How to Care for Your Art Pieces

How to Care for Your Art Pieces

Article 3: “How to Care for Your Art Pieces”

Owning a piece of art isn’t just about the visual pleasure it brings or the statement it makes about your taste and style. Being an art owner, especially when that art is a limited-edition piece from the revolutionary “Artists Meet Artists” collection, comes with responsibilities. One of the key responsibilities is to ensure that your artwork remains in top condition. Here at, we understand how important this is, and we’ve put together a guide on how to care for your art pieces.

Proper Placement

The placement of your artwork significantly affects its longevity. Consider environmental factors when choosing where to display your art. Direct sunlight can fade and damage artwork, especially on acrylic and canvas, so avoid areas where the sunlight will hit the art directly. High-traffic areas, where the artwork could be easily bumped or touched, should also be avoided.

Handling Artwork

Handling artwork requires care and attention. Always ensure your hands are clean and dry before touching artwork to avoid staining or damaging the piece. When moving a piece, hold it securely from both sides. If the piece is particularly large, like those available in the 96″ x 96″ size, don’t try to move it alone. Always enlist help to avoid accidents.

Cleaning Your Artwork

Routine cleaning can help maintain the pristine condition of your art piece. Dust your artwork regularly with a soft, dry cloth or a feather duster. Never use cleaning products or water on artwork, as these can cause serious damage. In the event of a more serious issue, such as a spill or stain, seek professional help. Many art restoration professionals can help clean and restore artwork without causing further damage.

Climate Control

Artwork is sensitive to its environment. Fluctuations in temperature and humidity can cause warping, yellowing, or other forms of damage. Try to maintain a consistent temperature and humidity level where your art is displayed. Avoid placing artwork near vents, fireplaces, or radiators, as these can cause rapid changes in temperature.

Framing and Displaying

Proper framing and display can not only enhance the aesthetic appeal of your art but also provide a layer of protection. At, we offer several mounting and framing options for our limited-edition pieces. A well-constructed frame can protect your art from physical impact.

Professional Conservation

For valuable art pieces, consider seeking the services of a professional conservator. These experts can provide detailed advice tailored to your specific artwork and its needs. They can also carry out professional cleaning, restoration, and preservation services to maintain the integrity and value of your art.


While not a direct form of care, having your artwork properly insured can give you peace of mind. This is particularly important for valuable pieces like the ones from our “Artists Meet Artists” collection. If your piece is damaged or lost, having it insured can help you manage the financial implications of its replacement or restoration.

In Conclusion

Being an art collector is more than just owning beautiful objects; it’s about preserving these pieces for future generations to appreciate. With the right care and attention, your “Artists Meet Artists” piece can remain vibrant and beautiful for many years to come. Through a blend of regular maintenance, thoughtful placement, and professional advice, you can ensure that your art not only retains its aesthetic value but also stands as an enduring testament to the remarkable confluence of music and visual art.