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How to Choose

If you are reading this, there is a good chance that you are interested in purchasing my work. Thank you!
There are so many things to consider when choosing a work of art and here I want to help streamline this process for you so that you are able to find your perfect piece. 
As you read through this, be aware that for every print you can enter into Wall Preview Mode. Here you can experiment with changing the size of the print to see how it appears in relation to furniture. You can also change the color of the preview wall which helps in deciding the appropriate color of your print.

Choosing Your Print: A Quick Guide

Small-Medium Print (9x12in - 15x20in):

Any surface will work well so you can decide just based on your budget. Smooth Fine Art Paper will be the least expensive option and Canvas Gallery Wrap will be the priciest.

Medium Size Print (18x24in - 39x51in):

For medium size I recommend using metal or canvas which are both more durable and do not need framing. If printing on paper, I recommend framing the piece which might bring the cost up enough that the other media might end up more cost effective.

Large Size Print (30x39in - 30x51in):

For large prints I recommend printing on metal or canvas.

Choosing Your Print: Expanded Guide

1. Decide What Size:

If you already have a space in mind where you would like my art to hang, spend a bit of time looking at the space and imagine the piece hanging there in front of you. Ask yourself, what size feels good to you as you look at the wall. Notice the objects that populate the space around the wall and imagine the painting next to the objects. Ask yourself what size feels good in relation to other objects. The answers you are looking for will be more of a feeling of visual harmony. You will know that you have the right answer when you can imagine the piece as part of your own creative expression of your space. It should feel right to you.

If you don't have a space in mind, think about where you spend most of the time and where you would like to "run into" my art. Is there a wall you pass every day where it would feel good to see something beautiful. Or is there a room where you spend a lot of your day and it would be enjoyable to spend time looking at my painting? The key to making any of these decisions is learning about your own preferences. How do YOU want to experience a work of art?

2. Decide What Color:

If you are choosing among several pieces that interest you, allow me to make a few suggestions on how to choose the perfect colors for you. I believe that color is not just something that the paintings contain and we consume as viewers. Color is way by which a painting lives and evolves with you as it occupies your space. Through daily interaction with the colors, you will find that your experience of the painting will change, it will look different depending on the time of day, the season, or even your mood. So when you are deciding on which color to choose, ask yourself which colors give you the most pleasure, what colors you are naturally drawn to, what colors inspire a feeling of wellbeing. This initial inquiry will narrow down your selection and from there I suggest that you spend a few minutes looking at the particular paintings you like and observe what kinds of thoughts and emotions arise in response to your looking. You will know you have found your painting when you experience a feeling of joy and resonance, something that lifts your heart and inspires your mind.

3. Decide What Medium:

One of the favorite features of my online gallery is that my paintings can be printed on various surfaces. But having lots of choices can also be confusing. Here are a few things to consider when choosing an appropriate surface for your print. Paper is the least expensive material to print on but it is also the most fragile. Depending on the size of the print you want and conditions in which the print will hang (light exposure, moisture levels, temperature changes), you might need to frame the piece to protect it. The most expensive surface to print on is canvas but it is a more durable material and the thickness of the stretcher gives the print a different presence as it comes off the wall more.  Metal is a good surface to consider if you would like to have a larger size print and you don't want to deal with framing, but you are not quite ready to invest in a canvas print.

If you need more help selecting your piece, please feel free to email me at nersesovafineart@gmail.com.

 

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