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Hive Mind--Input Requested, Please?

Hive mind:

When buying a work of art from an independent artist, does a story explaining the piece make it mean more to you than just your appreciation of the piece?

Is the background information in the online listing enough?
Would a printed card accompanying the piece when you received it be appreciated?
Would you prefer a handwritten note explaining the piece and thanking you for your patronage?

Thanks!

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gythiawulfie
Oct. 13th, 2015 04:59 pm (UTC)
Me Personally?
I like to hear the artist's story about why they made what they made.

Outside of that, the piece will represent something different to me entirely because I bought it because it struck a personal chord with me in some fashion.

So it is a 50/50 really. It ads value to the piece, but the appreciation was already there on another level.

Best as I can sum it up.

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