Enrich Your Art Experience
Viewing and purchasing art is a very personal experience. Art brings a lot of joy and evokes emotion in a way that is voluntary and non-utilitarian. Art can transport us to a joyful or unique place and it can improve our days in an instant. Like the ability to read and write, the arts distinguish the human race from all other species on earth. I often think about the first time a human being saw and appreciated a flower for its beauty versus thinking about its purpose or as a food source. There is something special inside all of us that wants to enrich and improve the spaces where we spend time.
I love the process of buying art and so I thought I would share some of the questions that I ask myself to help others.
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Questions for Consideration:
By asking yourself these and other similar questions, you can quickly narrow down the pieces of artwork that are important to you.
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