‘We have no choice’: Why Australians are more likely to spend than spend
A survey commissioned by the Australian Financial Press (AFP) has found Australians spend more on their personal art than on any other commodity.
It also found the majority of Australians do not consider themselves artists.
“Artistry is one of the core values Australians hold dear,” the survey found.
“It is part of who we are as a nation, it is part a part of what we aspire to achieve, and it is one that is embraced by everyone,” AFRP chairman and CEO Nick Smith said.
“They are artists, they want to create, they care about their art and want to share it with others. “
A huge number of people are interested in art and they are very passionate about it.”
The AFP’s study also found Australians were spending more on paintings than any other type of art, and many spend more than they are willing to spend on other commodities. “
But as an industry, we need to do a better job of recognising and investing in the value of art.”
The AFP’s study also found Australians were spending more on paintings than any other type of art, and many spend more than they are willing to spend on other commodities.
“The majority of Australian households own some type of painting, but that figure is lower than it is in other developed economies,” the report found.
The survey also found that Australians were more likely than people elsewhere in the world to have a painting on their home, compared with those who were not.
About 80 per cent of Australians said they had a painting of their own.
About half (50 per cent) of Australians owned a painting or drawings of their home.
“This is in line with what we’ve seen in the U.K. and Australia in the past five years,” Mr Smith said in a statement.
“And we are seeing a similar shift across the globe in terms of buying art.”
This is a reflection of the changing nature of art and the way people are spending their money, which is a positive change.
“Australians are spending on art a lot more than people around the world, and this trend will only continue to accelerate in the coming years.”
Art in Australia is in high demand Australia is the world’s second-largest market for art, behind the U, the report said.
The United States has seen an increase in interest in art over the past few years, with sales reaching an all-time high in 2016.
But the Australian market is much smaller.
According to the Australian Art Foundation (AAF), the total value of Australia’s artistic exports stood at just $7.7 billion in 2016, compared to $15.9 billion for the U of A. In contrast, the value per artist was estimated to be around $2.8 billion.
The AAF’s chief executive, Alan McManus, said Australia was one of a number of countries where art sales were declining.
“What we’ve found is that in the last decade or so, we’ve really seen a slowdown in the growth of art,” he said.
“In some ways we’ve been very fortunate that the U is the dominant market, that’s probably because it’s a very large country and we’re not doing very well on our own.”
It’s very hard to find people who are in the art industry who aren’t doing art.
“AFR Paints said the survey was conducted online and was funded by the AAF.
The AAF has a history of advocating for the art sector in Australia.
In 2016, the organisation launched the “Art for Life” campaign, in which art was given to children in care and given away at local fairs.
I don’t think that any organisation can compete in the global market,” Mr McManis said.