About artmarketspace

artmarketspace is a new and user-friendly one-stop destination where art can be sold and bought, using technology to make everything more accessible and convenient. Whether you are looking to sell or buy, or simply learn more about the art-market, it is all possible at artmarketspace.com 

Art Auctions 

Greatly reduced vendor commission rates for selling artwork via auction, that range from as low as 2% up to 8.8% (inc GST) depending on the value of the artworks. 

Buyers-premium that reduces, as the value of the work increases. 

Themed art auctions and individual artwork auctions that run continuously. 

Individual artwork auctions with your artwork sold from your own home, without having to incur any marketing or logistics costs. 

Integrated buyer logistics that are fully automated allowing instant shipping quotes and options to ship nationally or globally. 

Unique Video Experiences (UVE), where artworks can be viewed close-up, at distance and in a 360-degree view. The UVE also provides consumers with trust: “What you see is what you get” 

Curated Auctions-with the convenience of selling through artmarketspace for more prestigious artworks and collections, which include physical viewings. 

Board of Directors

Campbell Newman:

Originally beginning his career as an engineer and officer in the Australian Army he went on to hold senior roles in business in the areas of logistics and infrastructure development. He then entered the world of politics, serving as Lord Mayor of Brisbane, followed by a term as Premier of Queensland. Since leaving the arena of political leadership he has re-entered the world of business being the Chairman and co-founder of Arcana Capital Pty Ltd involved in commercial property syndication and funds management. He also interests and guiding roles in a number of technology start-ups and is a regular political commentator at Australian News Channel (SkyNews) and in Newscorp publications such as The Australian and The Courier Mail. Campbell has an Honours Degree in Civil Engineering, an MBA in Financial Management, is a graduate of the Royal Military College Duntroon and is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia.

Lee Steer:
CEO and Co-founder
After approximately a decade in management roles at Reuters in London, New York and Tokyo (where he first conceived the concept of artmarketspace), Lee left the fast world of the financial markets to establish an art gallery. He spent 10 years as founder and director of REDSEA Gallery in Brisbane, finding, nurturing and representing artists locally and internationally. Noticing a shift in the art world and concerned about the number of galleries having to shut their doors, as well as the high commissions artists needed to pay to galleries in order for the gallery system to remain viable, Lee realised that the way forward for the art world was the internet and global online art platforms. Wanting to be able to put more money into the pockets of artists, give them a global audience for their work, and provide art lovers with unprecedented access to art from well outside their local areas Lee closed his gallery doors to establish artmarketspace as a trusted global art platform for artists and art lovers, galleries and collectors alike.

Bryce Greig:

Bryce Greig is CEO of ACAC Innovation, an Australian angel investment, mentoring and incubator support service for early stage startups. He is also a Director and equity shareholder in ACAC.  A lawyer by profession, Bryce spent three years with Norton Rose Fulbright, initially as a paralegal and then as a lawyer, priot to joining Bechtel for five years, where he worked in claims and contract management on major projects in Western Australia and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.    Bryce has a Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from Bond University and was admitted as a Solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2012.  Bryce is also Chair of the Greig-Asbury Foundation, a Private Ancillary Fund that supports a number of major and local charities with a particular focus on the persuit of cures for Parkinson's disease and prostate cancer.