Ann Scango is a sculptor and visual artist who hails from the United States of America. She creates pieces of art that are three-dimensional and texturally complex. The high quality of her work has made her well-known in the state of Texas.
On her Medium, there is an article about what people should do when they want to dive into the art world. Newcomers may feel a bit insecure when first getting involved in the art world because there is a feeling that one is not in the know about the things, or that one will sound uneducated and foolish in front of people who are seasoned veterans of the art scene. However, newcomers should not feel intimidated or insecure because all it takes is thinking about what one likes, going to venues that foster art scenes, interacting with people who love art and researching art.
A Pop-Up Homage to Caspar Henderson’s Book of Barely Imagined Beings by Maria Chernakova https://t.co/YCak2NkcTc
— Ann Scango (@AnnScango) July 30, 2018
One thing that a person should do is find out what his or her taste is. What type of art draws you in? What style? This is the type of a question a newcomer to the art world must ask his or herself. If you want to get your feet wet in the art world, you should look for listings of venues that have art shows. You can usually find listings like these online, on neighborhood directories and in publications. Looking for artists, art shows and pieces of art in the local community is the first and easiest step. You do not have to buy anything right away or make any sort of commitments—you just have peruse what is out there and think about how you feel.
A person who wants to buy art should put a lot of consideration into where the art will be placed, how much room is in his/her dwelling and how certain types of art will match (or not match) the interior of their homes.