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Speaking On Art #13

IN THIS EDITION OF SOA . . . Dr. Ivan Tirado – Too Old To Dream, Iris Mes-Low – Provenance, All Art Licensing – Are You An Artrepreneur, DS Art – You Can’t Do That, James Thatcher – Incidental Discoveries are Crucial, Terry Miura – Some (Fairly) Recent Black and White Figures […]

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Speaking On Art #12

Speaking On Art is evolving, developing it’s own identity apart from The Painter’s Tongue, but is still warmly connected and anticipated. I personally look forward to what will appear in my email for inclusion in the next issue […]

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Speaking On Art #11

If there is a theme for this issue of Speaking On Art I think it would be one of “process”. Process comes in different forms. There is a process that allows one art movement to flow into a variation of it’s self or into something seemingly new. Process is also to art what meditation is to Buddhism […]

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Speaking On Art #10

Welcome to this edition of Speaking on Art. Thank you to our contributors. We are born to die, it has been so pessimistically stated. But the human experience is much, much more than a beginning and an end. Three things are important here, as evidenced by this month’s contributions […]

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Speaking On Art #9

Welcome to this edition of Speaking on Art. Thank you to our contributors. As my BFA degree is in Communication Arts/Illustration, I am excited to see a fellow illustrator contributing here in this issue. It is a competitive field but I think he is in the center of the action–New York City.

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Speaking On Art #8

Welcome to this edition of Speaking on Art. Thank you to our contributors. At the crux of appreciating any art may be in understanding it. We all have the ability to see beauty, as we see it, but knowing a little of the depths of meaning, or of the artist’s intentions, brings the work to a new level of personal value. This issue focus’ on appreciating and goes well with our survey Importance of an Artist’s Statement, and with Roopa Dudley’s guest post Defining Your Purpose Through Your Artist’s Statement> […]

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Speaking On Art #7

Welcome to this edition of Speaking on Art. Thank you to all our contributors. What inspires one to create? Many are drawn to a beautiful sunset, a pristine beach, or majestic mountains. All noble pursuits. But others are moved internally. They find inspiration in meanings and underlying forces. And they even find it in adversity >[…]

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Speaking On Art #6

Welcome to the 6th edition of Speaking on Art. Thank you to our contributors. There is much to celebrate here in this blog carnival issue. We have again stayed true to our aim of a varied, quality offering of informative topics on the visual arts. In this issue…Paper Art View presents two amazing artists that work in paper, and offers a look at the 2013 Israeli Paper Art Exhibition New York Collector offers a look at a versatile book on the Abstract Expressionists Pa Ul presents Karen Kesteloot’s 5 principles for acceptance into the best schools of art Iris Low presents magnificent women artists […]

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Speaking On Art #5

Welcome to this 5th edition of Speaking on Art. Thank you to our contributors. There is a distinct theme running through this months issue of Speaking on Art–that being one of “perception”–and it raises many questions for the artist. How do we see works of art? What is beauty in art? Is beauty even attainable or worth striving for? What “should” art be? Questions worth pondering yet possibly as unanswerable as the proverbial “What is Art?” […]

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Speaking On Art #4

Welcome to this edition of Speaking on Art. Thank you to our contributors and thank you for joining us. I am honored each month to present these amazing artists to the world to see and appreciate as I do. This edition of SOA is no exception. In this issue • James Thatcher creates large-scale abstracts (video) • Sonia Ben Achoura on nurture vs. nature • Art In Limbo on Garth Evans • Roopa Dudley shares her inner self • Operator’s Manual sings praise • Roopa Dudley on Jeff Faust […]