December 07, 2020
Buying artwork for someone can feel like a bold assumption, as there's few things more open to individual interpretation. On the flip side of that: it can also be a powerful gesture when done right.
Want a guarantee your gift will be loved? Coupled with your interpretation of your friend's style, I have three simple ways to select art pieces for gifts this holiday season:
Choosing art for someone shows confidence in and deep consideration for their style and interests.
This doesn't have to mean choosing a highly subjective, complicated piece that fits perfectly with their aura; especially not in today's digital world of diverse works of art on every subject imaginable.
Choose art that shows appreciation for the person's beliefs or philanthropic interests! Among other way, this can be done by buying artwork that:
We live in a world of massive online retailers and carbon copies right now. Going the extra mile to buy art directly from an artist (even through easily searchable major platforms like Etsy and Instagram), can turn something small/simple into something deeply precious and unique.
Plus-most independent artists offer pretty packaging, goodies, and background information you can include as a gift!
October 26, 2020
How I make fine art prints from my work, and how you can too.