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  • Why Artists Should Use Online Art Galleries
    Online galleries by their very nature have made the art world a better place. Discovering a new artist by looking into these galleries all around the globe is easy for anyone to do from a computer or even a mobile phone. Online art galleries give the artist more control, enhance freedom of expression, allow an unlimited number of people to find the art they are looking for and make it possible to generate increased revenue from art sales.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Fri Feb 21, 2014 8:07 pm
  • Stephen Morris: Art Without Boundaries
    Stephen Morris draws, paints and even etches to create interesting original pieces. Many different types of mediums and surfaces are utilized in his artworks. Most notable is his unique style which so many people inquire about and comment on how unusual it is. Morris says that he has always referred to it as a diversionary style.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Sat Feb 15, 2014 11:25 am
  • Nigel Goodwin: Painting the Magnificent World
    Nigel Goodwin (nigelartist here on ASC) specializes in oil and watercolor but has recently started using acrylic as well. His watercolor paintings are usually of birds and flowers; whilst in oil he tends to paint landscape, seascape, abstract and portrait. Nigel has been painting for over ten years and has chosen to share some of his artistic story with us here.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:55 pm
  • Elizabeth J. White: Capturing Simple Things in Life With Art
    Elizabeth White of Easley, South Carolina creates artwork mainly in acrylic celebrating the simple things in life. She considers her style as traditional and she also experiments with different forms of art. Her works are sometimes abstract as well as portrait, landscape and fantasy. "I love to paint, and create; I don't want to sound cliche but to me art is me - who I am as a person."
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Mon Sep 16, 2013 2:44 pm
  • Daniel Chiriac: Creating a Life of Art by Painting Beauty
    Romanian artist Daniel Chiriac paints oil on canvas. His preferred styles are surrealism, fantastic realism and classical realism style. Most of his time is dedicated to his little daughters and wife and of course, creating art. Here today, he brings to us his story complete with personal anecdotes and insight relating to his experience creating life as an artist.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:51 pm
  • Dan Fusco: Painting People With Realist-Impressionist Style
    Dan Fusco of Long Island, NY is here to share some insight with us about his experience as a painter of people. With twelve years of painting, Fusco has developed a style he calls a "realism/impressionism blend." Read on to learn about his artistic journey.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:55 am
  • BRIAN KIELT: ASHES TO ASHES
    Brian Kielt is a Visual Artist living and working in Northern Ireland with painting, drawing and photography. Brian creates artworks in oil, charcoal, pencil, pastels, photography and mixed media often exploring the fragility of being human.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Thu Jul 04, 2013 9:50 pm
  • Rick Wooten: My Paintbrush Odyssey
    Surrounded by the natural beauty of the forests, lakes, and granite rock formations of Prescott, Arizona, career artist Rick Wooten, has much to inspire him along the journey that he calls his "Paintbrush Odyssey". Rick was kind enough to submit to an interview contemplating his art, so let's begin now and journey with him as he shares his artistic life and the journey he's on.
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    rhknigh
    Wed Jul 03, 2013 7:34 pm
  • Theta Brainwaves and How They Can Affect Creativity
    Self Improvement:Mind Development - Brain specialists find that theta waves activate memory, vivid imagery, new ideas, and a deep lasting state of calm. In doing so, creatives can surpass their mental blocks and pick up the tools of their trade and materialize something inspired from the realm of the imagination. How can we get our brains to the state of tranquility and vivid imagination?
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Mon Jul 01, 2013 7:19 pm
  • D.K. Osorio An Exposed Soul, Working in the Shadows
    DK Osorio is an artist who works primarily in pen & ink and oil paint, but has been branching out recently into photography. She lives in Northern California.
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    rhknigh
    Fri Jun 28, 2013 7:24 pm
  • Offbeat Fine Art Painter Michael Auger
    Michael Auger of Rockville, MD creates offbeat acrylic paintings that are unapologetically bold, colorful, and fun.
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    rhknigh
    Fri Jun 21, 2013 11:30 pm
  • Mounting Paper Artwork - No Hinges Required
    This article will expand on mounting options for paper artwork beyond the method using paper hinges. If you wish to mat and frame artwork for museum-quality, with the option to change it at a later date the mounting job must be reversible. Here I will go over some methods that are reversible. The following information on Corner Pockets, Mounting Strips, and Sink Mounts are the preferred archival mounting methods.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Fri Jun 21, 2013 9:45 pm
  • Robyn Ann Weinrib: Happiness Found in a World of Art
    Robyn Weinrib specializes in creating Mixed Media, Abstracts and Altered Art. In direct relation to art she says "I overcame depression because of art...I want to try to help anyone who might be facing some adversity.. Maybe my story will help someone."
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Thu Jun 06, 2013 7:44 pm
  • Simply Symbolic Surrogates: Dustin E. Parr’s Surrealist Art
    Dustin E. Parr of Fort Wayne, Indiana creates Surrealist and Conceptual Art with oil on canvas. Dustin’s surrealist art work consists of mirrored metaphors and allusions.He knew he was meant to be a painter the moment he stretched a canvas for the first time. In this interview he is sharing his art and what it is about to him.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Thu May 30, 2013 10:46 pm
  • How to Find a Set of Markers That Last
    How soon you will need to replace the marker set you buy today? This article will be focused on finding the longest lasting design, illustration and paint markers, the kinds artists use most often.
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    rhknigh
    Tue May 28, 2013 7:27 pm
  • Lynne Wright - Inspired by Creation
    Lynne Wright tells us a little about her art life and shares a few of her works here.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Thu May 23, 2013 7:32 pm
  • Matting Art – What Matters and Why
    Matting is more than just reduction of white space around a painting giving the artwork appropriate presentation. It is also a key in preservation. A mat is a border used to enhance and protect artwork. What type of matting to use and why is covered in this article.
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    rhknigh
    Sun May 12, 2013 9:00 pm
  • Tanya Davis and the MunnyWorld Experiment
    As a newcomer Munny artist on the custom toy figurine scene, Tanya Davis' first custom Munny, a TRIKKY figurine that resembles a steampunk anthropomorphic cat is currently on display at the Guzu Gallery in Austin, Texas.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Mon Apr 29, 2013 1:54 pm
  • Artist on a Budget - How to Cut Costs and Keep Profits
    Debt is not a fun thing, and art is. Let's agree to keep the two things separated. Here I will outline some of the best practices I have garnered from artists I know.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Mon Apr 29, 2013 1:23 pm
  • Lisa Larrabee, Visual Poetry
    Tucson, Arizona oil painter Lisa Larrabee creates in the styles of Traditional contemporary: Portraits, landscapes and figurative landscapes. This interview highlights her ability to put poetry into visual form.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Fri Apr 26, 2013 8:18 pm
  • How to Avoid the Hand Pain Artists Commonly Suffer
    The hands are the tools every artist requires to create with. Hand pain can be very debilitating to anyone who performs repetitive hand and finger motions. Having a strategy to minimize and ultimately avoid this unpleasant and distracting issue of pain is of great value to such individuals.
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    rhknigh
    Mon Apr 22, 2013 8:05 pm
  • The Genius inside: Mijail Quesada
    A glimpse into Mijail´s Soul as we discuss his Surrealist Painting and more.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:32 pm
  • In MunnyWorld you can do anything you want!
    An introduction to Custom Munny Modification for artists.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:24 pm
  • Wanelo - the next big thing?
    Potential Art marketing resource for artists.
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    rhknigh
    Attachment(s) Sun Mar 31, 2013 9:14 pm
  • The Art of The Information Age: Digital Art
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    rhknigh
    Sat Mar 30, 2013 11:56 am

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