1. Do you think that your answers are similar or different from most Americans? In what ways are they similar, and different?
I think they are similar due to the fact that it was mainly option based and for a lot of the questions there were only four choices or less.
2. Which questions do you think would be the most helpful if one was using market research to design new paintings for sale? What questions would you ask differently, or leave out entirely?
LIKE: When you select pictures, photographs, or other pieces of art for your home, do you find you lean more toward modern or more toward traditional styles, In general, would you rather see paintings of outdoor scenes or would you rather see paintings of indoor scenes?", Do you tend to prefer paintings that are related to religion or those that are not related to religion?, Every color has a wide range of shades. Take the color blue, for example. An artist can use a bright, vibrant shade of blue, like a royal blue, a pale, muted shade of blue, like light blue, or a darker tone of blue, like dark or midnight blue. In general, which would you say that you prefer? when the artist uses more vibrant shades, paler shades, or darker shades of color?"
Leave out: Which patterns do you like better: geometric patterns or more random uneven patterns?, Do you prefer paintings that exaggerate the dimensions or reality of objects we already know, or ones that feature imaginary objects which have no connection to everyday life?
3. Would this work? Why or why not?
I believe it would work because the general public who buys art may not know all the intricate techniques and methods for the paintings, its best to leave the questions to a more general form.