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Show Your Art Online: Helpful Tips for Artists (2012/04/26)
Show Your Art Online: Helpful Tips for Artists Getting your art noticed by a wide audience is easier than ever before thanks to the many options offered on the internet for networking.  Blogging (more...)


What is Native American Art? (2012/02/21)
What is Native American Art? The term Native American is representative of all the original inhabitants of the Americas, prior to European colonisation. It includes North, Central, South America, W (more...)


How to Buy Art Prints Online (2012/02/01)
How to Buy Art Prints Online: 4 Tips for Successful Purchasing   1. Find a reputable dealer. The first tip on how to buy art prints online entails finding a reputable company. Get recommendatio (more...)


Top Ten Most Popular Christian Art Prints (2011/07/12)
Top 10 Most Popular Christian Art Prints Christian Art can encompass a multitude of creations.  There is no way to pick the best, however, the following 10 offerings are varied forms of Christia (more...)


Fairy Fantasy Art (2011/06/10)
FAIRIES and FANTASY in ART - ESCAPISM Mythical, mystical and fanciful, fairies have always been a fascinating part of the arts.  Since the days of early Victorian art in Britain, fairy painters (more...)


A Guide to Buying Fine Art Prints (2010/12/13)
A Guide to Buying Fine Art Prints Thanks to Internet and the opportunities it provides to shop online, it is now easier than ever to find and buy high-quality fine art prints. You can have your favor (more...)


Women in Art (2010/04/11)
The Importance of Women in Art In the history of mankind, women have always been an interesting model for art, from stone carvings to canvas paintings.  They have been the focus of some of the w (more...)


Glass Mosaic Art (2010/03/10)
Glass Mosaic Art Glass mosaic art has been practiced for thousands of years, spanning back to Ancient Egypt, where it was initially used in palaces and tombs.  The Egyptians were the first to di (more...)


Manicure Nail Art (2010/02/09)
Manicure Nail Art: from Revlon to Revolutionary Every kind of art has its day in the sun. From Andy Warhol’s pop art phenomenon to tattoos and body art, there always seems to be a new art form emer (more...)


The Wonderful Art World of Sand Sculpting (2009/12/07)
The Wonderful Art World of Sand Sculpting Whether it is a child on the beach creating a sand castle or a group of professional sand sculptors replicating a famous landmark, the end result is always (more...)


Optical Illusion Art: Is what you get really what you see? (2009/11/09)
Optical Illusion Art: Is what you get really what you see? Optical illusion art, also known as op art, is a mathematically-based genre that produces optical illusions.  It uses the repetition of (more...)


Art Deco Designs Set for a Bold Comeback (2009/09/09)
Art Deco Designs Set for a Bold Comeback Art Deco designs permeated nearly everything in the 20’s and 30’s. Their purpose was solely decorative. They were included in architecture, jewellery, pottery (more...)


Comic Book Art (2009/07/08)
Comic Book ArtThe very first comic book was born in the United States and is often said to have been officially launched by ‘Famous Funnies’ in 1934. What followed was mass production of a wide asso (more...)


Budget Artwork - Thinking Outside the Box (2009/06/07)
Budget Artwork - Thinking Outside the Box The economy may not be in great shape but that should not stop you from sprucing up your home or apartment and making it look like a million bucks.  And (more...)


Investing in Art during a Recession: A Wise Choice? (2009/05/06)
Investing in Art during a Recession: A Wise Choice?   The downturn in the economy is worrying many investors. Cuts to the workforce are widening. The stock market is suffering as several reliab (more...)


The Arrival of Goalie Mask Art (2009/04/07)
The Arrival of Goalie Mask Art The first ever-recorded goalie mask to be worn in the NHL was sported by Montreal Canadian goaltender Jacques Plante on November 1st, 1959. The mask was plain and (more...)


The Long History of Food in Art (2009/03/04)
The Long History of Food in Art Still life paintings of edibles such as bread, fruits and vegetables have been around for centuries. Archaeologists have found drawings of food on the walls of Egyptia (more...)


