

Duane Cash, who sells along with his artist wife, Phet Cash (now an EBSQ Certified artist), announced that they were in the process of evaluating their financial situation and assessing whether or not Cash Art Studio will remain in business.

Shortly after the announcement from Duane Cash, traffic to the website doubled and requests for art commissions, logo orders, and Rubik's puzzle emails have been coming in rapidly.

It appears now after several recent "Buy It Now!" purchases of their works, that the paintings of Duane and Phet Cash will be some of the hottest selling works of art in the United States throughout 2004. It may be an art buying frenzy that rivals anything we have seen in recent years.

As the gallery values of their artwork rapidly increases, it is advised by the experts to buyers that they will do well buy using the "Buy It Now!" purchase option if there is a painting that catches their attention. Apparently, for their more expensive works, Cash Art Studio will offer payment plan options to allow the necessary time for the paintings to be purchased.

"We realize that our art is an investment for our buyers," says Cash Art Studio, "and who knows just how many of these paintings will later auction for hundreds of thousands or even millions in the next few years."

Duane Cash, a native New Mexican artist, now living again in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has brought to life such innovations as the Duane Cash Cube Collection, a set of 6 puzzle inventions inluding the Rubik's Triamese Cube and Rubik's Fusion+ Cube, as well as his "Friend's and Family" and "Mystical" series landscape tree paintings displaying a raw earthy background and sky and vibrantly color red and orange "glowing" trees. He has also recently released the Inspiration Rock, a series of original hand-painted rocks featuring these same bright trees and also displaying an inspirational message on the reserve side.

The flood of orders has been intense, and ebay search engines have seen an increase in the amount of searches done on "Duane Cash Art" as well as "Phet Cash Art" lately.

"I find the whole phenomenon of his (Duane Cash's) work fascinating, and I would love to help in keeping his art alive," says one local collector. "I think we would be losing a great historical artist if he returned to working a different job. What if Van Gogh or Monet decided not to paint anymore because of another job? What masterpieces would we have missed out on from these great masters? I plan on purchasing one of his landscapes very soon."

Duane Cash, also had an article released recently in the April 2004 issue of "GAMES" Magazine featuring his puzzle inventions in the Duane Cash Cube Collection. Timing did not give any favors for this article because of some website restructuring taking place at the same time on the online Rubikshop.

Duane and Phet Cash have become America's Living Artist Couple in a short period of time through their website and through auction venues such as ebay.

Learn more about the art of Duane Cash and Phet Cash by visiting Cash Art Studio ( or visit their ebay store to make a direct purchase at (

Information on the Duane Cash Cube Collection now featured on the Rubik's website, can be found at Rubix Corner (

Cash Art Studio is still taking orders for the couple's almost "sold out" works of fine art.


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print