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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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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.

Philbrook Museum – Tulsa, OK

Artwork needs to be active, it needs to be activated, it needs to be able to tell stories that matter to people that live here” says Scott Stulen, the Executive Director of Philbrook Museum of Art.

AI Art Advisor Available For Live Events

Budget Collector launched a new initiative to have live-app interactions at public events. If you’d like to invite the team to future events in the Oklahoma region, please feel free to reach out. Attendees found the event a fun activity during live events.

Royce Myers Gallery

Royce and Kay Myers started the Royce Myers Gallery in 1987. By the time they decided to open their gallery to the public as well, they had cultivated the wealth of experience and a solid community of artists that they’re known for today.

ActHouse Cohort 2

https://youtu.be/yWNjMQOS9jY The team is grateful to be accepted into ActHouse Tulsa's second cohort. It was incredibly powerful to see Cohort One's Demo Day before signing our agreements. The cohort was introduced by Lt. Gov Matt Pinnell who discussed the state's priorities for encouraging new businesses. ActHouse