Like Being In Love

February 14, 2015 in American Made,Art,Art Gallery,Artists,Colorado,Hunter-Wolff Gallery,Old Colorado City,Small Business | Comments (0)

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Come and Let Us Tell You Why We Are Passionate at Hunter-Wolff Gallery

What does it feel like to go to a job that you love every day? It feels like being in love. If you have been in love, you know that you want to be with that person as much as possible and that is how it feels when you are passionate about your job.  For the past 10 years,  I have never felt like the hard work it takes to create a successful business is hard work! Of course, it can be challenging but the joy and laughter one experiences by working at something they love, outweighs the challenges. For me, it feels like coming home when I arrive each morning.  Nearly every day I meet people who appreciate the talents of fine artists and share their passion for art whether they are buying their very first piece or their 100th piece. It is so exciting to be part of this process.

Like being in love, there are always surprises too.  I visited friends on a recent trip and although I knew they collected art, I had no idea how extensively.  It was exciting to see all their treasures. We had so many conversations about their collection over the course of my visit.  They clearly enjoyed telling the many, many stories about how they found each piece. On my last day, I noticed a wood-turned piece on a shelf and  was stunned to learn that it was created by an artist I represent at Hunter-Wolff Gallery.  The piece was signed and dated 1987 when Colorado artist Jerry Wedekind was just getting his start in the business.

If your career or business doesn’t give you joy like being in love, keep searching. Although I feel like I have the best job in the world, there is one downfall, however.  I want to bring all the beautiful artwork home with me. Everyday I am surrounded by beautiful art–-paintings, pottery, sculpture, blown glass and most importantly, wonderful, interesting people.

If your job doesn’t put a smile on your face every day, then explore fine art and you might find your world changing.

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