You ought to feel proud of the work you choose and should not be pressured to buy something that isn't a match for you.
An art advisor may be a good option if you are most looking to purchase a large piece of art that is likely to appreciate in price.
They can then leverage their vast network of connections to the art industry. It's easier to find the things that matter to you rather than to stress and to allow you to concentrate on it.
those things that matter, and ignore the things that don't.
Limit your printing options to only single prints or multiples
There is a consensus that purchasing prints in multiples is the best option to build an art collection. But, this suggestion is a bit naive.
Prints by well-known artists can be attractive because they can give you bragging rights ("I have a Picasso") or. However, there are many emerging artists whose original artwork is just as good.