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Owning original art will make you feel happy and invite comments and enjoyment from guests in your home.

Many people think collecting art is expensive, but the term expensive is relative. Many people say they can't afford to collect original art, yet spend a like amount on a year's worth of gourmet coffee. But the enjoyment of art keeps on giving long after the initial purchase.

If you sincerely want an original work of art, you can find some way to make it happen. I am willing to work out a payment plan to accommodate your budget. I had a schoolteacher from a small town in rural Colorado fall in love with a painting
and in six months time he was able to take home an original piece of art that he loved and proudly display it in his home.
A full-time musician with a limited income made similar arrangements. It's just a matter of priorities.

Don't buy art because it matches the sofa. Buy it because it's uplifting, it's visually striking, it makes you nostalgic, it gives you the feeling you can walk into the painting and escape, or it makes you happy when you look at it.

Collect things you like. Buy art that moves you, something you connect with, that's important to you and gives you a special feeling when you look at the painting. If you always buy what you love, you can't go wrong.