Creating the Meaningful Transaction

The meaningful art transaction is a multifaceted humanistic inventive and enterprising initiative. A game-like challenge with oneself, where a winning outcome is determined by:

How much meaning can be packed into a transaction? How enjoyable and memorable can it become? To what impact and benefit?

In our view, the greatest impression a donation can have is to be nonrestrictive and generated from a self-renewable funding source. No one knows what an organization needs better than the organization itself. By supporting nonprofits to do what they do best, much good flows. Helping organizations to realize this objective is one from among several really good motives to participate in a meaningful transaction.

As with a game, there is a platform that supports the participants’ movement.

How the platform works is explained below in what is referred to as — the board.

In each new transaction, participants are mixed and matched, creating new combinations and optimum outcomes — all coming and going with great meaning.

At first blush, the process may seem complex. No matter, like any enjoyable action, it quickly becomes second nature, autonomic. Once a meaningful transaction is experienced, it is liked. Once liked, it is fondly remembered and easily repeated.

This section, ‘Creating the Meaningful Transaction’ is the instruction manual. To understand the way of a meaningful transaction follow the applicable links below.

Contact BFA if there are areas of the instruction that are unclear.

Thanks for your interest, let’s create some meaning!

The Manual – The Why, Who and How

Until the site is complete the content of this manual is in PDF form only. As a benefit, a printable format allows for easy distribution of the information. Terms throughout the following text in

ALL CAPS refer to site sections/link locations for the online version of the manual.

A. DONATION AND SPONSORSHIP DOWNLOAD PDF

B. PARTICIPANT OVERVIEW DOWNLOAD PDF

  1. Owner Donors
  2. Buyer Donors
  3. Seller Donors
  4. The Nonprofits
  5. The Art Market
  6. Sponsoring Artists and Galleries
  7. Business Sponsors
  8. Media Sponsors
  9. Bond Fine Art

C. TAX BENEFIT BASIC DOWNLOAD PDF

D. THE SALES VENUES DOWNLOAD PDF

  1. Featured Art
  2. Nonprofit Online Auction
  3. Private Transaction
  4. Public Auction or Gallery Show

PARTICIPANT DETAILS MORE INFO