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The only thing you should know when building an art collection

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Suppose you're thinking about starting your art collection this new year. In that case, there are only two things you should pay attention to it: your personal taste and aesthetic preferences in building a collection.


Drica Lobo Original, Rise, Acrylic on Canvas, signed 2022


When building an art collection, personal taste and aesthetic preferences are crucial in determining which pieces to acquire. As a collector, it's essential to clearly understand your own personal style and what kind of art resonates with you on a personal level.


One of the most enjoyable aspects of collecting art is the opportunity to surround yourself with pieces you truly love and connect with. Whether it's a specific medium, color palette, or subject matter, having a clear understanding of what you're drawn to can help you focus your search and make more informed decisions when acquiring new pieces.


However, it's also important to remember that collecting art is not just about personal taste and aesthetic preferences. As a collector, you should also consider the cultural context of the artwork, as well as the artist's reputation, condition, and origin.


It's also important to be open to new and different types of art, even if they only sometimes align with your taste. Every so often, taking a chance on a piece of art you're unsure about can lead to some of the most rewarding and meaningful purchases.


Building a collection of art is a personal journey, and there is no right or wrong way to do it. It's about finding a balance between personal taste and aesthetic preferences and being open to new and different types of art. By staying true to yourself and your own personal style, you can create a collection that is truly unique and meaningful to you.


I hope you enjoyed this blog post. Please leave your comments with your biggest takeaway!


Color Your Life


Drica


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