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Article: On Curating an Art Collection

On Curating an Art Collection

On Curating an Art Collection

If you've been around the studio for a while now, you know that I believe each piece of art tells a story, adding not just aesthetic value but also a deeper, more personal narrative to your space. And when you choose to invest in a piece of art, it becomes more than a mere decoration - it becomes a conversation between the artist, the work, and the environment the piece inhabits.
The process of collecting art is more than just picking out pieces you think are pretty (although that's definitely part of it), it's a journey of self-discovery and personal expression. It's about creating a space that not only reflects your style but also their aspirations and the unspoken emotions that resonate within them. It's about finding pieces that speak to you on a soul level, that evoke emotions beyond words. It's that unseen connection between a piece of art and the viewer that keeps me painting - it's a mystery that I'll never stop exploring in my work.
As you collect more and more art, you're not just investing in a piece of art, you're curating an experience for your homes. The art you choose serves as a reminder of the qualities you wish to embody and the reality you seek to create. In this sense, art can be an incredibly transformative element, calling new energy into your space and life.
The art you choose is a reflection of who you are. "I am X because I love Y." It's about identifying with the artwork in such a way that it becomes an extension of your identity. As a collector, each piece is a chapter in your story, an intimate expression of your journey.
Abstract art in particular, with its ability to convey complex emotions and themes (ones sometimes beyond even our primitive understanding) plays a pivotal role in this narrative. It's not just about the visual appeal but the emotional resonance it carries, it's about how it inspires and transforms you in profound ways.
Therefore collecting art is a deeply personal experience. It's about more than just filling a space; it's about creating a dialogue with the world and with yourself. Each piece you choose is a reflection of your identity, your emotions, and the reality you wish to call into being.
As you start or build your collection, let it be a testament to your style, but also a source of inspiration and beauty for yourself and your space.


Until next time,
Sara

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