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Fleisher/Ollman Gallery wants your non-linear imagery

September 2, 2010

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To arms, citizens of the video, audio, music, noise, and performance world! Fleisher/Ollman Gallery wants your non-linear imagery–and your linear imagery — and your sounds with all the bells and whistles–which they will screen/play/project en masse in one glorious video-audio happening called Your Swimming Brain, Sept. 9 in the gallery.  If you want to participate, [...]

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Art Collecting Tips for Profit and Pleasure – Why Buy Art?

May 23, 2010

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A SIX-PART SERIES ON SUCCESSFUL ART COLLECTING PART 1: WHY BUY ART? WHY BUY ART? To answer this question, ask yourself what your reasons are for thinking of acquiring a piece of art. An artwork can cost a considerable sum, but if it meets your needs, it’s worth every penny. Anyone can buy art, and [...]

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Art Mediums & Means Of Expression In Today’s Society

May 1, 2010

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‘What counts most is finding new ways to get the world down in paint on my own terms.’ Said Michelangelo. Medium is not bar in art. We are already equipped with multiple art techniques and art mediums. When I talk about art; it is not limited to only watercolor painting or oil painting in terms [...]

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How To Select An Art Piece In An Art Auction For Real

April 15, 2010

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Nowadays, there are many art auction houses available online such as sotheby and ebay. However, before attempting to bid for a fine art auction, there are some points you need to take note especially if you are a beginner to art auctions. If you are new to fine art auctions, you might first decide what [...]

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Famous Art Galleries – Where are They?

April 5, 2010

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Art galleries are the perfect settings for exhibiting art, generally visual art such as paintings, sculptures, and photography. Basically, art galleries feature a variety of art styles including contemporary and traditional fine art, glass art, art prints, and animation art. Art galleries are dedicated to the promotion of emerging artists. These galleries provide a platform [...]

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How to Select Art for Your Home – Easy!

March 30, 2010

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Selecting art for your home can be an exciting adventure and a source of enjoyment for years to come. Keys to success are figuring out what kind of art you like, how it will fit in with the rest of your interior design plans, and how to exhibit the art to the best effect in [...]

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All About the Psychology of Art

March 11, 2010

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On the need to differentiate between the structural and functional aspects of the psychology of art… The psychology of art is a complex topic and this description serves only as an introduction to a ‘developing’ field of study. Psychology forms the basis of many aspects of life and art or expression of art in any [...]

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Wildlife Art – Understanding Its History and Development

January 26, 2010

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Some of the earliest of all known art (pre-historic cave and rock art) features wildlife. However, it might be more properly regarded as art about food, rather than art about wildlife as such. Then for a lot of the rest of the history of art in the western world, art depicting wildlife was mostly absent, [...]

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