Fine Art America is the world's most powerful sales and marketing tool for photographers and visual artists.
Simply open an account, upload your images, set your prices for all our available products, and you're instantly in business! FAA provides you with an e-commerce website, fulfills your orders for you, and sends you your profits each month.
Expertise in: 19th Century Hudson River School Artists, 18th & 19th Century American Masterworks, 19th Century Federal Furniture, 18th & 19th Century Gasoliers & Whale Oil Lighting, 18th & 19th Century Tiffany & Coin Silver, 19th Century Caucasian & Oriental Rugs
Q.M.R. Fine Art Consulting & Wealth Management, (Q.M.R). was founded in 2009 by Qeturah Rasyth, who has spent the last 10 years in Seattle, WA, Los Angeles, CA, St. Louis, MO, Washington D.C. and Pittsburgh, PA promoting, appraising and developing relationships with corporations, government agencies, Fine Art Galleries and collectors. She has become a trusted source in the art community and has been known for her creative business development to the NFL, NHL,NBA, Federal Public Sector, Smithsonian and Not for profits across the globe that share a interest in investing in and promoting creativity throughout the United States in fine arts. Specializing in unique and thought provoking genre's, Qeturah works with local, regional, and international collectors of all walks of life and ages to provide investors with proven investments strategies to help them maintain and increase their net worth unlike financial institutions and advisors that cannot guarantee solutions that appreciate at time of purchase.
'I am from three generations of affluent art collectors of African American master works of art. My family established ourselves in Westmoreland Place, St. Louis, MO where we own 2 Fair St. Louis Mansions across from Forest Park. Fine Decorative Arts have always played a major role growing up, 1),as a investment that always appreciates 2),as a link to history that can be passed on from generation to generation and lastly, 3), as a decorative piece of art. Decorative arts have proven to be an avenue to buffer taxes, provide funding for large expenditures such as college education and housing for my siblings and for a relatively small entry expense, it has always out performed the stock markets'. - Qeturah Rasyth