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Arty Girl: 20x200 Website Offers Affordable Art by Carrie Marill

Local artist Carrie Marill is featured on the home page of www.20x200.com today, a website dedicated to selling fine art prints.

This, however, isn't a generic site like www.allposters.com where you can get a millionth reprint of Van Gogh's Starry Night for your kid's dorm room. And it doesn't let just anyone sell their art (etsy.com, I love you, but some of your sellers are a little...well, you know...yikes).

Nope, the folks behind 20x200 have a discerning eye while catering to art collectors at affordable prices.

The website's founder, Jen Bekman, owns an art gallery in New York. She shows emerging artists and provides a place for new collectors to find art. Three years ago, she wanted to take her mission a step further and branched out on the internet.

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Today, the website boasts over 150 artists from across the nation. It offers limited edition fine art prints in various sizes with costs ranging from $20 to $5,000. Every print includes a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.

Check out Carrie Marill's page...at last, even I can afford her stuff.

For more artists and info about 20x200, go to www.20x200.com.

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