2020's Top 4 Gifts You Should Never Give an Art Lover

If you are reading this, you probably already know that Art lovers are particularly difficult to shop for.

That's why this art lovers' telling my top four worst and best gifts for the art enthusiasts on your holiday gift list.

I have more insurance yhan Evelyn Couch in a crowded parking Lot on a summer day.

When my agent forced me to inventory my beloved art collection, I realized it was a bit over-the-top.

Confessions of an Obsessive Art Collector...

I have been looking forward to sharing this Art Lover's Gift Guide for months.

It's my ultimate chance to finally tell all the gifts we art lovers secretly sneak into the Goodwill box.

#4 Never Buy Art Lovers DVDs or Blu-Ray Movies

I won’t get on a soapbox about the mountains of plastic waist created by movies on disc, but your art-loving friend probably will.

The truth is, most people don't even have DVD players and millions of movies are easily accessible on tons of free streaming apps.

Art Lovers Want Gifts That Express What They Believe In

And what they stand for, like this inspired RBG Quote Pillow deigned by yours truly.

"Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time." - RBG

Don't just choose a gift they might like. Instead give them a deeply moving and meaningful gift of that says you know them inside and out.

#3 Never Buy Art Lovers Gifts from Big-Box Stores

Big-box stores like Target and Walmart notoriously exploit their own employees.

Target workers recently protested the lack of safety measures and protective equipment during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Think twice before you grab that adorable Santa mug. It was probably stocked by an underpaid 25 year-old with no health insurance and an empty bottle of hand sanitizer.

Try Shopping Local Art Instead

Shopping local is an inspired way to show your art-loving buddy some community-centered holiday cheer.