posted on Jun, 8 2021 @ 08:34 PM
a reply to: DrumsRfun
To your second post, indeed, what some consider blah others consider valuable.
True story: I've never been one to hang art on walls, here and there I put one up whenever I move. I once found a cheap, I mean cheap picture, like
almost ripped out of a mag, and it was in a plastic fake gold frame, maybe a 16×9, but it was a poppy field, red, red poppies with a purplish sunset.
$1.75 at the thrift store. Had it on my wall for a few years, and literally everyone commented on it who visited my apartment.
I moved, and it was in a spare room at a friends and it got stolen, along with a blue glass ashtray with a pot leaf in the ashtray, painted on, from
Amsterdam. Kept the price tag on the bottom as proof it came from Amsterdam.
Anyway, I think about that picture from time to time. And right now, I'd pay as much as $500 for it if I had the chance.
Art....is in a class by itself. I don't consider music art. Or poetry. Or dance. Art is an inanimate object made by human hands, and some art is
valuable, some not so much, but there's always a buyer out there, with the cash.
I talk too much, I know.