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Painting: Acrylic on Canvas.
I had admired this unstructured style of abstract expressionism for many years, but hesitated to attempt painting in this way due to my personal question: "How do you know when it's done?". This is my answer to that question.
There art three (3) reasons to buy art:
1. You are making what you believe to be a good financial investment in an asset you believe will appreciate in value over time.
2. You want art to decorate your home or office and you have taken the advice of a gallery owner or other “professional” about what you should hang to appear to be cultured and art knowledgeable.
3. You find the art aesthetically appealing and you just plain enjoy looking at it.
Of these three reasons I find only the third to be a valid reason to buy any piece of art. Art should be something you enjoy looking at, over and over again. You should not be buying it because others think it is a good investment or that it will “give the right impression” of you. If you do not like the piece of art enough to want to look at it every day for the rest of your life, then you are buying it for the wrong reason.
As with almost all of my paintings, it is signed, dated and titled on the reverse.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection