Marina Romanova-Arnott, an Orange County based philanthropist, artist and art collector has announced the launching, Marina4Art in order to sell works from her private collection of modern, unique and provocative works from around the world as well as her original work. Marina4Art involves 33 of her own original artworks, as well as 84 pieces from various other artists, along with prices ranging from $950 for Romanova-Arnott’s 1999 piece Home to $900,000 for Marc Quinn’s 2008 Gold Leaf on Bronze sculpture.
Among the artists featured will be such luminaries of the past half century as Dali, Warhol, Hirst, Banksy, Quinn, Murakami and Nara. There will also be a section devoted to photographic art featuring prints from LaChapelle and Minter as well as new artists Aoshima, Bracey, Dzama and Kelley.
Born and raised in Russia, Romanova-Arnott made a master’s degree in great arts in 1992 from the University of Moscow, promptly moving to Brand-new York City right after, then on to West Hollywood in 1994.
Along with her own job being influenced by abstract impressionism and surrealism, working in several different mediums love oil, watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media, it only makes sense that her art collection would certainly span such a wide range of infamous names.