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Art Gallery Sample Post: Focus On Contemporary Craft—Curating A New Art Collection

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Art Gallery Sample Post: Focus On Contemporary Craft—Curating A New Art Collection

Top-of-funnel posts like this one for art galleries can help educate readers about topics in the art world, while also encouraging them to add pieces to their collections. This is a 1,509-word sample blog post written by Sarah B., who is an artist working in photography, encaustic, textiles, and creative writing. At BlogMutt, our talented network of 3,000+ writers can help you drive engagement to your art gallery, museum, or design studio. 


 

Contemporary craft is a field that many new art collectors explore for its unusual and evocative use of materials. Artworks made from wood, fiber, glass, and clay give us images of warmth and strength. Texture and color echo the familiar, while new methods of making speak in unusual tongues. Contemporary craft addresses social justice, gender and sexuality, the fragile and imperfect nature of human existence, and the rhythms of the natural and built landscape. Many new collectors are drawn to this unique mix of the familiar and strange, and the way contemporary craft redraws boundaries in material use. 

When a new collector moves from picking up a few interesting pieces to curating a collection, some thought and study can narrow focus on the issues and mediums of interest. How does a collector begin to form a new collection? Professional curation can provide guidance in the early stages of exploration. 

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January 12, 2018