Collecting Art, Interview with Russell Bowman

By Stacey Williams-Ng, Art City contributor. Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel. Nov.7, 2009.

This is an interview with Russell Bowman, the former director of the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Stacey Williams-Ng: One of your gallery’s specialties is “collection planning and acquisition.” Can you define that for our readers? What does it entail?

Russell Bowman: For clients who have an interest in art, I can help them focus that interest. They may be looking for help finding material in a certain area of art, or help knowing what the values are. Other seasoned collectors may need help knowing that they’re properly dealing with care issues. We also assist people who have an interest in art but not much direction, by helping them find that direction.

To read the rest of the interview click here.



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Providing news about art collectors, collections and investments. Including the how to's, the why's and the where's of art collecting. Wanda Pepin, Christina Madden and Elaine Frenett are all professional artists who keep up on the world of art, while creating amazing works of art themselves.
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3 Responses to Collecting Art, Interview with Russell Bowman

  1. Derek McCrea says:

    Wow, thanks for the information you have saved a lot of people a lot of time if they read your blog without having to experiment to learn themselves. The interview is very informational for artists like myself.

  2. Just viewed your website Very inspirational. Love the seascapes and your southwestern art especially!Thanks for visiting our blog and commenting.

  3. Wanda Pepin says:

    Great to understand the views of a director of an art museum about collecting art

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