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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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Michelle Firment Reid Favorite Paintings

  Multidisciplinary Artist From Michelle’s series on Climate Change titled; The Brutal Loss of The Beautiful.   1. Greenland Ice Melt 2019. Acrylic, graphite, gold leaf on canvas. 72" x 48"   2. Divergence Acrylic, oil, graphite on canvas. 84" x 60"   3. Waking In Your Veiled Sunrise Acrylic, graphite, gold leaf on canvas. 48"

Jay Exon’s Paintings

Featured at Joseph Gierek Fine Art 1. BAGGAGE CLAIMacrylic on canvas48” x 36”These vibrant colors of yellow, purple and green reminded Jay of the lines and movement the of runway and conveyer belts at the airport, so he titled this piece, Baggage Claim. “As kids, we

Chris Mantle’s 3 Paintings

  Chris Mantle’s 3 Paintings @christophermantle   1. After leaving Louisiana to visit his mom, Mantle at 15 years old, painted this piece in the backyard of Turley, Oklahoma. This piece is special to Mantle because his mother kept the painting in her home even after being offered $10,000

Three Favorites from Philbrook

  1. The Little Shepherdess, 1889. William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Oil on canvas. Gift of Laura A. Clubb, 1947.8.82   This painting is a longtime iconic piece of The Philbrook. For generations, Tulsans have been coming to see The Shepherdess. Recently, she has moved to a new location in the

Cristiana Prado

1. Mother Guardian of the Gardens This is made with stoneware, glaze, and luster. It is a very good example of how her sources of inspiration are fused. This piece shows some features of an Orisha plus natural elements found in gardens such as flowers and leaves. In general her