You don’t have to be rich to buy original, high-quality artwork.
Original art isn’t “original” just because it’s creative—it’s original because it’s one-of-a-kind. Original art is hand-crafted by an artist, ensuring a finer, more carefully perfected quality. Even if the artwork isn’t by a well-known artist, a one-of-a-kind artwork is unique; there are no other versions of it available.
Original artwork intrinsically feels handmade and has real depth. Original art communicates time and passion; the press of a pen into paper, a drip of paint on the side of a deep-edged canvas, a thumb print in clay. You can tell a heart and a soul has been poured into the work.
While the art that you may purchase is certainly something that reflects the heart of the artist who created it, make no mistake, buying and displaying art also reflects, just as poignantly you, the art buyer; your heart, your personality, your preferences, your character. The art you buy, the art that you love, reflects you as an art admirer just as much as it reflects the artist as a creator.
Your art choices tell a story about you. Curating your own collection is another means of creative expression.