The Art Rental Programme at the North Vancouver Community Arts Council has over 400 pieces of original two-dimensional artwork for rent and for sale. Rental prices range from $10 to $50 per month. Art Rental is an inexpensive way to decorate!
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Visit the Art Rental Salon at CityScape Community Art Space
The Art Rental Salon is open to the public during regular gallery hours, Monday to Saturday, 12-5pm. Open late Thursday til 8:00pm.
Visit the upcoming salon-style exhibition at CityScape Community Art Space:
Rent Art for your home
Become a member of the Arts Council and enjoy a variety of original art in your own home for an affordable price. If you are a homeowner intending to purchase original art, you can rent work while deciding which piece to invest in. If you just moved into a new space, you can rent art to fill bare walls and create a lived-in feeling. When you plan to sell your home, artwork can increase the aesthetic appeal of your residence. Art Rental is also an inexpensive way to impress your guests or create a distinctive mood for a special event or dinner party.
Rent Art for your place of business
Enhance the atmosphere of your work environment. Use artwork at a restaurant, spa or office to create ambiance or to energize the space. Select that perfect piece to complete your home staging process. Art Rental provides exposure for local artists and acts as a tax-deductible expense for your business. The Arts Council offers a hanging service for corporate, group and business members who want to rent a minimum of three pieces of artwork. We will select art for your office or place of business, deliver the artwork and hang it for you, changing the work every three months. Or you may want to view the collection and make your own selections. read more...
Rent Art for film and tv
The majority of the artwork in our collection is copyright cleared. Please contact our office for more information and additional industry fees.
Thank you to the British Columbia Arts Council, the Province of British Columbia and the City of North Vancouver for their assistance in the Art Rental Salon project.