Think about it. Without art, your home would not be interesting. This is why we are always looking for good artists and great art. We spend hours researching art in Atlanta, High Point, and through local art guilds. Really interesting pieces are worth collecting for your home. Most of the time, people lose patience to find that right piece, and I am just as guilty. Empty spots on the walls where I know art is needed are always grating on my nerves. That is why we work so hard to bring good art to our clients. Colorful, clear, compatible, distinctive, lively, stimulating, subtle, bright, brilliant, deep, earthy, harmonious, and intense are descriptive words from google to describe feelings of emotions about art. I also have a lot of historical art and try to blend the newer more transitional colorful art with what I already have. I like both. Mixing old and new is artful and juxtaposing is what we do. We don’t always match colors in paintings to the colors in a room. Some clients like it to flow and others want their art to tell a different story. I found two l940’s somewhat patriotic pieces at the antique show in Atlanta last summer. They now hang proudly in my freshly painted office. So really, you can’t go wrong with art. We added a watercolor to our collection of the Angel Oak Tree from our vacation to Kiawah Island last summer. Our family loves it, because it was a place we all spent time together. Home is where your personal taste of art belongs, along with family memories of travel or memories from the past.