How to Invest in Art – For your Benefit

Do You Want A Good Investment?

Artwork of Ferenc Repas

By Beatrix Koch

Do you know why I recommend you art? Not because I founded an art gallery. No. I recommend art for your benefit. Let me tell you, why it is good for you.

Imagine yourself. You are alone in the Louvre. This is the moment you’ve been waiting for, for ages. No tourists around. The security is far behind you, they don´t even look at you.

Perfect timing. Finally you can see the famous Mona Lisa.

You are in front of the picture. She smiles at you. Or doesn’t she? It is up to you, think whatever you want.

This moment is only for you. You can stretch it out. You don’t need to do something important right now. You can feel the moment of creating, the moment of receiving. Receiving what art gives you. Because art gives you something. It always does. It never takes back. The moments of refreshment, inspiration and relaxation are yours. Time is yours.

Artwork of Istvan Pölös

Yes, you heard me right. Time is yours. You don’t need to count the minutes. You don’t need to feel productive. Your brain cells are relaxing.

Art and nature, they say, the two recharging sources. Go to the nature. Enjoy art. Receive. Be fulfilled.

You will never regret that.

Kata Komuves: Silence

ARTODU is a Swiss online art gallery, supporting emerging artist mainly from Budapest, Hungary.

Beatrix Koch is an architect and urbanist who founded ARTODU and cares about culture, art and humanity.

Artworks: From Ferenc Repas, Istvan Pölös, Zoltan Andre, Gabor Andre, Kata Komuves, Mate Ladjanszki, Peter Szoke, Peter Horvath, Gabor Osz

Copyright © 2019 ARTODU ART BLOG and ARTODU Online Gallery of Contemporary Art by Beatrix Koch. All rights reserved.

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