Santa Fe, NM, July 15, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Robert Casterline, founder of Aspen-based Museum Works Galleries, is pleased to announce the launch of a new gallery located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Beginning July 15, 2009, Museum Works Galleries, Santa Fe will open to the public and feature works from both established and emerging artists, including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Marcus Jansen, James Wolanin and Danielle Procaccio.
“We encourage art enthusiasts and those who are interested in art as an investment to visit our new gallery in Santa Fe,” said Robert Casterline, who has owned and operated Museum Works in Aspen for over 15 years.
“A wide variety of artwork will be highlighted, including a three million dollar collection that was recently acquired in Las Vegas,” he added.
Located two blocks from the Georgia O’Keefe Museum, the new Museum Works gallery is located at 135 West Palace in Santa Fe. Robert Casterline noted that the new facility is expected to attract many investors in the area, despite the difficult economic environment.
“People realize that investing in tangible assets makes sense during uncertain times,” Casterline said. “Much like gold, investing in secondary art can offer a safe haven for investors and the new Santa Fe gallery will offer a broad range of works to choose from.”
Robert Casterline and Museum Works Galleries will also be participating in “Art Santa Fe,” an international art fair that features a mix of contemporary galleries from all over the globe. The ninth annual festival will be held from July 23-26, 2009 at El Museo in the heart of Santa Fe's Railyard district.
With the ability to network with other dealers and brokers, Robert Casterline deals with estates, collectors and artists, allowing him to acquire and offer some of the most sought-after pieces in the world. Casterline also provides personal and corporate art advising through his company.
For more information, visit http://www.robert-casterline.com or call 970-948-0393.