A painting--any painting--is worth exactly as much as someone is willing to pay for it.
I'm not one for knocking art, we all express ourselves in different ways; however, I've never heard of this artist, I use the term loosely. I've just had a look at some her, very twee, images on the Internet, make good fire fuel. I wouldn't pay tuppence for them.
by michellew39 7 years ago
i have a n mercer oil painting how much is it worth
by Elena 11 years ago
Why are some Paintings worth Millions of Money? ($£)I know the people who painted them are talented, but they are paintings. I am just curious...
by Ian Hudson 11 years ago
Pollock currently has the title for the most expensive painting ever sold. Art is worth what the buyer is willing to pay. I personally like pollock's work, would I buy one of his pieces?The answer to that is yes.Would I pay $140 million?I'll never have that kind of money, but if money was no...
by Moipone 8 years ago
Is paying R300,00 for a 5 years old Barbie Birthday cake too much or worth it ?
by Earl S. Wynn 10 years ago
What arts and/or creative pursuits (besides writing) do you do?
by Gypsy48 7 years ago
Is painting a waste of my time if none of my art work sells? Or do I keep trying?
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