In a world where most people want to see art for what it can be and not for what its worth, it’s important to think about what the future might bring.
There are three big trends that are converging on the world.
The first is digital art, which is often thought of as a way to bring more immediacy to an already busy art world.
It’s the art of digital painting, for example.
The second is the shift to digital, augmented reality, which combines the virtual and physical worlds to create an experience that’s much closer to what it feels like to be inside a painting or sculpture.
And the third is wearable art, in which art is increasingly being displayed and used on the go.
All three are becoming more mainstream, and there are now so many options to choose from, it is hard to keep track of them all.
With that in mind, here are some of the key trends shaping the art world:Art is becoming more visual.
The average human being has less than 1,000 senses and has limited vision and the ability to hear or see.
In a few decades, digital art will become a mainstream medium for creating immersive art, from paintings to sculptures to videos to movies.
It will also become increasingly important to communicate a story through visual imagery.
And with so many digital tools available, the ability for art lovers to create works in the virtual will only grow.
Digital art will likely be a major contributor to a global art supply chain by 2023.
As a result, the value of art will increase significantly in the near future.
The value of the world’s art is growing exponentially.
A new report from global research firm IDC predicts that the value per person of a work will reach $200,000 by 2040.
In addition, the median home value in the United States will increase from $1.4 million in 2010 to $2.5 million in 2040, according to a recent report from the National Association of Realtors.
Art is changing the way people look at the world around them.
The shift toward digital art and augmented reality and wearable art is making people’s perception of the physical world more nuanced and human.
In some ways, the digital art trend is just another way of changing how we perceive the world, says Richard Fosnich, an art historian and professor at the University of Illinois.
He likens it to a physical shift.
“In the past, people tended to view the world in terms of black and white, gray and white,” he says.
“We’re trying to break the paradigm that you have to look at everything black and blue, as if it’s all grey and white.”
And that’s what’s happening with art, too.
“There’s always been a certain sort of grandiosity to things,” Fosneith says.
This sort of change is “just part of the overall change in the way that people think about art.”
Digital art is the future and art will play a major role in it.
In fact, Fosniks analysis of trends suggests that, in the next 20 years, the number of art collectors and artists worldwide will double, with artists becoming the largest collectors and collectors of art.
It is expected that art will be an important component of the $10 trillion global economy by 2039.
Art will be a key part of people’s everyday lives.
Art can be a gateway to social connections, and artists are already using digital art to connect with audiences in new and unexpected ways.
For example, the virtual reality world has a lot to offer for artists who want to connect more directly with their audience, says Fosnaich.
Artists can now create virtual paintings and video clips in the real world that look like they’re being created by real people.
And it’s also possible to create immersive experiences using virtual objects, like virtual sculptures, that can be viewed on mobile devices or streamed on the web.
The future of entertainment will also be a big part of art’s future.
As people become increasingly interested in what’s going on in the world and want to share it, they’ll want to be able to see what they’re seeing in their digital and augmented world, Fonsnich says.
And that will likely make it more valuable for artists to create interactive experiences, he adds.
Art will be used more often.
With so many ways to connect and communicate and engage with their audiences, it will be easier for artists and designers to develop new ways of engaging with their art.
The future of technology and art is likely to be a mixed bag.
“Art will continue to evolve, but art will continue evolving in the same way that technology evolves,” Fonks says.
Art is becoming increasingly accessible.
As more people want it to be as much about them as it is about the work, there’s an opportunity for artists, designers, and technologists to create new ways to engage with it.
The digital art market is