Finding the Art You Love

When you see art, how often do you stop and look? How often do you want to, but keep walking?

There are many people who love art, who feel moved and curious when they see it, who might go to museums occasionally (or more often) but who don’t go into galleries because of the the vibe. So many people just look through the window because they don’t want to hear a sales pitch for something that is priced for an investor.

The role that the current art market has picked our for art seekers is either “investor” or “patron”. “Investor” means you are justifying a high purchase price by telling yourself that you can sell it for more later. NFT art is the latest example of this. And “patron” means that your job is to dole out money to reward artists for being both poor and worthy.

Not everyone who wants to buy art wants to be an investor. And not everyone who wants to buy art thinks that artists are charity cases. Instead, there is a growing number of people who see art as something that can help them explore and expand the meaning in their lives. Something that creates beauty and enhances their experience of the present moment. Something that helps them lean into the life they are longing for.

If you are looking for art that you can hang on your wall or bring into your space as a reminder of the meaning that you are trying to create and arrive at in your life, our community was designed for you.

If you are seeking art to buy for yourself or as a gift, but not for someone else who you will sell it to one day, you were who we had in mind as we have designed this new market.

If you are wondering where you can find this, we want to help you be part of a community that is solving this problem. We are accepting applications to be part of a new art market. Please use the form below to tell us about yourself.

How would you describe the types of art that you find most interesting and appealing?
Examples: Painting, photography, digital art, film, performance, sculpture, etc.
What is hard about finding art you love? What is difficult about buying art? What do you find frustrating?
If finding and buying art was the way you wanted it to be, what would that look like? It's OK to dream!
If you could spend more time immersed in art, more time experiencing art, more time looking at and appreciating art, what do you think that would do for you?
If you have any questions about Secret Agenda Art, feel free to include them here. You'll be helping us create a FAQ.
Please feel free to share anything else you would like us to know in advance of our meeting.