Just curious. Every so often, I run across a piece of art that just speaks to me and I've learned the hard way that when I see one of those (and they're rare), it's just best to buy it as I'll probably never see it again and regret not getting it when I had the chance. It's kind of like hearing a song that you really, really like but then never hear it again, 'cause you never got the name or the band.
Granted, I don't have deep pockets for that sort of thing and I don't buy as an investment, no. I buy it because it makes me happy to see it and look at it. Most of the art I have are limited edition serigraphs (silkscreen prints) or old litho's, but I do have a couple/few originals. It seems buying art is one thing—framing it is expensive.
I was just wondering if anyone else bought treats for their eyes and mind.
Actually, I kind of regard rockets as sculpture. I know I delight in shapes, angles and color and am happy to sit and look at them from time to time. Art of a different sort.