Unique and affordable art for all

I find myself in the position where I am decluttering the house and for a long time have convinced myself that I live with hoarders and none of the stuff in the house is mine. Oh I am wrong.

Post this revelation, I have been reacquainted with a number of forgotten cardboard tubes, inside each one of them a glorious print (or two), all of which have been diligently purchased over the years and gradually forgotten about.

Ironically, I do have some practical tips when buying art.

  1. The most important factor is that you have to like what you are buying, in fact love it. I would encourage you to speak to the artist/seller.
  2. Do not buy art with view that this is your pension pot, the disappointment may be too much to bare.
  3. Think about where you would want to display your art. (Clearly not a rule I follow too closely)
  4. Before you buy, have a budget in mind and stick to it.  You will thank yourself at a later date.
  5. If you are still undecided, wait!

The below list was almost impossible to create, which is why PART TWO and THREE will follow.

PART ONE

Happy viewing.

#unique art #affordable #priceless #nohoarding

 

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