For quite some time now we have been writing about different types of art, various media, methods, their significance and more for you to have an even idea on Indian art and craft.
If you are reading this, it is possible that you are planning on building an art collection of your own. If you are not, this article might inspire you to do just that.
Continue reading to find some great tips and suggestions to build your very own art collection.
Art is varied and comes in different styles, sizes and options to choose from. Before you make a purchase, analyze if you are ready to make a commitment for a long time to come. You don’t want to be bored of it!
You could like paintings, sculptures, craftwork and more. Each such art form then has various styles to offer. Take, for example, paintings. Paintings can be abstract, contemporary, impressionistic, traditional, Indian, etc.
Take your time to explore various art forms. One way to do that could be following Instagram handles and hashtags.
Once you find a form that suits your tastes, start collecting.
We offer a variety of styles to choose from:
Artists often provide digital copies or printed versions of the original masterpiece. They are not only cheaper compared to the original paintings but also come in various sizes and dimensions for you to choose from. Replicas are usually as good as the original and yet offer a better price. Take a look at our customization solutions to find some such artifacts.
Artists majorly marketing on social media handles such as Instagram and Facebook sometimes announce giveaways for promotional purposes. This could be a great opportunity for you to collect art especially if you are a new player in the field.
What use is purchasing art if not to be displayed? Displaying aesthetically makes the piece stand out and for that, one needs to have a good idea of the spacing. Cramming a lot of pieces in one room or hardly having any statement pieces at all, both don’t give off a good appeal.
Therefore, carefully evaluate your spaces before making a purchase.
A crucial point most collectors often miss out is the frame. A right frame for a right piece of art goes a long way in making that particular piece stand out. Play around with frames until you find the one that feels and fits just right.
Of course where you place your art matters but so do the surroundings. A heavily crammed room may not be the right place for a painting of Lord Buddha. Similarly, a large painting stands perfectly well behind a sofa set in your living room.
Plan your placement well.
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