About Fine Art Collector

Photo of FineArtCollector owner Mark Skeffington holding a Conrad Furey painting

FineArtCollector owner Mark Skeffington holds a Conrad Furey painting that is part of his art collection.

Fine Art Collector is a Canadian online art gallery devoted to Canadian fine art.

Fine Art Collector was originally launched by a pair of Ontario-based art lovers and art collectors with a strong interest in Canadian art: Clayton Kenyon and Mark Skeffington. The art gallery is now managed by Mark Skeffington.

We started the gallery because we saw a need for an alternative way to buy, sell and collect Canadian art.

FineArtCollector.ca believes original art should be accessible to everyone – art lovers of all kinds, from first-time buyers to longtime collectors.

Buying art

Buying art can be intimidating.

Walking into an art gallery to view and buy art can be intimidating. The sale price for an artwork isn’t usually displayed, and some people are hesitant to ask. Sometimes the price tag is shocking. Buying art at art auction, whether live or online auctions, can also be intimidating, with high buyer premiums and numerous rules and conditions.

Selling art

Selling art can also be intimidating, whether selling one artwork or an Estate collection that’s been inherited. A seller can feel bewildered by the many avenues to sell art, and face high consignment fees, other expenses, and numerous conditions.

Buying and selling art doesn’t have to be intimidating. FineArtCollector takes the fear factor out of buying, selling, collecting and consigning art.

We offer an alternative to art dealers/art auction houses and Internet classifieds to buy and sell art, providing friendly, personal and professional service.

FineArtCollector showcases quality art by listed Canadian artists in a variety of mediums, styles and price points – and prices are clearly indicated.

Read media coverage about FineArtCollector:

Online gallery makes Canadian art more accessible

Online gallery a gateway to fine art

FineArtCollector.ca art gallery opens with a mission