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30 JULY 2016

Being An Artist Today By Tim Hale

Being An Artist Today By Tim Hale One day a young art student managed to visit Francis Bacon’s studio in London. Sadly, Bacon was not there, but it allowed the young artist to see close-up how and where the great man worked. This was the studio of one of the most famous painters of his […]

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G-Rough Boutique Hotel
30 JULY 2016

Charming Spots- G-Rough Boutique Hotel

Charming Spots Around The World G-Rough Boutique Hotel by Lital Maro Rome is a city that needs no introduction. It is the city which the Roman’s defined as the eternal city and has more than a story or two to share. And in the mix of history, art and fashion, I discovered a pair of entrepreneurs […]

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16 JULY 2016

The Illusionary World of Contemporary Artistic Freedom

The illusionary world of Contemporary Artistic Freedom By Denis Taylor I strayed across an interesting video on YouTube that got me thinking about the relationship between Artistic freedom and Modern Religious Art. This particular discussion, come lecture, was presented by a line up of tenured academics and young post graduate teachers. The panel argued how Contemporary Art […]

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14 JULY 2016

4 Ways To Win With Social in 2016

4 Ways To Win With Social in 2016 By Paula Soito A Little Pep Talk Social media is a force that can’t be stopped. Its reach is widespread and deep. So using it to market your art makes perfect sense in 2016. But before we talk about that, I want to tell you how super remarkable […]

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8 JULY 2016

Magical Colors By Tim Hale

Magical Colors By Tim Hale A famous writer one day was looking close-up at a friend’s painting and said, “I wish I had the same word for that color you just mixed!” I remember when I first read that and how it hit straight home. I had never thought how colors could be so magical. […]

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8 JULY 2016

DOMINIQUE FORTIN

DOMINIQUE FORTIN Since taking on painting full time in 2003, Dominique Fortin has found her niche in a dream-like representation of the human character. Trained at the Saint-Laurent Cegep as well as at the Sud-Ouest School of Crafts with a focus on jewellery, it is easy to see how the creative nature of her thought […]

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12 MAY 2016

Revolution – Art & Artists

Revolution – Art & Artists By Denis Taylor A three part series of articles about the story of how a very few number of Artists chose to represent one of the most important era’s in modern history. An era that even today continues to affect our planet. It’s a story of how the artists, ignored by […]

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12 MAY 2016

Kate Clark

Kate Clark Kate Clark is a sculptor who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her sculptures synthesize the human face and the body of wild animals, exploring the overlap that exists across our cultures, and within our histories. Kate had her first solo exhibit at Claire Oliver Gallery in New York in 2008. Since then […]

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12 MAY 2016

Art and The Study of Materials at the Getty Research Institute

Art and The Study of Materials at the Getty Research Institute By Miguel Bermudez The Getty Research Institute (GRI) is an international center dedicated to providing resources, expertise, and a collaborative environment for art-historical research and publication. An important undertaking by the GRI is its Scholars’ program. Headed by Dr. A. Alexa Sekyra, the GRI […]

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6 MARCH 2016

Eva Struble

Eva Struble Disorientating Illusion Of Space Eva Struble was born in Elsmere, Kentucky. She received her MFA in painting from Yale University in 2006 and her BA in Visual Arts in 2003 from Brown University. Her exhibit of painted prints, Emblema, was recently shown at the UVA’s School of Architecture in 2015, and her project, […]

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