one of the most overlooked aspects of home decor.
  Interior designers know the importance of proper art in the finishing of a room.  Marrying the wall art with complementary framing which also harmonizes with the room can be a daunting task. A framing consultant with experience and expertise in design can help you achieve an outstanding and quality product within budget. Here are six top reasons the experts have found for you to consider custom framing to boost your interior design: 1)    Custom framing personalizes your home or business: many rooms are filled with mediocre frames that you barely notice but when an object is custom designed it enriches the lives of everyone who sees it. Custom designed wall décor gives you the opportunity to surround yourself with the things that inspire you and make your life more enjoyable. 2)    Revitalizes your art: You can change the frame and make an old piece of art look brand new and modern. 3)    Adds style: Custom framing provides one of the best and ea
 
 
 
 
What is Money?
I have been thinking about money, of course we all think “how can I get more of it”, but I am thinking about: what is money? Reach into your pocket or purse and pull out a bill, it can be of any denomination, hold it in your hand and tell me what you see? What I see is ink on paper! Now, what is art; ink on paper.  You see, money in and of itself has no intrinsic value, its only value is what we perceive it to be and we use it to exchange for goods and services we want to acquire. But what happens when you dramatically increase the supply of something greater than its demand? Its value goes down, right! Now you may have heard that the Federal Reserve was injecting eighty-five-billion-dollars into the system until recently? Now, I know it is hard to fathom, so let me put it in terms that you will understand; eighty-five-billion-dollars means that the Feds printing $33,000.00 dollars every second of every minute of every hour, everyday 24/7. You’ve probably noticed this whe
 
 
 
 
Is art a good investment?
Whenever asked, I say that you should buy art because you love it, but it may not be a bad investment either. We found an article from Barclays Bank and in it, it says: "New research from Barclays Capital suggests that fine art is the best-performing type of asset during periods of high economic growth and strong inflation. " Think about this, take a bill out of your wallet, it can be of any denomination, now hold it in front of you and tell me what you got; it's ink on paper, in other words, it is ART. It is art not only in the traditional sense, but also in the sense that government induces you to believe that it has real value even though they are currently printing and flooding at least eighty-five billion more of it into the economy every month, which means over time, it is going to take more of those dollars to buy the same amount of goods, which is called inflation. On the other hand real art is limited to a finite amount, it is coveted and adored, it is understood in ever