On the hunt...
Everyone has a passion, a dream.
The hunt for collectible art can be fun.
Gems can be found in many places.
All of my kids are made with love, they make great companions for kids and adults alike, and some are even collectable. As an artist, something I find interesting is color psychology, so I will share a bit on this topic. No matter the color of you Lil Luvvies, you can be sure to have a great friend to pass down through generations. Let’s touch on color psychology now.
Finding Collectible Art
Finding collectible art can be an exciting journey. Here are some of the best ways to discover and acquire collectible art:
Art Galleries: Visit local art galleries and explore exhibitions showcasing emerging and established artists. Galleries often curate collections of collectible art and can provide valuable insights and guidance.
Art Fairs: Attend art fairs, both local and international, where numerous galleries and artists gather to display their artworks. Art fairs offer a wide range of styles and mediums, making them ideal for discovering collectible pieces.
Auction Houses: Research auction houses in your area or online platforms specializing in art auctions. Auctions can provide access to rare and valuable artworks, including paintings, sculptures, and other collectibles.
Online Platforms: Explore online art platforms and marketplaces dedicated to selling collectible art. Websites such as Artsy, Saatchi Art, and Artnet offer a vast selection of artworks from various periods, styles, and artists.
Art Consultants and Dealers: Collaborate with art consultants or dealers who have expertise in collecting and can guide you in finding valuable artworks. They often have access to exclusive collections and can offer valuable advice on building your art collection.
Art Publications and Magazines: Stay updated with art publications and magazines, both print and online, which feature articles, reviews, and recommendations on collectible art. They can introduce you to emerging artists and inform you about upcoming exhibitions and auctions.
Artist Studios: Visit artists’ studios and engage with them directly. This provides a unique opportunity to discover and purchase artworks before they gain wider recognition, potentially acquiring pieces that appreciate in value over time.
Art Clubs and Associations: Join art clubs, associations, or collector communities that focus on specific genres, periods, or artists. These communities often organize events, studio visits, and group exhibitions where you can connect with fellow collectors and discover new artworks.
Estate Sales and Garage Sales: Keep an eye out for estate sales or garage sales where art might be sold. While rare, you may stumble upon hidden gems and valuable artworks at affordable prices.
Networking: Engage in art-related events, openings, and social gatherings. Networking with artists, collectors, gallery owners, and art enthusiasts can open doors to new opportunities and help you uncover collectible art.
Remember, when collecting art, it’s crucial to research the artist, understand the provenance, and consider factors like authenticity, condition, and rarity. Building a collection is a personal journey, so take the time to explore different avenues and develop your own taste and preferences.
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All of our Luvvies are made with acrylic and/or polyester yarn providing safe and innovative sensory experiences for children and adults alike. A soft and lovable friend that gets passed down through generations and picked up as family. You can choose an existing LiL Luvvies design or request a custom order. Either way, your Luvvie will be one of a kind and made with you in mind.