Friday, March 27, 2009
Great information for any artist on Perspective, Focus, and Nature of Light:
Pictured here: Number 6: High-Minded by Mary A. Gravelle, 24" x 24", Mixed-Media on wood.
Monday, March 16, 2009
I was talking with an artist friend last night after a delicious meal he had prepared of goat wrapped in banana leaves. Yum.
Anyway, as we were talking about the history of art as he showed me photos of ancient ruins, I wondered what the artist of today is doing that's new. What are the ideas and methods that the artist-of-today is intrigued by. Where are the artists gathering to talk about new trends. Does the artist-of-today have anything new to say or a new way to say it?
My friend and I reminisced about the impressionists artists and how they gathered in coffee houses and bars to talk art. And what about the abstract expressionists and how they gathered and talked about that movement? We became a little jealous because it seems that the artist-of-today has nothing like that going on. No new movements, no new messages.
So, where do you think the artist-of-today is headed? Are there any artistic movements out there that one can jump onto and get enthralled by?
Where is your art taking you these days?
Thursday, March 5, 2009
I have just been learning about Twitter and have been up and running for a couple of weeks. I have been wondering and curious how all of this works and whether it is really a worthwhile venture.
Here is an article that I saw today on the subject of Twitter for artists:
Article: Twitter + Art
Article: What is Twitter?
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