April 30, 2014
I came across this article a few days ago, and its had me thinking.
'Early works are usually worth more and are more collectible than later ones whether the artists become famous or not-- especially those done in the styles for which the artists became known'
See http://www.artbusiness.com/art-collectors-prefer-early-works-by-artists.html for the full article.
One of the moving aspects of being an artist is the support from friends and family. It is unexpected, touching, and has left me with memories I will always cherish.
I hope my art leaves this legacy for all the collectors of my early work. How exciting!
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