Get down to London's Affordable Art Fair to buy a remarkable piece of original art
You don’t have to be a millionaire to have your very own art collection. The Affordable Art Fair, running in London from 23 to 26 October, is the place to pick up original art without a banker’s salary. Click through our gallery for 12 artworks you can buy at the fair, and still take home change from £500.
Uphill Elephant by Claudia Borfiga
Screen print, 51 x 40 cm, edition of 50. £50 at Print Club London
Colour etching, 30 x 45 cm, edition of 30. £440 at De Kunst Salon
Screen print, 70 x 40 cm, edition of 40. £130 unframed, £180 framed at Will's Art Warehouse
Influenced by the stylised images of artists such as Gustave Dore, Eric Ravilious and Fornasetti, Karen Jones's artworks give a nod to the botanical drawings and glass-domed creations so loved by the Victorians.
17 colour screen print with metallic gold ink background, diamond bust heart, 24 ct gold leaf halo. 70 x 50 cm. £275 at Scream Editions
Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 20 cm. £350 at Lena Boyle Fine Art
Primarily a landscape artist, Hannah Hann's work is keenly collected. This series is based around her experience of living in Cornwall, Shetland Isles and Norfolk.
4-colour screenprint on Somerset satin paper, 55 x 56 cm, edition of 50. £175 at Jealous Gallery
Rugman combines his love of tattoo culture and illustration to create his celebrity portraits.
Handcut birch relief, 60 x 60 cm. £350 at Cornwall Contemporary
Rob Braybrooks cuts out his relief work by hand, in his studio overlooking Mounts Bay in West Cornwall.
Mixed media, 12 x 18 cm. £325 at Cornwall Contemporary
Maggie Matthews uses the natural world as a source of inspiration. Her work is about creating sensuous surfaces, intense with colour and intricate pattern.
Screen print, 25 x 56 cm, edition of 35. £100 at Print Club London
Oil on board, 15 x 15 cm. £200 at Columbia Road Gallery
Inspired by Cornwall, this piece by Hannah Ludnow is an attempt to capture the memory and feeling of being by the coast.
C-type photography, 40 x 40 cm, edition of 50. £105 at Bleach Box Photography Gallery
Richard Heeps works around the theme of playing with reality, making the viewer question where and when.