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Urban art through the ages - in pictures

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 "Nothing is permanent, nothing is fixed. Reality is like smoke in the city. Claude Monet's depiction of a railway station in The Gare St-Lazare (1877) is quietly revolutionary. He captures the ephemerality and speed of modern city life, the anonymity of great urban spaces, the freedom to disappear into the city like a vapour. Monet is not usually thought of as a social visionary, but this painting speaks deeply of what it is to exist in a modern city. All that is solid melts into steam." (Jonathan Jones)

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103 Topics to Write About for Art Blogs - Artpromotivate

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 "For those of you with art blogs, hopefully this page can be used as a reference." (Graham Matthews)

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The Art of Framing... | David Hettinger - Blog

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 "A good framer recognizes a good work of art and compliments the work." (David P. Hettinger)

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Steal My Art | Art Career Academy

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 "One of the sad realities of the internet is exposure can lead imitation. " (Natasha Wescoat)

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The Secret to Life every Artist Knows

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 "Artists know this idea in their bones. An artist knows it's nice to have a great image in mind for the next painting or the melody mapped out in one's head for a new song, but these don't mean a whole lot unless you put them out there." (Kimberly Harding)

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Could You Earn up to $7000/month Selling Your Art on eBay?

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 "There are artists making a decent income from selling their art on eBay. Soniei's experience suggests that the market may be on the rise again ($2000 - $7000 per month is not to be sniffed at). But at the same time, there is still a lot of art going unsold." (Dan Johnson)

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Conundrum

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 "No matter what your disciplines, you need your own personal lists." (Robert Genn)

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Nine of the Best Ways to Boost Creative Thinking

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 "When it comes to creativity, one of our biggest concerns is usually how we can be more creative, or how to come up with better ideas. Research in this area is all over the place, but I've gathered some of the most practical studies out there to help you utilize specific techniques that can boost your creativity. " (Gregory Ciotti)

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An Easy Way to Increase Creativity

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 "Social psychologists have discovered that creativity is not only a characteristic of the individual, but may also change depending on the situation and context. The question, of course, is what those situations are: what makes us more creative at times and less creative at others?" (Oren Shapira and Nira Liberman)

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Portraits of Famous Artists with Their Little-Known Quirks

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 "Did you know that the Chupa Chups lollipop logo was designed by Salvador Dalí? Or that Vincent van Gogh only sold one painting in his lifetime, despite the fact he created hundreds of works? James Gulliver Hancock has compiled these facts both familiar and strange into illustrated portraits of the artists." (Allison Meier)

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Drawing Lines Using the Indentation Method

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 "A common challenge I face in pencil drawing as opposed to acrylic painting is getting crisp, white lines (such as hair or whiskers) over a dark background. While in painting this can be achieved by using light paint on top of the background, with pencil you cannot draw white on top of black; the only white available is the paper showing through. " (Lori McNee)

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Delight Someone (Everyone)

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 "A couple of weeks ago, I had the joy of hearing Senga Nengudi talk about her art. We were at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver in a gallery surrounded by the work. Nengudi makes soft installations and sculptures from pantyhose. It started when she was living in a small space in New York and decided on a medium that would fit into her purse. She warmed everyone in the room with her gentle, generous spirit and big smile." (Alyson Stanfield)

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Determining Long-Term Value

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 "Seek out the work that looks like nothing you've ever seen before (that can include something that's just so damn well done, you can't get it out of your mind). None of which will guarantee it's unique in the world (although it's easy enough to ask your dealer or artist friends if they know of other work like it), but your long-term odds are much higher with such art than they are with work that brings nothing new to the table for other artists to get excited about." (Edward Winkleman)

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Artists' Commandments: Know Thy Customer - RedDot Blog

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 "Have you analyzed your customers?" (Jason Horejs)

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How do you grow a Renaissance person?

