Analisa Flaherty knows the challenges of sourcing unique and original artwork at an affordable price, after many years working in artist representation, interior styling, and visual merchandising.
She founded Bison Art to address this gap in the market. The new online art gallery discovers and platforms a deliberately small group of artists, with artworks sold via Bison Art’s website.
The price point of most works is under $1000, with several works below $500, offering customers the chance to purchase original art at a more affordable price point than most traditional galleries.
Among Bison Art’s artists are:
- The evocative’ and untamed watercolour works of Alisha Rich
- Daniel Paul Peterson’s energetic and bold paintings
- Florist and fine artist Brigitte Amiel-Northover’s large-scale oil paintings on wooden panels
- The finely detailed porcelain sculptures of Sarah Hudson
- Marie Hiot’s intimate, abstract depictions of the female form
Analisa Flaherty says each work has ‘something’ — an innate presence, a memory, a hope, a visceral representation of Australia’s natural world, or simply an abstract wonder.
The rich diversity of Bison Art works encompasses both contemporary trends — native flora and fauna, overblown flowers, pastels, inspirational works, powerful realism — and classic styles.