To say that 2020 has been a whipsaw roller coaster ride would be a vast understatement. In these turbulent times, art has the power to ground us and to soothe the spirit. Need proof? A walk through a museum can calm even the most distracted child or adult.
I believe in the importance of creating environments where we can feel truly at home, especially because most of us are spending more time at home than ever. With this in mind, I have a suggestion to ease your gift giving struggles or to simply make yourself happy this holiday season: Give the gift of art!
Art has the power to soothe, to calm, and to give a sense of permanency and beauty to any room where it appears. So instead of struggling to find a sweater that fits or a bathrobe they just might already have, consider giving the gift that truly keeps on giving: art.
No gift lasts as long or creates as many opportunities to remind someone you care about them. When you think of your favorite rooms from childhood or as an adult, in all likelihood you are reminded of a specific painting or print that gave that room meaning.
So, whether you are buying for your family member, your client, your friend, or yourself, consider art as the gift that says more, does more, and lasts longer than just about any other gift idea.
And if you have any questions or concerns on how to make the gift of art a reality, drop us a line. We would love to talk about ways to bring art into your life -- no matter your price point.
Art speaks a universal language of beauty, hope, and creativity. And every home (or office!) benefits from the addition of art.