Buying art can be a very complex and exhaustive process, requiring a lot of time to research, study, compare and select. With so much variety in styles, sizes, mediums and colors, sometimes it can be very hard to make a decision about which painting to buy. If you are looking for paintings to decorate your house, office or business, this article is for you. An Art Collector might choose a different approach.
What is your favorite Painting Style and Medium?, Are you looking for an Original Painting or a Print?, Would you like an Artwork that goes with your current decor?, How much are you willing to spend?, Would you prefer to visit Art Galleries or buy Paintings Online?, How reliable is the Art Dealer, Art Gallery or the Artist?, What is the Shipping and Handling and Return Policy?, Is a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) provided?, How is your personal information protected?, How to contact the seller?…………….read this article….
Paintings are one of the most treasured assets you can own. Fine Art is not easy to find and when you find it, it is important to take proper care of it. Good care will guarantee they remain invaluable and special for you and for future generations to come.
In order to maintain the beauty of your paintings for many years, and potentially increase their value over time, this guide will help you to care for your fine art.
To properly display and preserve your paintings, consider the following tips ……..read this article…
Sometimes people think they are getting an original painting and they end up getting a print. To avoid confusion, it is becoming important to know how to distinguish a print from an original painting.
Art Prints are multiples of the same piece, created through a printmaking technique. One of the most common types of prints is the one produced by a photo-mechanical process. The image is photographically transferred from an original source and is mass reproduced. Do not confuse this with original prints.
Original Prints are artwork from a matrix, which is generally a single metal plate; stone block, wooden block or screen that is hand-made by the artist. Each impression is done by the artist or artisan and the matrix is later destroyed. The prints are traditionally signed and numbered in pencil by the artist and generally called “Limited Edition Prints”. The numbering is done in this format: 149/300. Original prints can also be considered investments and bring with them the level of status that mass reproductions do not………..read this article…
You may not think that decorating your office is all that important; after all, they're paying you to work, not act like an interior decorator putting up canvas oil paintings on the wall, aren't they?
But decorating your office space with a few pieces of fine art can actually help you in your work. It can calm you. Art can make you feel better. It can inspire you.
So, go ahead. Liven up your work space with a little with art!
Here are some tips to help you do so………….read this article…
Abstract art itself is commonly defined as being a medium that utilises a “visual language of form, colour, and line to create a composition” or something that may or may not “exist with a degree of independence from visual references in the world” (Rudolph Arnheim – Visual Thinking). One might posit that in layman’s terms, that roughly translates to something along the lines of: “the abstract artist communicates via the medium of drawing, existential messages that one cannot usually see”. Or, even simpler: the abstract artist pours interesting parts of themselves into their work, the meaning behind which can take on a variety of truths – after all, it is abstract.
Abstract can often involve being thrown in at the proverbial deep end, particularly when one has little experience of the subject matter first-hand. Perhaps the easiest way – or at least one of the easier ways – would be to be introduced to some of the masters of the genre, some of the people that have paved the way for abstract art by delivering such renowned and lauded works………….read this article…
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