How To Stand Out From the Crowd

Most of us live in a world where uniformity, low cost and mass production means that it is difficult to express ourselves by what we wear, use or live in. Thousands if not millions of people own the same thing, wear the same thing, use the same thing. It is difficult to stand out from the crowd; it is difficult to even be ourselves without being compared to someone else.

However, there is one distinctive way for every one of us to express ourselves and to also enjoy what we have created - acquire original art and display it in your home.

How It Can Be Done

Our website, is both an online art gallery featuring Canadian artists and a resource for our clients where they can come for direction, advice, ideas, education and personal service.

CCC has developed an approach to acquiring original art that suits all homeowners, regardless of their budget, art knowledge and personal tastes.

“Original Art Purchase and Enjoyment Guidelines”

How to acquire art for your home within budget that will give
you increasing pleasure over your lifetime.

We also provide real-life examples of how people have achieved this. Periodically we publish a pictorial blog of one person’s home, their artwork and their comments.

Client Services

Our gallery features a curated selection of oil paintings, watercolour paintings, glass art, pottery and ceramics, photo art with prices from $300 to $10,000. Our clients buy art pieces from our gallery and from other sources.

Probably the most valuable features of the gallery are the client services:

  • Weekly blog of ideas, news and guidance about acquiring original art
  • “Shop at Home” - clients can view original art in their homes before purchasing (currently offered in Southern Ontario)
  • “Purchase Price Guarantee Policy” – CCC will repurchase any art piece at the original sale price for up to 3 years after purchase.
  • “No Questions Asked Return Policy” – return any purchased piece within 15 days for a full refund.
  • “Art Evaluation” – CCC staff offer their professional opinion about any art purchase being considered, regardless of where it is purchased from.