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4 Steps To Collecting Art
4 Steps To Collecting Art

Solar Panel Houses by Toni Silber-Delerive Painting, Acrylic on Canvas 16.0 inch x 16.0 inch $1,625

In just a few easy steps you can be well on your way to curating your very own art collection. First, establish your budget which can be per piece or for a group of pieces. Next, identify your artists or sources (hint, hint Zatista!). The key step to collecting art is to go with your gut and consider buying what you fall in love with! Don’t over-think about investment value. The main purpose of art is to make you happy! So, feel all the feels and buy what you love. Lastly, in order to curate a well-rounded collection, be sure you consider including different mediums in your collection. However, this guideline can be thrown out the window if you prefer to go all-in on a very specific genre – for instance – California seascapes from the 1950s-1960s or colorful geometric abstractions. Happy shopping from Zatista.com!

The Twins & the Green Car – 6 (medium size) by Vikram Kushwah Photograph, Archival Ink Jet 29.1 inch (74.0 cm) x 35.4 inch (90.0 cm) $1,405

Meditative Reflections by Michelle Howard Painting, Oil on Canvas 30.0 inch x 30.0 inch $4,296

PJ Clarke’s by Ellen Bradshaw Painting, Oil on Canvas 22.0 inch x 28.0 inch $2,800

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