Discover Your Artistic Style

Nowadays, everyone is now able to buy an artwork by pressing a simple button on their cell phone. Thousands of galleries around the globe, representing countless artists, organize online auctions that literally bring art to the edge of our fingers. This plethora of commercial art makes it extremely difficult for a new collector to discover his personal taste. What distinguishes quality from fashion? What pitfalls can the art market hide? Below we provide some guidelines that we think might be useful to you.

Take a deep breath and do not hurry. Above all you need to get to know yourself. You have to ask yourself why you want to become collectors, and what exactly is what you are looking for in a work of art. Want to offer you a kind of brain challenge? Want to inspire you? Want to have a decorative character? When you answer this question, you will be able to focus more on your goal. You have to be patient with yourself, but also with the creator. If you find an artist you are interested in, it’s best to wait a season to see how it is valued over time – not just in monetary but also emotional terms, and you yourself will mature through your growing experience. Patience and tolerance will help you to see whether you have to trust your personal instinct, but also the advice of third parties.

Go out and enrich your personal, artistic experience. Dive into art, read, travel as much as you can to experience artworks close by. You will also be impressed with the way your personal tastes mature as the weather passes. Yet, even if your financial situation does not allow you to do so, you can do your personal research online by visiting the artistic organizations of your area in the first instance. The most important thing is to visit the great museums that offer you the experience of the art history itself, helping you to better understand the great Masters and the evolution of modern art. Combine these
visits with art galleries and art bazaars to get in touch with the artistic production of our time. Think about which topics you are interested in and which artist shows them in a satisfactory way in your view.
Of course, everyone can adapt these tips to their own reality, but the fact remains that the more time you invest, the greater the benefits will be. The ideas of a skilled art consultant may prove invaluable, but each collector must have a personal background, as the success of such a relationship requires a fruitful dialogue.

Preferences are changing

The collection of artworks should never have a static character. Instead, it should have an evolution. The best collections are those that are constantly expanding and enriching. As you are informed about the arts, your personal taste will change. You will be able to distinguish the quality of the different works of each artist, while you will feel more open to new ideas. Such a course, however, requires a continuous exposure to the works of art itself, a deeper concentration and a tireless, personal reflection.
It is not enough to buy artwork to be a collector. It must be devoted to the very idea of ​​art and to promote the arts in its circle of influence. Stay active in the art areas of your area. And if you find an artist who fascinates you, promote your work in any way you can. The collector must, above all, disseminate the artistic work, disseminate ideas and messages of substance.

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