Unusual Path

July 25, 2010 in Art,Artists | Comments (0)

It may seem like an unusual path for an art gallery to set its sights on an investment firm for an alliance partnership.  Why not?

Unusual Path by Marlene Kort

Unusual Path by Marlene Kort

Hunter-Wolff Gallery and Waddell & Reed found through working some charity projects together that they may have more in common than first met the eye.  Sometimes finding just one important commonality can make all the difference in developing an alliance partner.  The most obvious is our clientele.  Financial investors frequently invest in art and art collectors need financial advisors. Waddell & Reed also have the resources art collectors need to protect their art collection for generations through trusts and other financial instruments.

How will this help clients at the gallery?  First, we have just gained some added wall space for more collections and exhibition and our new “friends” are excited to show-off their impressive office space during your visit.  Protecting your fine art collection is as important as protecting any other asset in your portfolio – check-out Waddell & Reed for all your financial planning/investment needs–now just stop by Hunter-Wolff Gallery for a briefing on what new pieces just arrived or take an unusal path to  Waddell & Reed at 1365 Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs for another grouping of work by some of Hunter-Wolff Gallery’s finest artists.

Waddell & Reed is showcasing works by Marlene Kort, Janelle Cox, Katherine McNeill and John Sherman.

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