Investor Michael B. Schwartz is taking his passion for investing in art and creating art and transforming it into something profitable for himself and others.
Schwartz, who is the founder of the ArtInvestment Management Group, said the art industry is a huge opportunity for investors because it is the fastest growing part of the economy.
“The art market is very healthy,” Schwartz said.
“We are seeing a lot of growth.
We’re seeing artists that are creating things that are new and creative, and the art community is growing tremendously.”
The ArtInvestor Group has more than 1,000 registered investors and is helping artists create their own digital portfolios.
The first $250,000 in investments will go to artists and their artists and will be used to purchase digital artwork from a portfolio of 40 artists.
The investment will include digital artwork, artwork and artwork samples, and art supplies, among other things.
The portfolio will also include artwork by other artists, and Schwartz said the portfolio will have a “gold standard” for quality.
“We’re trying to make the best investments for our members and the investors that are buying art and investing in the art market,” Schwartz explained.
ArtInvestor has more of a portfolio than a portfolio.
There are other investments that the group is offering, but they are a little more focused on artists and a little less focused on the overall value of art.
ArtFund’s founder and chief executive officer, Chris Buehler, said ArtInvestors is a one-stop shop for investors.
“When people hear the word portfolio, they’re probably thinking about hedge funds, but we are not,” Buehl said.
“ArtInvestors offers an investment that is focused on specific artists.
It also is not a portfolio, it is a portfolio for the artists.”
ArtInvestment has had an impressive run.
Last year, the group generated $1.4 billion in revenues.
That figure includes fees, commissions and sales.
The company was valued at $1 billion in 2015.
Schwartz said the ArtFund group is also investing in digital art, as well.
He said the group will be investing in some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Disney, Warner Bros., Lucasfilm and Universal.
The ArtFund portfolio will include artwork from the likes of Mark Wahlberg, Tom Hanks, Brad Pitt, Amy Adams, Tom Hooper, David Bowie, George Clooney and Paul McCartney.
“In addition to being an investor in art, ArtInvestin will be the first to invest in artists that will be creating art for the masses and to help them get their work out there,” Schwartz told NHL.com.
Schiz’s investment in ArtInvestre was part of a larger deal involving a $2 billion investment in the company.
Artinvestment has more money than it used to have.
Its total assets have grown from $1 million in 2015 to more than $3 billion now.
The group also had a $5.5 billion valuation last year.
Schlauenberg, the Artinvestor Group’s chief executive, said that as the art world continues to grow, the value of the art business is going up.
“It’s great for us because we have this great community, it’s great to have the art people and the artists and the people that are supporting the artists, so we have that to look forward to,” Schlauenbom said.
Schmider is also a regular investor in the Art of America Foundation, a non-profit that supports arts and crafts businesses across the country.
He said the growth in art markets is good for the art investors.
Schultz said ArtFund is just one of many digital asset investments that ArtInvest has been making to support artists.
He added that Artinvestors is just a part of an investment group that is also focused on investing in creative industries.
Art Investment has had some successes, too.
The firm has generated revenue of more than half a billion dollars since 2015.