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Turning art enthusiasts into collectors.


Budget Collector is on a mission to help you find the missing art pieces in your life in a fun, open, collaborative, and inclusive manner.

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Georgia Tech Students at Budget Collector

In the background of app testing and data analysis, Budget Collector was preparing to onboard 20 master students from The Georgia Institute of Technology (AKA Georgia Tech). Georgia Tech’s Master of Science in Analytics program is an interdisciplinary data science degree which requires students to

Weaving Dreams into Reality

Shenequa Brooks is a multidisciplinarian artist that uses weaving and textiles to share spiritual stories about her life and connecting the dots for others to find their own.

Wretched Blasphemy

Just being able to think of myself as an artist. Is a huge success. That I can provide for my family and create a comfortable lifestyle. It would be the absolute dream of the dream".

Cristiana Prado

I was born in the city of Salvador, Brazil, in a historic region full of mysticism and symbolism due to the syncretism of cultures and religions from European, African, and native peoples. This diversity has shaped my artistic endeavors. My art works result from my

It’s Quite Fun to be Old

Cynthia’s simple and sweet success story is one I find incredibly relatable, her story is of persistence, humility, hard work, and intentionality.

Aviator Turned Artist

Phil was a decorated Aviator with a 20-year career flying almost every aircraft in the Army inventory. While stationed in Kansas, he began to take art classes. Thus, starting his career as a fine arts painter. Then, making his way to Santa Fe, where he

Taylor Painter Wolfe

Her process is not simple, yet her work exudes a complex simplicity. Her multi-dimensional pieces hold bold, vibrant colors, sharp lines, and familiar abstract images akin to a mosaic.

Painting is Breathing

"I always thought God's colors were browns and clays. And then one day I looked at the sunset, and I was like, Look at that neon pink! Wow, God made pink, too," and from that moment, she started seeing vibrant colors in people's faces and anatomy.