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A Year-End Review: A look back at FineArtViews articles from 2011

by FineArtViews on 1/2/2012 2:37:12 AM

This article is by the FineArtViews team. The views of the authors below are entirely their own and may not reflect the views of BoldBrush, Inc.. You should submit an article and share your views as a guest author by clicking here.


Looking back at FineArtViews (FAV) articles from 2011 shows that debate about art is alive and well within the FASO community. From art-related stories that touched the hearts of readers to art criticism and art marketing advice that sparked controversy -- the regular contributing writers at FineArtViews offered a wide range of conversation in 2011 about art. This week we will point at some of those past FAV articles. Below are a few FineArtViews articles from 2011 that spurred debate:

 

Occam's Razor by Jack White

 

"Art curators are really smart about the history of art and what works for their collection, but they don't know sic-em about what sells to the general public." -- Jack White

 

Leveraging Your Income With Reproductions by Lori Woodward

"It's funny, people know what amateur sounds and looks like with singers and dancers, but no one seems to know what the dividing line between amateur and professional is with visual art. So be it... but the collectors I know are pretty smart about what they collect." -- Lori Woodward

 

Take Responsibility by Keith Bond

 

"I don't know about you, but I am tired of hearing artists blame the economy for their woes. Sorry to be so blunt, but to me, this is just an excuse." -- Keith Bond

 

Should I Enter Art Competitions and Shows? by Carolyn Henderson

 

"If the quality control level is too scruffy, I give the show a pass, but if the overall synopsis is high, it's worth a shot." -- Carolyn Henderson

 

The War of Art - What is it You Fight the Most? by Moshe Mikanovsky

 

"When you say that you don't have the muse to sit down and paint, what do you really mean?" -- Moshe Mikanovsky

 

Tell Me a Story: Writing About Your Art by Luann Udell

"Many of us have been taught there is only one 'right way' to write and talk about our art." -- Luann Udell

 

Art Pricing: Is it time for the unwritten rules of art pricing to change? by Brian Sherwin

"The art market -- overall -- is an interesting beast. You have to keep in mind that even in a good economy -- and with great art -- some artists don't earn that much... while others who are arguably less-skilled have earned a nice profit for themselves." -- Brian Sherwin

 

Don't Show Your Art Out of Context by Clint Watson

 

"The wrong context explains why marketing art on Facebook doesn't work well: people go to Facebook to play games, look at photos and find old high school flames." -- Clint Watson

 

Please feel free to re-visit these articles with a comment -- our writers tend to stay on top of fresh debate no matter how 'old' the article may be. We strive to offer views that cultivate an on-going conversation about art related topics -- ranging from art marketing to art history. You will continue to see that dedication in 2012 and beyond. As always -- thanks for reading and for sharing your views.



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