The Awakening of Environmental Art (2009/01/15)
The Awakening of Environmental Art There exists a new movement in the art world that involves blending art into the fields of urban design, architecture, gardening, sculpture, tourism and fashion. It (more...)


The History and Copyright of Clip Art (2008/11/26)
The History and Copyright of Clip ArtClip art is a collection of graphic images of various shapes, sizes and colors, including maps, diagrams, illustrations, cartoons and designs, available to you for (more...)


Decorating with Accent Lighting (2008/10/16)
Decorating with Accent Lighting Accent lighting is considered to be a very popular way to embellish various architectural designs or art pieces in one’s home. What an accent light does is transform a (more...)


Wall Murals: The New Craze in Wall Decorating (2008/09/10)
Wall Murals: The New Craze in Wall Decorating Wall murals date back to prehistoric times when they were simple drawings found in caves. They were typically pictures of various animals such as horses, (more...)


Celebrity Painters (2008/08/05)
There are many actors out there that possess more than just acting skill; many are gifted painters, singers and dancers. Some celebrity painters include Josh Hartnett, David Arquette, and Ex-Beatle Pa (more...)


The Art of Feng Shui (2008/07/11)
What is Feng Shui? Feng Shui (meaning wind-water) is an ancient Chinese science based on the theory that all things have a positive and a negative energy, more commonly known as Chi. The art of Feng (more...)


The Art of Art Restoration (2008/06/05)
Whether it be a masterpiece or a family heirloom, the act of art restoration is great enough to be regarded as an art itself. The many layers of an oil painting must be unveiled in order to re-establi (more...)


Body Art Painting:
Tattoos no longer taboo
(2008/05/01)
It was not too long ago that tattoos were considered taboo and were frowned upon by the majority of society. Such entities were only found on bikers, ex-convicts, and miscreants of all forms. However, (more...)


Darkroom Wizardry vs.
Digital Magic
(2008/04/11)
Darkroom Wizardry vs. Digital Magic In the past, producing fine art nature photography was always a touchy combination of talent, patience, and precision. However, with the advancement of computer te (more...)


Japanese Art Prints (2008/03/24)
Japanese Art Prints Japanese art prints, or Ukiyo-e, which literally means “pictures of the floating world,” has become an increasingly popular art form in the Western world. These “pictures of the f (more...)


Original Digital Art: The Big Picture (2008/02/04)
Original Digital Art: The Big Picture With the advancement of today’s computer technology, the world of art has been thrown into a tailspin. New and original digital art tools are being created with (more...)


Treat your home to a
framed art print
(2007/10/15)
Treat your home to a framed art print   Acquiring new artwork is always exciting, although it can be a daunting task if you want it to suit your taste as well as your home’s decor. With a multi (more...)


Art Auctions:
Buying and Selling Art
(2007/09/06)
Art Auctions: Buying and Selling Art   Buying and selling art can be a lucrative profession as well as an enjoyable pastime. Attending art auctions can be profitable, entertaining, and a great (more...)


Appraising Art: An Art in Itself (2007/08/14)
Appraising Art: An Art in Itself   The appraisal of artwork can be effected for several reasons, but the two most common ones are: the owner wishes to sell it or the owner wishes to insure it. (more...)


Dressing the Walls: Picture Hanging Tips (2007/05/11)
Dressing the Walls: Picture Hanging Tips   Hanging art work is a great way to add decorative flair to a room. The color, shape and type of artwork you choose will add a personal touch to every (more...)


Norman Rockwell Art Prints (2007/03/29)
Norman Rockwell Art Prints   Norman Rockwell is revered as one of the great American artists of the 20th century. His distinctive style and unique choice of subjects were appreciated in his day (more...)


Gustav Klimt Prints (2006/05/17)
Kiss Gustav Klimt Prints Austrian symbolist painter Gustav Klimt was born in a small town near Vienna in 1862 and educated at the Kunstgewerbe Art School. Klimt, as well as other (more...)


Motivational Art Prints (2005/12/03)
Motivational Art Prints There is no reason why your home office should only be characterized by books, papers and gadgets. Taking the time to personalize your work space can have immense be (more...)


 

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