Collecting Art and Craft

Collecting art can be a very profitable hobby. As an art collector you may collect art according to:

Type of Art

Animation art
Glass Art
Fine Art photography
Fine Art Prints

Origin of Art

You can get interesting art from around the world resulting in a very eclectic collection. Maybe it’s the materials, the colors, the theme that draws you in:

Historical American
Latin American
Native American

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Theme of Art

Maybe it’s the materials, the colors, the theme that draws you in:

Plants, Trees, flowers


Some people only buy art from a particular artist.

Rarity of Art

You may choose a particular piece because of its rarity. That may also determine its value.

If you want to develop a collection of art, you should:

• Visit galleries, museums, bookstores and art auctions

• Buy art books and magazines.

• Attend National and International Art Fairs and Expos

• Read articles online with tips on collecting specific types of art or visit art blogs and online art galleries. You may get advice from other art collectors or a consultant which will share their knowledge about the hobby.

Like any other collection hobby, you have to make an effort to protect and display your art, such as frames.

How to start an art and craft hobby.

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