She loves it. He hates it. Solving the riddle of buying art as a couple.
February 14, 2017
We've all experienced it: trying to decide on something as a couple and ending up in a trainwreck. She loves Indian and a good action movie, he wants a cozy pub and that new art house hit. From personal experience, it never ends well.
Choosing a restaurant or renting a video is challenging enough, but what happens when the decision is about buying a work of art for the new dining room? Yikes! Taste is such a personal thing that finding artwork you can both fall in love with often means the wall just stays bare.
The tricky thing with artwork is that it must be agreed on by both partners, whose taste maybe very different. Also, finding artwork that is meaningful to both of you can be an additional challenge.
Renowned abstract artist Joyce Ozier has the perfect solution to the art purchase riddle. Especially for parents or grandparents. It's called the Little Picasso Series and it's a godsend for bickering art-lovers everywhere.
The Little Picasso Series is an exclusive commission series that immortalises children's early creativity, taking a child's artwork and delivering a gallery-quality work of original art created in collaboration with visual artist Joyce Ozier.
It's a work of art that everyone can agree on. The perfect addition to any home and a conversation piece that will be treasured by parents for years to come.
The artist is currently seeking creative artwork by children for inclusion in this exclusive commission series. Find out more at LittlePicassoSeries.com