So many people, so many tastes
If you think I’m a homebody you’re wrong. I read books only when I have nothing to do. The rest of the time I spend with friends. Jack, Pete and Susan aren’t only the members of my band, but also the most important people in my life. We’ll never stay apart, even in heaven (or hell, which is possible as well). Music unites us but the décor of our rooms shows how different we are in fact:
- Jack is fond of retro cars. So he put a few prints of them on his walls.
- To please his girlfriend, Pete hangs her new photo each time they have a quarrel.
- Susan prefers minimalism, so her room consists of a bed, a wardrobe and blank walls.
And I plan to buy another piece of modern abstract art.
No art – no life
Art has become such a trivial thing that we don’t realize its importance. Can you imagine a house without a picture, a fridge magnet or a carpet? I can’t. The smallest detail of our interior is somebody’s creation. Whether it was made with love or not, it’s a product of that person’s imagination and work. Today we have a wide choice of items to purchase and to make our place the most beautiful in the world: abstract wall art, hand carved furniture, exclusive dishware and so on. I already have two paintings above my bed. The first depicts a guitar player like myself, the second – just some nice urban scenery. They say if you want something very much, the universe will help you get it. So I surround myself with things that appeal to me, so maybe one day the universe will make my dream come true and you’ll see my name on billboards!
I highly recommend!
If you have a strong desire to decorate your room and are looking for modern abstract art for sale, here’s my advice – you should definitely see oil masterpieces by Leonid Afremov. I’m sure you’ll be satisfied both with quality and price. Next canvas I’m gonna buy will be one of his! I even think about purchasing a nice still life for my mum’s birthday. She adores wild flowers and I’ve seen some on Afremov paintings. Mum’s gonna be overwhelmed with joy! I can see her running around the house, hesitating whether to hang it in the kitchen or in the living room. Hmm, to be on the safe side, I’d better buy two pictures. Something tells me they won’t be the last of Mr. Afremov’s paintings to land on our walls. Modern and abstract art can tell a lot about who you are, so be careful not to shock your guests!