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5 Benefits of Collecting Small Works

A wise bear-of-a-person once said, "Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in our hearts."   This is absolutely true when it comes to collecting small works.   My favorite paintings are the little gems that my wife and I have acquired over the years.   They're little reminders of experiences we've had, travels we've gone on, and they bring us joy on a daily basis as we pass them on our way to our morning coffee.   I could argue that there's more reasons to buy that little painting than not, but let me try and narrow it down to 5 reasons to collect small works. 1.   SPACE - If I had a nickel for every time I heard, "I'm all out of wall space" or "My walls are full", I would be drifting through the flats in Belize chasing bone fish and permit with my fly rod.   I totally understand though, with all the windows in today's homes and the fact that the walls fill up, it can be tough to justify buying another pain

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