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Fast and easy to get your own, here is my Countune.
In the About section of Countune Gerd Jansens explains his project, in part–”Why should a picture always belong to just one person? This picture belongs to everyone, so it brings people and ideas together. Countune is an “International Internet Social Art Project” and a registered Trademark. It is a new concept for exhibiting pictoral art. Its significance is rooted in an on-going graphic representation of the sequence of natural numbers.”
You can download your countune in two versions.
Artist Paula Jones has a new website where you can view and buy her luscious oil paintings in skillful brushstrokes reminiscent of past masters, yet each artwork has such a contemporary appeal. These paintings will look wonderful hanging in your home or office!
Sheep Portrait, Paula Jones oil painting, SOLD!
We love this sheep portrait, and found out that it just SOLD as we were about to publish this blog post.
Each painting is a one-of-a-kind original, and Paula also offers limited Edition Giclee prints in her website print shop.
A humorous cartoonist who directed a Blur pop video is up against an artist who orchestrates “live encounters”, in the shortlist out Thursday for this year’s Turner Prize — one of the world’s most controversial art awards. The other two contenders are a French-born film-maker and a painter who has…
Download image SAN FRANCISCO, April 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – The Lim Gallery is proud to announce the upcoming show Dynamic Color, which includes fine art and paintings by Patter Hellstrom, April Hawkins , and Saundra McPherson , on view through June 30th, 2013. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com…
Anselm Kiefer’s Studio
Patty Smith–advice to artists
The news spread, and Berlin area artist Emily Pütter reports that more than one thousand artists, all carrying paintings, stood in a queue several kilometers long along the main streets of Berlin hoping to hang their work on Deutsche Bank exhibition space walls. Artists arrived on bicycles, by car, and walking, only to talk and laugh with the other artists who also had no chance of getting in. Many stood in the snow and cold for hours hoping to hang their art. Emily says, “There will be another one at the end of the month.” So apparently Deutsche Bank plans to do this every few weeks.
Later, after the show opened to the public, Emily attended the exhibition–waiting 2 hours to get in–while Deutsche Bank provided hot tea, coffee, and sausages to those waiting on the street in the cold.
Once Emily got inside the show– “there were piano players, food and drinks, and a great ambience,” she said.
Thank you Emily!
Visit Emily Pütter’s website www.emilypuetter.com to view her work.
Emily was feature in the March issue of ArticulAction Art Review http://issuu.com/articulaction/docs/articulaction_art_review_-_march_2013/1