Naked walls and bare tabletops can be intimidating to amateur decorators — that is, to most of us. But there's bona fide artwork out there — online, maybe in your hometown — for every budget.

Sleuthing out what suits your space and taste is part of the fun.

"Art is a great investment and it doesn't have to be expensive if you buy it smart," says Rachael Liska, senior editor at "Fresh Home" magazine.

Steven Young Lee, resident artist director of the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, in Helena, Mont., notes that art can be inspirational, and affect viewers on an emotional level.

via Look locally or online for affordable art | Deseret News.

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