Collectors

Tips for Art Collectors.kadira_jennings,artist,modern_art,

How do you choose art on line?  What sort of concerns do you have?

I find there are three main things that concern my buyers.

  1. Will the piece look as good when I get it home as it does on line?
  2. Is the artist reliable? Is there any kind of guarantee?
  3. What do I do if I don’t like the piece?

These are all great questions and I would like to help you feel at ease when purchasing my work by giving you my answers to these and other thoughts you might have.

  1. This answers all three questions above.  I want you to be totally satisfied with your piece of art. Therefore if you find it doesn’t fit in with  your space for whatever reason, I will work with you to find a piece that is better suited to your vision. This may even mean a commission to get it  just the right!
  2. Buying an artwork for your special space is such a personal thing and it is important to find just the right piece. There are many ways that we can work together to help you achieve that. Some times it is difficult to visualise exactly how the work will look.  Is it the right size, too big or too small?  One of the ways we can do this is to look at photos of the work in the place where you would like to hang it.
  3. My guarantee to you is that you love the piece or I will refund your money after I receive the painting back in its original pristine condition. You have to let me know within 2 weeks of receiving your painting if you want a refund.
  4. You are welcome to email or phone me at any point for clarifications or reassurance.  I want your experience to be seamless, smooth and a pleasure to be partaking in.

Finally I would like to share these word from Rebekah Joy Plett who says – “When you buy from an independent artist you are buying more than just a painting.

  • You are buying hundreds of hours of experimentation and thousands of failures.
  • You are buying days, weeks, months, years of frustration and moments of pure joy.
  • You are buying nights of worry about paying the rent, enough money to eat, having money to feed the children.
  • You aren’t just buying a thing – you are buying a piece of heart, part of a soul, a private moment in someone’s life.
  • Most importantly you are buying that artist more time to do something they are truly passionate about; something that makes all of the above worth the fear and doubt;
  • You are buying something that puts the life into living”