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Art Scene Disrupting the Market Through Inclusion


Art Scene (formerly AI Art Advisor), the next-generation art discovery and evaluation app, is disrupting the art market by combining cutting-edge technology with deep insights into art and aesthetics. Our proprietary "artistic quotient" machine learning system helps users discover their unique taste in art and navigate the art market with confidence. With Art Scene, collecting art is no longer limited to the elite few - our app is democratizing the market and making it accessible to everyone.



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Artists

What do I do when I grow up?

Anitra Lavanhar, like many artists, discovered her love of photography in high school but found the technical aspects of the Art to be intimidating. She explains that even though she loved it, she talked herself out of it because of the technically complicated learning curve

Anne Pollard James

“In March 2020, I took my first oil painting class. I did a session with Marjorie Atwood, we bought six paints and some pallet paper, and she taught me how to paint and shade a sphere, then the world shut down."

Christopher Mantle Gallery

“Get a white box and put your art into it.” This is not the only advice Tulsan artist and gallery owner, Chris Mantle, gives to aspiring artists when it comes to showing their work, but it is exactly how his career started.

Lisa Regan Art – Tulsa, OK

Fauvism was the first of the avant-garde movements that flourished in France in the early twentieth century. Ruled by nature, and ideally—no rules at all—the Fauve painters helped break away from the controlled concept of Impressionism.

Michelle Firment Reid at Atelier MFR in Tulsa, OK

When I asked the multi-disciplinarian artist, Michelle Firment Reid, to describe her work, it made sense when she answered, “Art for me is all the time.” Having a 30-year career as a full-time artist, Michelle’s so-called input-time comes in the form of her everyday living.