Abigail’s little Black Book is probably fuller than my little red book. Note to self: change colour of book and get more pages and then ask Abigail for a copy of a few of her pages!

Abigail Ahern

Why is shopping for art so intimidating? Something to do possibly with entering a gallery with no one in and feeling a little self-conscious. Well these days it never got easier, particularly as there are so many fab online sources out there so I’m dipping into my little black book to offer you up some of my sources some of which I’ve spoken of before others are new finds.  Plus   some  tips and tricks to up your confidence levels when purchasing.

The best piece of advice I can give before we go any further is only buy what you love. Yes you can buy art as an investment but unless you’ve got bundles of cash it makes much more sense to buy art you resonate with on an emotional level because that way you will want to keep it forever and build up your collection.

If you’re buying prints if…

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