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November 7th, 2014 - 01:11 PM
You may not be able to afford an original painting by Vincent van Gogh or Andy Warhol -- after all, who can? But that doesn't mean you have to settle for cheap reproductions of “The Masters” or mass-produced posters more suited to a college dorm room. Instead, I’d like to suggest that you buy art locally, both for your own home, and as gifts. As a fine art photographer, of course I’m biased, and have a vested interest in the subject. But my feelings on the subject go deeper than the desire to sell my own photography. I’ve always been a list maker, so here’s my list of seven reasons why it makes sense to buy local art.
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