MILL VALLEY, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: ArteQuesta today announced a new art investment program in its support for veterans and military families. The fine arts investment company believes that every opportunity for the enjoyment of art, including the opportunity for art investment, should be given to those who serve the United States.
ArteQuesta is known for both their unique approach to art investment, and their international effort to rescue and protect the art of Israel. This new art investment program offers military families exclusive access to a collection of artworks for purchase at special rates. The company is passionate about helping others build quality art investment portfolios, and is proud to help military families achieve their financial dreams.
“Today we reinforce our pledge to support America’s military heroes in every way we can. We want to help make their short and long term investment goals a reality,” says Rayah Levy, art market expert and founder of ArteQuesta. “Through their sacrifices, our military and their families give us a land of freedom. We give thanks for them, and will keep doing our part to give them a land of opportunity.”
ArteQuesta helps individuals, families, companies and institutions build investment quality art collections. We help clients discover new art and artists; get access to art not available to the public; advise on purchases and sales; provide first-class provenance services; buy and sell; keep them up to date on trends, new artists and exhibitions worldwide.
Founder Rayah Levy brings years of expertise in the art market as an advisor, curator, educator and humanitarian to bring together the fine arts and the investment world, promote preeminent 21st century artists and foster artistic expression.
For those interested in ArteQuesta’s efforts to provide military families with art investment opportunities please visit ArteQuesta’s website: http://www.artequesta.com/ .
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