Global Art Gallery Goes Live, Making Art Accessible to All

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Tokarta the new online art gallery launches to a worldwide audience.

A refreshingly open approach to selling art and inspired web design look set to establish Tokarta, the new on-line art gallery, as the first stop for anyone with a serious interest in viewing artwork by some of the most exciting contemporary artists around.

If you are looking to buy or sell art then Tokarta's website, which went live this month, is the place for you. Numerous artists have already signed up to the gallery which showcases artwork in a vast range of media to suit every style requirement.

Established by Girts Gailans, Jan Bickerton and Girts' son Aleksis Gailans, Tokarta sets itself apart from other on-line galleries by putting a strong emphasis on the artist's rights and needs. No commission charges and no hidden costs ensure that Tokarta presents both exhibitors and buyers with a fair market place. Artists pay a small sum to rent their space in the cyber gallery and showcase their work worldwide; all this for a fraction of the costs they might usually incur.

Both Girts and Jan have experience selling their own fine art photographic prints on the internet. This first hand knowledge of the process and its potential pitfalls has enabled the team at Tokarta to create a gallery where exhibitors have full control; they choose what to hang and for how long.

Add to that the wealth of experience in web design that Aleksis Gailans brings to the team and you have an on-line gallery that is unrivalled for its sophisticated, efficient and accessible service. Tokarta offers a huge variety of artwork on a site that looks great and is easy to negotiate too.

Tokarta is already proving a hit with artists from a far afield as the USA, United Kingdom and Europe and numerous art lovers have also started using the website to add to their collections.

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