The 5 Rules of Gifting Art
- Determine Your Budget.
- Consider the Space.
- Make it Meaningful.
- Get it Framed.
- Go With a Gift Card.
- 5 Things to know about Cubism.
What do you write when giving a gift?
I hope this gift will be able to express how happy I'm for both of you!
- Congratulations on your wedding! Here's a little something to start your happy life together.
- My gift can't make this day even more special, but I hope it will bring you lasting joy! Wishing you the best!
- I have a little something for you!
What should I write on my art?
Artist Statement Guidelines
- Why you have created the work and its history.
- Your overall vision.
- What you expect from your audience and how they will react.
- How your current work relates to your previous work.
- Where your work fits in with current contemporary art.
- How your work fits in with the history of art practice.
What do you say to someone's art?
1 “I was immediately drawn to this piece.” 2 “This is so beautiful.” 3 “All the hard work you put into this piece really shows!” 4 “Your work always brings a smile to my face.”
Should you give art as a gift?
Gifts play an important role in any relationship, whether it be personal, social, or professional. We give gifts not only on special occasions but simply to express gratitude or to thank someone. Art is one of the few gifting alternatives that is ageless in nature.
How do I present a painting as a gift?
Make sure that the art will be instantly recognizable, easily displayed, and enjoyable. If they (the recipients) don't know what it is or where where to put it, or worse yet, can't imagine picking it out themselves, then it's not going to be a good gift. Put your artwork up against some store-bought art.