Collectors’ Delight

The people who buy my art, delight me in so many ways! I have wonderful conversations with them, we share heartfelt stories and we are both passionate about my art.

Here are a few of those amazing individuals who bought my art and sent me pictures, to show me their delight and the places where “our” art hangs.

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My painting is the one in the center. This collector has to hang his paintings high, since he has an adventurous cat! :) The painting, “Elephant Dreams” was a commissioned mixed-media piece, that included antique buttons, gold leaf and sculptured mini faces. You can read about it on my blog post of http://indigeneart.com/2012/11/26/elephant-dreams/

 

To Russia With Love

This painting, “Hope’s Snow” was commissioned for a beautiful young lady who races dogs in Russia. This was my first painting to Russia. You can read about the making of the painting here:

http://indigeneart.com/2013/02/07/50-and-growing-pains/

If you’d like to read about the painting in Russia, you can visit her mother’s blog here (it’s in Russian; how cool is that? )

http://alovchany.blogspot.ru/2013/04/blog-post_17.html

 

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This painting, “Flower Power”  is a part of my collector’s sacred space. Art moves everyone in different ways and inspires one to invest in their own creativity.

I also offer, to hang art purchased from me, but as you can see I enjoy the collectors who do their own thing, too!

Art does move you…you just need to allow it to.

 

 

Please Note: All photos are copyright by the art’s owners.

 

 

 

 

 

8 Comments »
  1. I love that you shared this perspective of your work. It makes me think about the piece I want and still want. I'll be in touch, but back to you and your collectors. You can see how much they love an dhonor the work and your gift. I think this is a very unique and insightful approach for sharing your work. Thank you.

    Comment by lynda — May 6, 2013 @ 12:00 pm

  2. I wish I had pictures of my art hanging in people's homes. This is fun to see, and maybe something more? It's a reminder that we make things for other people, not just for our need to make it :) Your work looks beautiful in its new homes.

    Comment by Linda Hensley — May 8, 2013 @ 7:01 am

  3. Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous! As inspiring as they are on your blog, they are even more majestic on the wall. Wow, I totally love that elephant painting! And it's nice to see the lucky lady who got the beautiful dog painting. Your pieces bring so much great energy into a room!

    Have a wonderful and creative summer! See you soon!

    Comment by bella sinclair — May 23, 2013 @ 12:46 am

  4. It is wonderful Indigene that you have such a closeness to you clients. I love the photos you have shared of your artwork in their home. Absolutely beautiful to see.

    Comment by Suzanne McRae — May 26, 2013 @ 8:28 am

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