Write the Perfect Artist Statement

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Writing an artist statement can seem daunting. In a visual professio, having to explain your work in writing can feel gratuitous. But a compelling artist statement is essential to your career as an artist. What’s more, it’s a great opportunity to reflect on your practice, appreciate the value of your […]

Collecting Glass – Boha Glass

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Glass Collecting for Beginners Hello and welcome! For those interested in glass collecting then we have some advice for you, whether you have money to invest or are looking to collect glass on a budget or even for free! For those of you fortunate enough to have money to invest, […]

A Forgotten Modernist Finally Gets His Due

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Modernist architecture is undergoing an aesthetic revaluation. Despite the far-right revival of neoclassical traditions, left-leaning critics are assessing how some modernists incorporated the best of ancient forms into forward-thinking designs. At the center of this is an Austrian-born artist who has received little credit for his many buildings and monuments.  […]

How Church Painted the Icebergs

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In 1859,  American artist Frederic Church (1826-1900) commissioned a schooner to take him on a plein-air painting expedition to “Iceberg Alley,” a dangerous region surrounding Newfoundland and Labrador.  Church produced an impressive set of oil studies from observation to provide the raw material for his big studio painting of The […]

Ep 118 How to Stay Focused on your Art

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In today’s podcast we are talking about how to stay focused on your art. According to a study conducted by Northwest University, highly creative people are generally more easily distracted than the average person! https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/z54nrg/StayFocusedArt.mp3 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Spotify | Amazon Music | RSS This podcast is sponsored […]

Cheng Cheng Yi “Dragon Summoner” Limited Edition Print – Available November 10th – StreetArtNews

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Chinese contemporary artist Cheng Cheng Yi have collaborated with ArtPort for his latest limited edition screenprint entitled “Dragon Summoner”. Dragon Summoner comes in an edition of 25 and measures 70 x 56 cm. The print features Yi’s signature characters that often tell stories about adolescence and the dreams of the young generation. Born in 1985, […]