By: Michael DeGraffenreid &michael [email protected] 12, 2018 12:38PM EST”There are lots of artists who are still waiting for their first exhibition and the money they make from them, the art that’s being created, they still don’t have the money to pay for the artwork,” said Sarah Wasser, owner of Art Basel Miami, which opened a gallery in March.

“I think we’ve created a lot of art in a very short period of time, so I think it’s really hard to go on for a long period of years and years and then to be forced to sell everything.”

Art Basel’s opening was a big win for the Miami artist, who has seen her number of art exhibitions fall since the show’s opening in November.

Wasser is currently waiting for a major gallery to fill her gallery space.

Art Basels Miami has now sold out its first month’s worth of space.

“We sold out of our first week’s space for almost $1,000 a day, which is unheard of,” Wasser said.

“We are not a big gallery, but we have a lot to offer.

We have a huge number of artists, so we are trying to make sure we have something that we can help the artists to make a living.”

Artists such as Wasser have been working to make it possible for artists to sell their artworks, but Wasser doesn’t think they have the time to be on a waiting list.

“I think it has to do with the cost of living,” Wesson said.

“The artists are working a lot.

They have to do a lot for their families, for their own health.

I think there is a lot more pressure on people to get their art done.”

Art Gallery of South Florida also opened its first gallery space last month, with plans to double the number of spaces by the end of 2019.