Those who do it best post regularly, maintain consistent and engaging narratives, provide insight not only into their art but also into their lives and adventures as artists, and are good about interacting with their fans. But let’s not forget their art– these artists also tend to be productive, dedicated to their profession as well […]Read more "Why Record Art Provenance?"
There are so many artistic messages that are not seen and silence because they are lost in the noise of platform collisions. To overcome this phenomenal one can only reach to the past and witness how the past can be our greatest teacher. Theodore Roosevelt once said “speak softly and carry a big stick”, this […]Read more "Artists need a “BULLY PULPIT”"
From the old Midway of the 1920s era of Coney Island the Arcade created the importance of the interactive visual experience we constantly search for the new frontiers of our imagination. Arcade action of color and noise featured puzzle solving, complex thinking, strategy skills and undiscovered worlds beyond our one dimensional lives. This explosion lead […]Read more "FAC ARTCADE"
There are many websites hustling artist artwork. Full Art Catalog (FA-C) goal is to empower artist to roll up the sky to make a telescope to see beyond the old scripts of marketing with a palimpsest vehicle to scrap clean these scrolls with new ideas of artistic expression. Artist need to sell themselves. With the […]Read more "THE WORLD IS YOUR MARKET"
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The eye reveals the object of information, the subject in communication, interactivity, and the centralization of power to translate aesthetics. Color alone can translate normal vision to deuteranomaly, to protanopia, to tritanopia, to monochromay. The eye can have the red eye effect, deer in the headlights, “fire in the eyes “and that let visual arts […]Read more "The “I” in ‘EYE’"
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” Pablo Picasso “Great art picks up where nature ends.” Marc Chagall “The position of the artist is humble. He is essentially a channel.” Piet Mondrian “Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing.” Salvador Dali “The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.” Francis BaconRead more "Thoughts of Art"