Art in the Home
Art can transform the place where someone lives and make them proud of their home. Art is environmentally friendly, energy efficient and easy to maintain. It does not increase global warming, use fossil fuels or need to be serviced on a regular basis, and it’s certainly not just another expendable commodity destined for the landfill once it outlives its usefulness. Art never outlives its usefulness.
Art has the ability to change any room and make it that little bit more interesting and can improve quality of life. All you have to do is think about the difference between a room with bare walls and one with walls full of art.
It is is a powerful form of expression not only for the artists who create it, but also for those who own it. Art allows people to express their individuality and to represent their beliefs, feelings, imaginations, convictions or philosophies in socially (and visually) acceptable and redeeming ways.
Art has the ability to transform and personalise the place where we life as it can revive lifeless interiors and transforms them into unique, beautiful and engaging environments.
An original work of art is not only visually appealing, but it also communicates the personality, abilities, creativity, insight, technical mastery, attitudes, and at its best, the brilliance and genius of the artist who created it. And people who own art are able to experience and be inspired and uplifted by these qualities on an ongoing basis.
Those who own original work of art in their homes can reflect, enhance and even magnify the personality of the individual who owns it.
Owning an art collection and hanging it around your home can make people proud to live where they do and owning art can having positive effects for individuals.
However, buying art and supporting artists serves much larger purposes than simply decorating your walls. It provides artists with the means to improve the quality of life for everyone.