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Art Collecting: Where to begin?

Blue Corn by Jan and Jo Moore $90

Starting an art collection can be a bit overwhelming. If you’re new to it, you may not know where to begin, and that’s okay! Start with what you love. What inspires you? What styles and themes catch your eye? Knowing what you love is half the battle.

‘Blue on Blue’ by Mike Grandmaison by Mike Grandmaison $1,650

Once you pinpoint your passion, trust your instincts. Begin by browsing the many selections at Zatista.com, keeping with what you love. Don’t focus so much on what you see as an investment opportunity, but stay true to yourself and the kind of art that reflects YOU best.

Blue Cup by Marie Sequens $305

Stick with original art. Just like there’s only one you, the best kind of art is one-of-a-kind. Original art speaks to who you are and will add so much more depth to the uniqueness of your collection.

Blue Eyes by Steven Miller $7,600

Blue Hydrangia by Thurston Howes $410

Lastly, mix it up! Feel free to get creative with your art collection by choosing different sizes or mediums. Your art might all have one thing in common, like how all of this art is blue, but it doesn’t need to all look the same.

Esjublatt by Svava Thordis Juliusson $5,175

Let the questions fall away and start having fun with collecting! Zatista is the perfect place to start.

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