Can artwork really make a difference in how you’re perceived by others?
You know you’re not average why not let people know in some different and subtle ways.
Have you ever notice how some people seem to get all the breaks when it comes to promotions or even friendships? These people are usually no smarter or better at what they do than you. They just have a small edge either in the way they talk, dress, act, or present themselves. It only takes a little for them to move from the average to superior. I don’t mean a better or superior person; I mean better at being remembered or recognized. One of the ways you can do this is surrounding yourself with interesting and memorable items.
My art is made to stand out; I want people to notice it. It’s Big and it’s Bold. Much of the artwork done by the great master artists was of everyday life during their time period. Many of my images are done in the style of some of these masters. The difference is that we capture the essence of today’s life. Plus, they are exclusive to us and are all signed limited editions. Please take a look at our Gallery, I’m sure there will be something that you like.
Our paintings can only be found on this website. They all started as a photograph which I took and turned into a digital painting. I only sell Big and Bold pieces, plus each image is limited to a maximum of 100 copies. Each image is signed and numbered by me. This means it is extremely unlikely that you will go into someone’s office or home and find the same art hanging. It also means it is unlikely that someone will visit you at your home or office and have seen your art previously. Only one in 3,400,000 people in the United States could or will own one of my images. Only one in 75,000,000 people in the world will own one of my limited editions pieces.
Will your art increase in value? Who knows, I hope you buy it because you like it and want to share it with others. It may increase in value since it is limited, but I would not venture to guess one way or the other.
Make an investment in yourself improve your home and office environment and look for good things to happen. Go Big–Go Bold
Recently, I was talking with a friend about the artwork business and he made the comment that after our first conversation about artwork he started to notice the artwork hanging in an office. It does make a difference in the way he perceived that business or person. If it is Big and Bold and something different than generic art, he felt like the company or person was more successful than those that had no artwork. If they had small insignificant pieces, they had no impact on him at all. He further said he thought this is something that most people do, we just tend to do it subconsciously.
Think about that, I’m sure you have a similar reaction to art but may have not realized it.
What kind of reaction do you want people to have to your office or home?
I have a friend who just retired for the second or third time. He got his last job because he was bored. In his early seventies, he had played all the golf he wanted and was looking for something to do. He saw an ad for a job as a bank teller. He decided that it sounded like a job that would not have too much stress and be interesting. He got the job and he had only been working for a few weeks when the owner of the bank called him to his office for a chat.
The owner told him that the new branch that was being built was not going the way he wanted, in fact, he didn’t like anything about it. He wanted my friend to take over the project, demo all the existing work and start over with a new plan. My friend decided this sounds interesting and took the new job. He was able to get everything done and complete on time, so he got a new job in charge of new accounts. He got several more promotions over the last few years before he retired.
I have been in this bank a few times, and I must say that it looks like the bank I would want to have my money in if I was a wealthy person. It is just grand looking; it has the look of success. The walls have big, bold artwork hanging in public areas. In each office, part of the decorations is large outstanding and exclusive painting and photographs. The customers for this bank are not exclusively rich and wealthy, but many of them are. This was the market the owner of the bank was targeting. This bank is one of the few smaller banks that continued to grow and prosper during the last recession.