We love talking to art lovers. Some days we can’t do it in person, but we almost always get a chance to on Twitter or Facebook. They take up a whole lot of our time, but it’s worth it to stay connected.
Over the last week we’ve been asking you to tell us how the art in your home makes you feel. We got some really beautiful sentiments back. Thanks to all of you for talking to us, we really do appreciate it, and try to get back to you whenever we can. Until then, here are some of our favourite sentiments in answer to our question…
How does the art in your home make you feel?
A way of understanding the world. Helping others understand the world or explaining the world from the artists point of view.
Art by definition is imperfectable, but the trying for our best is what makes our life as an artist so rewarding & so tough.
Art means to create feelings, emotions, moods that only exist for you in order to exist for others…
#Art is, to me, an exploration of the world, inner and outer, combined with aesthetic sensitivity and technical mastery.
#art sets the mood and brings the room to life. Created this for a client’s bedroom, they love it
Art means; creative release, well-being, intensity, sensorial freedom
it makes me feel at home wherever I am. I have art that connects me to my roots in Aus. & art that reflects my hopes & dreams
Art in my home! Fantastic! Some pieces for meditation, some for pondering, some for energy. Some mine, some Asian, mostly new
Most is the work of friends and all are pieces we still like to look at. Nothing was purchased to match a rug or a chair!
Art creates warmth and energy and brings out inspiration and creativity. Art in the home is fantastico!
Art on the walls is like having food in the fridge
Breakfasts are brighter, brunches are bolder & dinners are more fulfilling now that were surrounded by beauty.
Art makes my space personal liveable but my Andrew McAttee is v uplifting a celestial backdrop to a riot of coloured elements
Art is a reflection of my personality, something that makes me feel good to look at, satisfying and a possible talking point.
The art in my home is a safe, quiet place where I go to remember my favourite moments and memories
We think that they’re all pretty touching, and we really do agree with you. Don’t forget to come talk to us.