New Community for Artists and Art Appreciators Launches at ArtSavvy.com.

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ArtSavvy is an all-encompassing free social-networking website for Artists and Art Appreciators. ArtSavvy enables Art Appreciators to regionally search for art. This allows Art Appreciators to find Art that they believe they would like online, and actually see that Art in person. Ultimately saving Art Appreciators time, money, and ultimately they end up more satisfied with the Art they have purchased.

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Today ArtSavvy.com launched. ArtSavvy.com is a website for artists and art "appreciators" where users can buy art, sell art, and appreciate art. It is a creative platform that allows people to share and discuss art. By using the forums, displaying geo-based events, and uncovering art venues throughout different locales, ArtSavvy.com is dedicated to giving artists and art buyers the most comprehensive art network possible.

"I founded ArtSavvy.com as a place where artists can come together," said Kyle Huffstetler, founder of ArtSavvy.com. "It's not just a website about art, but a community for artists to discuss art, collaborate on projects, sell and buy used equipment, and, most importantly, display their work to the world."

ArtSavvy.com, the sister site to TuneSavvy.com, is the only community on the web that gives artists the ability to sell their work, collaborate on projects, and find used equipment. It also provides them with a forum to discuss all things art: anywhere from interests, to styles, to favorite artists, etc.

ArSavvy.com is not just a community for artists to mingle with each other, but it is also a marketplace. It is a place where buyers can request projects from ArtSavvy.com users; where buyers can purchase work; and where artists can establish themselves through a peer and buyer review system.

ArtSavvy.com is based in Potomac, Maryland and was founded by Kyle Huffstetler in 2009. http://www.ArtSavvy.com

ArtSavvy Contact: Kyle Huffstetler    

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