Curated Elegance: Discover Art Collections For Luxury Connoisseurs


Keli Hogsett sitting at a large wood table with the backs of several art canvases behind her.

Headshot of Keli Hogsett, the founder of CoCollect. (PHOTO: MACKENZIE SMITH KELLEY)

Living room with a large-scale painting of 2 women against boldly patterned wallpaper above a teal-velvet couch.

A large-scale painting from CoCollect’s collection. (PHOTO: CASEY DUNN; ART: PATRICK PUCKETT)

“Before CoCollect, the only way to have art in your home was to purchase it,” Austin-based Keli Hogsett says. “Now, you can loan an entire collection and experience it yourself before making the commitment.” Hogsett founded CoCollect—serving clients nationally with a focus on Texas and Colorado—based on her own early struggles to start an art collection. She aims to simplify the process so that more people can enjoy fine art in their homes. Read on for details.

Tell us about CoCollect. We believe art has the power to positively transform spaces and lives. Our mission is to bring this opportunity to more people by making it easier to intimately experience living with art. We give our members access to museum-caliber artworks but also champion emerging local artists.

What services do you provide? Curated art collections that you can loan or purchase directly from us. Each member is paired with an art advisor who guides them through the collecting journey and provides suggestions for their space. We also offer custom framing, white-glove installation, exclusive education and access to our creative community events. 

Any trends you are seeing? Large artwork has been popular for the last few years, and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Additionally, abstract works and expressive figuration have been on the rise.