Maker's Mrkt works with Art Money to assist you with financing for your art collection.
Art Money makes it easier & more affordable to buy art. Take your art home and pay for it later in 10 payments. Interest-free. Art Money is available from $675 to $50,000.
Art Money makes owning art easy and affordable. Payments are spread over 10 monthly payments. After paying a minimum 10% deposit, you can take your artwork home and pay the remaining balance over 9 months, interest-free.
Art Money helps you enjoy art, support local artists and galleries and contributes to the long-term sustainability of Australian art and culture.
Art Money is currently available in over 400 galleries across Australia, New Zealand the U.S and internationally.
When shopping on Maker's Mrkt some artworks will have an Art Money Symbol under the product which means Art Money is available for your purchase. Click on the Art MOney button to be directed to the Art Money site.
Apply for Art Money credit in advance so you are ready to go when you find a work you love. Or apply for Art Money at the gallery or art fair when you find a work you'd like to purchase. It only takes a few minutes.
All you need are some personal details and your Photo ID. Art Money is available from $675 to $50,000.
Find art you love at participating Art Money galleries. Browse the gallery list to find Maker's Mrkt.
Once you've found a work you'd like to buy, confirm the artwork price and pay a minimum 10% deposit directly to the gallery. Log in to your Art Money account to finalise the purchase and choose how you would like to pay the 9 monthly repayments. Don't forget to have your driver's licence or passport, as well as your credit card or bank account direct debit details.
Art Money will handle the rest! You'll be sent a confirmation email and your next payment will be debited one month after purchase.
Congratulations! The work is yours to take home and enjoy.
Art Money makes buying art affordable.
With Art Money, an artwork that costs $5,000 is only $500 a month over 10 payments (your first payment is your deposit). Use the Art Money calculator to find out how little your desired work would cost per month.