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 " Do visual artists, for example, who learn to master a particular medium need to "forget" what they were born knowing or otherwise have under their belt about other mediums to do so? Painting in oils, for example, which are very forgiving (you can usually easily go back into a passage while it's wet and "correct" something repeatedly) is quite different from painting in water color, which is nowhere near as forgiving. " (Edward Winkleman)

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Artist Masterclass: Control

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 "At the lecture I gave at RISD last week, one person came up to me after the lecture and asked me what I thought the most important thing you can do as an artist is. A big question, but I told him the most important thing for me is the fact that I've been able to consistently sustain my studio practice for basically my entire adult life. I went to art school with a lot of people who stopped making their art and just never picked it up again." (Clara Lieu)

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FASO Featured Artists: Artist Lane Bennion

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 "Artist Lane Bennion's paintings are marked by his ability to create extraordinary scenes from 'slices of daily life' that would otherwise be viewed as ordinary. The work we viewed is strengthened by what can only be described as a contemporary edge -- a quality that forces viewers to think about their surroundings." (Carrie Turner)

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Staff Picks from the FASO Daily Art Show: Brandon Bailey, Glynnis Miller, Karen Bloomfield

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 "For this round of Staff Picks we had art critic Brian Sherwin (Editor of The Art Edge) and Artist Support Specialist Gayle Faucette Wisbon select artwork that has been featured on the FASO Daily Art Show. We at FineArtViews encourage you to learn more about these artists: Brandon Bailey, Glynnis Miller, Karen Bloomfield" (FineArtViews)

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How Do You Spend Your Precious Time?

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 "I realized that it's all about passion. Are you following yours? Are you spending your time pursuing your own dream? " (M. Camille Day)

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Art Talk on The Edge: Interview with artist Phil Couture - Part 1

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 "Artist Phil Couture handles traditional and everyday life scenes with equal passion. This passion is reflected by the elegant manner in which he captures his subjects. The viewer can 'feel' a sense of pride and honor resonating from the individuals that Phil has painted. His drawings and paintings remind us of the beauty of diversity -- and how fascinating it is to consider the world within a larger context." (Brian Sherwin)

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Line, Value, Shape, Space,,,'SOOOOO CONFUSING' | Ballance Sheets

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 "Guidelines can help us examine our work and get ourselves together if we get lost." (Judy Ballance)

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Could You Toss Your Alizarin Crimson? | A Color Mixing Tip

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 "Alizarin crimson, that deep blood red, is a staple color for many painters." (Carol McIntyre)

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A Monkey Played a Joke on the Art World

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 "Could they recognize the work of true avant-garde modern artists?" (Ken McGavin)

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How To Make Working From Home More Productive

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 "Ginsburg avoids contaminating home space with her work, preferring to contain all business documents behind her office door. She even uses a landline for her office rather than a cell phone to avoid work from flowing into her personal space." (Lisa Evans)

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Dealing direct: do artists really need galleries?

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 "Successful artists, as well as some smart youngsters, are in no rush to secure big-league representation." (Cristina Ruiz)

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The broader economic implications of donating your art

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 "Collectors, artists, and arts organizations are crippling the very institution they seek to encourage. " (Kate Vrijmoet)

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Sell Your Art into the Corporate Market

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 " Before pursuing this market, be sure it is the correct market for you and your artwork. There are many avenues to selling artwork, and finding the one that works best for you is essential. The corporate market is a great one for many artists, but it is a business - complete with specific, high-quality artwork, invoices, legal paperwork, proposals, presentations, installations, hiring of other professionals, deadlines, and more!" (Carolyn Edlund)

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The Storm is Coming

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 "When the clouds start moving in fast, you want to be in that position of control. You want to know if a gallery calls you at a moment's notice with a show, you have 20 paintings for a show AND still be able to support the other venues where you sell your art. You want to be prepared for that storm. If you are prepared, it could be a fun ride with a lot of sales, lots of new customers, and lots of new opportunities. If you aren't prepared, you have a great chance of damaging your reputation, losing sales and losing some future opportunities. " (Doug Hoppes)

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Don't 'sink' in the 'art is not business' rhetoric

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 "You should toss the rhetoric I've mentioned aside if you are a business-minded artist. It is OK to earn a profit from your art. It is OK to view art as a profession if you wish -- just as it is acceptable to view your art marketing efforts under a career scope. You are a fool if you try to live up to the noble expectations of others. Your art is a business... embrace it. " (Brian Sherwin)

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Staff Picks from the FASO Daily Art Show: Kristan Le, Pat Meyer, Nina Fabunmi

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 "For this round of Staff Picks we had art critic Brian Sherwin (Editor of The Art Edge) and Carrie Turner select artwork that has been featured on the FASO Daily Art Show. We at FineArtViews encourage you to learn more about these artists: Kristan Le, Pat Meyer, Nina Fabunmi." (FineArtViews)

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