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The Art of Art Accommodation

Art Aficionados are thwarted in their attempt to accommodate traditional wall-oriented Art on "Picture Perfect Wall Space" simply because the Traditional Market for Wall-Oriented box-style Visual Art (sales/leasing) has hit a Glass Wall!

The Art & Design Dilemma

Art Aficionados share a stimulus known as Art-in-the-Heart* Syndrome ... senses are electrified during The Art Acquisition Cycle which comprises of The Acknowledgement Stage, The Criteria Stage, The Investigation Stage, The Measurement Stage, The Selection Stage, The Decision Stage, The Accommodation Stage, The Reconsideration Stage and, ultimately, The Satisfaction Stage. Art-in-the-Heart* symptoms include a fascination for 'adventure', a passion for 'soulful appeal'' and a penchant for sharing 'enlightenment'.

Wall-Less SocietyThe Accommodation Stage

Art Aficionados are a sagacious group, stymied only by The Art Dilemma: The Accommodation Stage. Aficionados are thwarted in their attempt to accommodate wall-oriented Art on (traditional) "Picture Perfect Wall Space". The reality is, "Picture-Perfect" Wall Space is, in effect, obsolete due to Clear-Span Construction, Open Concept Living and Upwardly Mobile (Transient) Lifestyles. By definition, "Open Concept" means the laceration of  Wall Space. Related impediments to Accommodation are, by design, architectural fashion:  "Walls of Windows", "Walls of Fireplaces", "Walls of Open Passageways", "Walls of Closets" and, of course, garish Bedroom and Bathroom Doorways.

Art Alienation

Art Aficionados are astute ... they will not undertake nine (9) laborious stages in The Art Acquisition Cycle for anything but 'miniature' Artworks when "The Accommodation Stage" for exciting Artworks is intolerable within their Residential, Institutional, Corporate and Hospitality (R.I.C.H.) environs. As demoralizing as The Art Dilemma is in The Art World and in The Art/Design Marketplace, rest assured, Art Alienation does not extend to a lack of respect or insensitivity toward The Visual Arts and Interior Design in traditionally Upper Middle Class and Affluent Markets. Art Alienation The Bottleneck is simply caused by too much Visual Art chasing too little 'picture-perfect' wall space.

Vivacious Art Enthusiasts and emerging Art Aficionados have little choice but to abandon wall-oriented Art in favour of bountiful "Picture-Perfect Floor Space" and a new and viable (floor-oriented) Art Platform!

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