The Gallery of Good Art Artist Collective

There is a new and exciting way to purchase incredible pieces of art, making some beautiful works available to everyone across the globe. This is an auction type setting, giving everyone the opportunity to bid on pieces every few months online! The Gallery of Good Art or GOGA formed their collective artists in 2016 as a way to share their journey and give back to their fans and supporters. I spoke to the team at GOGA about what how their auctions work and a little about how the collective was formed.

“We are an international group of Fine Artists working in the Contemporary and Pop Surrealism styles. We formed the collective in the spring of 2016 as a way to share our experiences and our journeys with other Artists of like minds and hearts. As a way of giving back and creating deeper relationships with our fans and supporters, we hold Art Auctions on facebook where we start our bids at around half-price. Each Auction has a theme and everyone creates a brand new Work. We each have such different and distinctive styles and it is so much fun to see how each Artist interprets each theme! This is a wonderful opportunity for collectors to bring home a gallery piece for an exceptional price!

We really love sharing our Work-in-Progress pics on social media so everyone can follow our processes. You can find these on Facebook  and  Instagram. We have a lot of fun holding Art Giveaways before, and during, every Auction as another way of thanking our fans! These are a great chance to win some Amazing Art!

We also have a series of Artist Interviews called “Get to Know a GoGA”, and a series of articles called “The Art of Collecting” where we talk about topics like how to choose a quality print, how to mat and frame your Art, and Art conservation. Because we know that sometimes a Work of Art doesn’t find its true home on the first try, this Spring we started ReCollect, on Facebook and Instagram, a secondary Art market to connect Buyers and Sellers. There are some Fantastic deals on Original Art from some of our genre’s top Artists!”


Maria Abagnale, Sybile Art, Lynda Bell, Sayuka Bloodstone, Tracy Eire,

Enys GuerreroGiulio IngrossoSally JacobCarla SeccoAndrea Sotelo

You can sign up for GOGA’s newsletter at,  where a few days before each Auction, you will receive a notification of  full of Sneak Peeks and bonus and early access images! Signup now for the upcoming auction 12th – 15th of November!

Carla Secco

Enys Guerrero

Giulio Ingrosso

Lynda Bell

Maria Abagnale


Some Beautiful Works from Past Auctions:

Sybile Art

Carla Secco

Sally Jacob

Sayuka Bloodstone

Tracy Eire

Giulio Ingrosso

Lynda Bell

Maria Abagnale

Enys Guerrero

Andrea Sotelo

About Author

Kylie Dexter was born (and is currently living with her gorgeous boys, Rob and Zen)  in Melbourne, Australia. Inspired by Pop Surrealism and the New Contemporary Art movement  she began collecting original works and sculptures in the mid 90's. Since then her collection has grown to epic proportions. She has had an obsession with art from a young age and has an eye for emerging artists, and a deep understanding of the narrative the artist is trying to portray. She believes art can change the way people think and reach the deepest part of their psyches. Kylie has faith in art's ability to create an energy to express and reflect the  deep symbolism and stories that are untouchable in normal reality. She also has a  heartfelt connection to music and is a self-taught artist who brings needle felting to life via her dolls that are sold and shown around the world.   With an enthusiastic addiction for writing about art, talking about art, looking at art and making art, what better place to be, surrounded by what you love! I feel passionate that Beautiful Bizarre Magazine raises the profile of up and coming artists, supports those already in the industry and contributes positively to galleries who share a common goal; to keep art alive and flowing, to keep people creating and more importantly keep people collecting and expressing themselves via the images on their walls. . 'Take your broken heart, make it into art' ~ Carrie Fisher

1 Comment

  • bob
    November 17, 2017 at 5:39 am

    you would have sold me paintings at this momentIF you had ANY sense whatsoever of internet marketing.
    I DO NOT PLAY FACE BOOK, and I came here to bid.
    Furthermore this is the most disfunctional website i have been to recently


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