Tuesday, 8 April 2014
The Rarity of a Work of Art is What Gives it Value
The rarity of a work of art is what gives it value, so an original will always be worth more than a reproduction. A unique work, such as a painting or sculpture, that has appeared at auction more than once is considered “not fresh” to the market, and often attains much lower value than a work new to the market. For the first time seen. It was at Muskegon Community College for months in a showing. "Shadowed Ballet Dancers" © Pari Chumroo Prints will never be available as this original was gifted from me to a very good friend Rachel Carlton. The proud new owner Rachel picked up the piece today. Please enjoy. Not all pieces are meant to be reprinted because I want the original to be kept special to the owner only. A large sketch I rather enjoyed creating from a 3d shadow box I invented.