Friday, July 13th, 2012 - Artchu
Within months of launching its online platform, an Australian and Singapore-based company welcomes its fiftieth artist to create bespoke art pieces for art lovers and their homes or work places.

Artchu makes original art accessible and affordable and allows customers to have custom-made art created by artists from around the world according to their personal preferences.

Artchu director Kern Wyman says celebrating the milestone of fifty gallery artists is exciting and gives customers more choices and more potential to commission their ideal piece of art.

“The online platform is really taking off, and the rapid growth sees our gallery bursting with talent and experienced professionals bringing new concepts to the table,” Mr Wyman says.

“Having more artists means more of a variety of outcomes for customers with artists employing different styles and techniques when producing new art.
“The online business profiles all fifty gallery artists with their artistic credentials, portfolios conveying their style of art and creations all up for show to customers who’d like a little affordable art in their life.

“All customers need to do is have an idea around the style of art they like, and perhaps a subject, a photo, an image or something that artists can consider and return with bids to undertake the work.”

Mr Wyman says a gallery of artists from all around the world means each artist has been raised with different artistic influences and can capture different cultural aspects in the art, which is perfect for capturing any customer’s preference.

“Artchu’s gallery artists are from places such as Singapore, Italy, Australia, Vietnam, Europe, and the U.S. and are all dedicated to their artistic work,” Mr Wyman says.

“The business helps consumers who would love a piece of customised art, and before purchase would like to hear from a number of artists that specialise in those styles.

“There is massive potential for the platform to create a cultural shift and a real opportunity to create some truly distinctive works of art through our platform.”

Mr Wyman says the successful growth of Artchu reveals that there was a desperate need for this style of platform for consumers to access affordable and personalised art.

“Customers have come back saying how much they love the way that the art is being produced through the platform and that the end results are having a major impact on uplifting the atmosphere in their workplaces and homes,” Mr Wyman says.

“Our platform allows people to specify an art brief that matches their tastes and spaces, and then have a diverse range of artists waiting to bid on turning your thoughts into great art.

“Anything you can imagine can be created and there are lots of different artists from an array of countries just waiting for the opportunity to create unique and special pieces.”

The online platform is free to try. For more information, to view the gallery artists or to submit a brief visit