Video: Artist Beck Lane Talks on Making Excuses About Quality and Settling

Painter Beck Lane talks about not allowing herself to settle and make excuses about the quality of her work.

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Meaning of Light— New Painting in Artist Gabriella Cleuren’s Brave New Old World Series

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The Light symbolic.

Light is a condition for seeing. It is so normal that we are rarely conscious of it. It makes everything visible, but remains unnoticed itself. Nonetheless, it is a graphic means for the artist, which she or he directs, or a given which she or he copiously directs her/himself in their work and in their observation. Because light is decisive for the atmosphere and thus it announces or transfers something to the viewer without him or her becoming aware of it. Light feels nice. It gives brightness, clarity and is the bearer of old archetypal meanings which any person of any culture whatsoever intuitively feels. Light stands for cleanliness, goodness, sincerity, truth, spirituality, simplicity and modesty, strength, wisdom and beauty; in short, for the divine. Thus it is positively set.

© Gabriella Cleuren 2013

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                  Meaning of light 2013 73 x 54 cm ( 28 3/4 x 21 1/4 inches)
Art of the Prom Nice France from  June 7 until June 9  2013.
Gabriella Cleuren’s book featuring her Brave New Old Worlds painting series is available directly from the artist via her website–here is the link to preview and order: http://www.gabycleuren.com/publications
You may view the artist’s newest paintings in her series Brave New Old Worlds just added to her site, here :
 http://www.gabycleuren.com/types/Brave_New_Old_Worlds/works/
The website of Art of the Prom : http://www.artoftheprom.com/

Gratis Submit List of Art Blogs, Art Magazines For Artists

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Artist Marketing Resources began building this list early in the new year, continually researching and adding new links, so that the list is now 21 pages.

Yes, this is your gratis list of Art Blogs, Art Magazines, and other art media including art TV, art radio, art publishers for you to use. How? Submit your art for more exposure.

Art Galleries like to represent artists that receive magazine and other feature coverage.

Here is your access link to this free list– https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=ilew9IA0R9UUIcXjF8ocRw

Feel free to share the link to the Art Magazine list with other artists.

Note:

You’ll need a copy of Adobe’s Acrobat reader to view the ebook. You can download that free http://get.adobe.com/reader/ 

Also: To read this or any PDF your Adobe Flash Player must be up to date–free upgrade here: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

NOTE: Older versions of Google Chrome will *not* open this or any PDF. If using Chrome you will need to make sure that it is the latest version of Chrome with an option at the bottom that allows you to read PDFs.

Best wishes

Marie Kazalia

email:  MarieKazalia@gmail.com

Artist Marketing Resources blog

http://ArtistMarketingResources.com

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ArtSnacks

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Yesterday, I posted about the art site eatsleepdraw. While viewing art on eatsleepdraw, I noted repeated references to ArtSnacks, an art supply subscription service. Artists love art materials but perhaps hate the hours spent in art supply stores or online suppliers sites searching for just the right tool.  ArtSnacks feeds that love of the hunt but helps you cut down on time waste with monthly sampling of artist materials

. How clever! ArtSnacks subscription service delivers art supplies to your studio door!

Normally, I receive offers of blog posts in exchange for art products, but this time I bypassed that and went ahead and subscribed to ArtSnacks.

Success! Thanks so much for subscribing to ArtSnacks!

Here are some questions you might have:

I just signed up for a ArtSnacks subscription – what will I receive?

Each month you’ll receive a box full of 4-5 art products to enjoy. Each box will include a different mix of goodies like pens, pencils, markers, inks, brushes, paints, and more.

When will I get my first ArtSnacks box?

If you signed up before the cutoff date (the 20th of each month) you’ll receive your ArtSnacks this month! We ship ArtSnacks on the 1st of each month and you can see details on shipping below. If you signed up after the 20th, you’ll receive your first box next month – and we promise it will be worth the wait 🙂

When will my ArtSnacks ship?

ArtSnacks are sent every month, like clockwork. We’ll start sending out boxes on the 25th(ish) of each month.

Will you tell me what is coming in my box ahead of time? Can I choose?

No, we won’t tell you, we like surprises. But we definitely want to know if you have ideas for future boxes. Send us an email with a link to a cool art product and well consider it for the future.

Whats your cancellation policy?

You can cancel your subscription via the account page at any time. To cancel your subscription, just login to your account, click on Manage Membership and hit Delete Account. You will still receive the ArtSnacks you have already paid for but your subscription will not be renewed the next time it expires.

For any other questions, or to get in contact with us, please feel free to email us directly at ArtSnacksCo@gmail.com

Allison Schulnik’s impasto paintings come to life

 

Allison Schulnik’s impasto paintings come to life! The artist takes her work off the canvas and into 3D work, then flattens again to video.

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allison schulnik, big money head, 2008, oil on canvas (Photo credit: PinkMoose)

Mound by Allison Schulnik from garaco taco on Vimeo.