“Art Space” is a blog about creating and buying art.
Art makes any home or office more beautiful, interesting and upscale.
Creating art is not just for the super rich. In fact, you don’t need to be an artist to create art. Anyone can make their own art with a little help from the right resources.
Art Space is here to help you create great pieces that fit your style and budget. We’ll be talking about how to buy art, where to display it in your home or office, how to get ideas for what kind of art you’d like in your space, how to create it yourself, and more.
Hi there! My name is Luke and I am a designer. art space design is my official blog site where I like to share the latest news on art and art space design.
I write about the best art available online, the newest trends in online art stores or the best deals on canvas prints.
I also create monthly inspiration boards to inspire you on fresh ideas of how to spice up your home or office space.
I am passionate about art, design and creativity. I love to share my ideas with others, so that everyone can benefit from them.
If you want to get in touch with me then please visit my contact page where you can send me a message or give me a call.
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I’m going to be honest with you.
Maybe your walls are ugly, and you just haven’t found art that will make them look good.
Maybe you’re frustrated because you’ve been struggling for months to create art that people like, and you can’t figure out what to do next.
There are a lot of options out there for buying art, but a lot of the artwork you find is really expensive, or really bad.
So if we’ve never met before, here’s what I’m going to say:
I want to help you create better art, or buy better art at a fair price, because I believe that everyone deserves art they love in their home. And the first step is learning how easy it can be to get there…
Art is not something that you can buy at a store. It is something that you put on your walls, in your home. So, if you want to fill your home with art, you have to make it yourself or buy it from someone else.
What do we mean by “art”? Art can be anything from a painting, to a sculpture, to a photograph. Anything that is beautiful and meaningful to you can be art.
Are there any rules for making good art? Not really. As long as you enjoy looking at it and it makes you feel better, then it’s good art. But some people think that good art has to follow certain rules and come from certain places or people. If they are right, then those rules and places would make art more expensive than if they were wrong. That is because only the most famous artists could afford to follow those rules and get those places, so only they could make expensive art.
And why do we want art? For beauty, of course! And also because we like to remind ourselves of how good things are when they are actually happening instead of after the fact when we are sad about them being gone. And sometimes we want our friends and family to feel the same way about us!
So if we
First you have to get new art. Just like when you decided the old art wasn’t so great, and you tossed it. You’re going to have to do this part all over again: Buy another piece of art, then donate your old one.
Most artists hate selling their work. I’m not even sure they want people to buy it. They want you to look at it, or enjoy it, or whatever they want you to do; but they don’t want to see it on the wall of some doctor’s office or dentist’s waiting room.
Oh, and please stop saying “I’ll probably just end up donating this painting.” That sentence makes me hate you more than any other (except for “It’s a tax write off”). If you don’t love your art enough that you’d be happy with someone else having a copy of it in their house, then why did you ever spend money on the thing in the first place?
Once you have the new art, give away the old one. Keep it for yourself and never buy another piece of art ever again is a bad idea. You won’t do that, because if you’re reading this article in the first place then you love art too much for that. But if I’ve taught you
Hi, I’m an artist.
Are you looking for a unique gift?
Are you interested in displaying your favorite artwork or photos somewhere in your home or office?
I can help you with that!
I can create something original and special to give as a gift.
Or, I can create a picture gallery of your favorite memories that will be displayed on your wall forever.
I have done this type of work for many people, and they have enjoyed it very much. Some of them were repeat customers!
The ideas for these kinds of projects are limitless. Sometimes the person who owns the home or office just brings in a bunch of images from magazines and online and lets me design it from there. Other times they want to do their own design but don’t know how, so I help them with that as well. In some cases I can even design something based off a photo that they want me to paint. It’s really cool being able to do something like that for someone!
My style is best described as ‘realistic’ or ‘photo-realistic.’ I use photographic images as my basis for creating art, so everything I paint will look exactly like the photo provided (unless otherwise arranged). But if you have any questions or concerns about anything
I have a love-hate relationship with art. On the one hand, I enjoy it and find it fascinating. On the other hand, I do not have the slightest talent for it.
That means I can only consume art; I cannot contribute to its creation. And in my ignorance, I’ve probably enjoyed some works that were mediocre or worse. So when choosing art for our home, I try to be very careful and cautious.
Trying to find great art to decorate your home can be a daunting task. There are many sources: galleries, exhibitions and shows, auctions and dealers, even garage sales (yes…I’ve been known to buy a painting or two at a garage sale).
For me, one of the best resources is artist cooperative websites. Some artists prefer to sell directly to their clients because they want to maintain control of their work; they don’t want their work mass produced or sold on consignment at big box stores and gallery shops. This is where you will find them: on their own websites! Artists also like this because it’s easier to keep track of who has purchased their art directly from them.
Here are some excellent websites for finding great art:
1.) Artful Dealings – a New York City based