I recently watched a documentary call "Herb & Dorothy"
it was really inspiring to watch.
Chronicling the story of unlikely art collectors Herb Vogel and Dorothy Vogel, filmmaker Megumi Sasaki demonstrates that it's not necessary to be wealthy in order to build a significant collection in this fascinating documentary. A postal clerk and a librarian, the Vogels share a passion for art, which they pursued over decades, becoming two of the most important collectors of minimalist and conceptual art with more than 4,000 pieces.
It really open up my mind of collect the work that I thought I can't afford it.
Now most of Jason and mine collection are mostly smaller pottery functionalware
maybe... it will start to change soon....
anyway, if you want to see this film you can find in on Netflix, and you can watch it online.