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Art Grab Bring Column Bookkeeping To Fine Artists

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Column Arts Agency and Art Grab have joined forces to bring creative bookkeeping to more self-employed artists.

Art Grab, a London-based art agency that represents fine artists and connects them to buyers in an approachable way through exhibitions and studio tours, will be introducing Column’s bookkeeping services to the world of fine art via their website artgrab.co.uk.

Until now Column, a full service illustration and design agency, had offered their financial support services almost exclusively to creatives that work in the illustration and design sectors. But through partnering with Art Grab they have opened their doors to fine artists too.

William Astbury, Column Founder, “It’s great to be working with such an up-coming organisation.

“We see this as an amazing opportunity to reach-out and help more artists. And we’re doing Art Grab’s books too.”

Adam Goodwin, Art Grab Creative Director, added: “Column provide a fantastic service and we hope that by working with them we can better support our artists, giving them the freedom to focus on producing great work.”

Column Arts Agency have created a simple straight-forward bookkeeping service which has been specifically designed for arty types.

You pay monthly, so you’re not faced with huge accounting bills, and it costs less than an average mobile phone bill.

It’s all online so you can monitor your accounts situation any time day or night, and Column advise you on saving so you can cope financially when the tax man comes knocking. You can find out more about Column Bookkeeping by clicking here.

 

Artwork: 

Rupture II by Jack Spencer Ashworth of Art Grab

Before The Fire by Nick Sheehy (aka Showchicken) of Column Arts Agency

 

Adam Goodwin, Art Grab Creative Director, added: "Column provide a fantastic service and we hope that by working with them we can better support our artists, giving them the freedom to focus on producing great work."