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Why to Invest in Art?

"Art, the conscious use of skill and creative imagination in the production of aesthetic objects for transmitting the felt emotions".

 

Artistic pieces and trinkets, have been rapidly maturing into capital asset driving monetary value and financial returns. Art has historical value. It is a tangible, beautiful artwork of which value will remain if the price dips. There is a prestige associated with art that will never change, even if the value changes.

 

Artists can strengthen the will and push people to act. Artists do not think like policymakers or academic people. Artists think from their heart – big, revolutionary and visionary ideas. This is why artists are able to move people to action, thus creates a significant cultural and political contributions.

 

For most investors, stocks and bonds are enough. But for some, the prospect of putting something wonderful on their walls that may also produce great financial rewards and contentment leading them to consider putting a portion of their wealth into art. We use art for our entertainment, cultural appreciation, aesthetics, personal improvement, and even social change. We use art in order to thrive in this world.

 

Let’s understand the impact of Art through the Art Therapy:

 

  1. Memory – Artists not only preserve a visual reminder of a memory, they record the emotions associated with the memory.
  2. Hope – Art reminds us that there is beauty in the world that we can strive to see it, appreciate it, and have it.
  3. Sorrow – Art doesn’t just increase our capacity for joy, it validates our sorrows.
  4. Re-balancing – We gain balance through art by taking a moment to observe, judge, and appreciate things we don’t normally see and our responses to them.
  5. Growth – Art forces you to react and empathize with situations that you’re not accustomed to. This is growth.
  6. Appreciation – Art helps us to revisit the value of ordinary things like the pretty colors in a splash of morning light on a table cloth or the familiar and nostalgic aspects of old beer cans.
  7. Self-Understanding – Art helps us to complete our own unformed thoughts and ideas

Art is very important in society because it is an essential ingredient to empowering the hearts of people When activists are showing images of children suffering from poverty or oppression in their campaigns, this is the art pulling the heartstrings of society’s elite and powerful to make changes. When photographers publish the photos of war-torn areas, it catches the attention of masses whose hearts reach out for those who need help. When artist creates great music and movies, it entertains people around the world. This is art, making a difference in society.

 

Art is also a remarkable mode of depicting culture from all over the world. When you see a Zen garden in Sydney or San Francisco, you know that it’s a practice that originated from China. When you see paper swans swarming a beautiful wedding ceremony, you know that this is origami, an art that came from Japan. When you see films featuring Bollywood music and dancing, you know that it’s a movie from India.

 

Summing up

To arrive at the market value of a work of art, the following five attributes must be known and weighed carefully:

  • Provenance
  • Condition
  • Authenticity
  • Exposure
  • Quality

Sometimes you’ll have a designer/artist that completely steals someone’s work and puts it in his or her portfolio as if they had created it themselves Or even they might recreate it themselves, but it’s obvious the artworks are nearly identical . This is a shaddy business. It’s not even worth your money to pursue it. Thus, Artistter provides the Authentic certificate to the art lovers for buying the masterpieces of renowned and proficient artists.

 

Well, here’s Artistter!!  Artistter makes it easy to sell an art and also, find the most potential buyer on a short notice. Connect instantly with target audience and amazing network of art professionals to buy or sell any type of artwork such as contemporary, modern and even visual artworks.