Monthly Archive: March 2014

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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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Gallery Commissions On Outside Sales

Everyone would agree that a commission is due a gallery that hangs an artist’s work for sale once a sale is made. For some, things become a bit grayer when transactions occur outside the gallery walls—when the artist sells work from his studio directly to the client.

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Beauty Came To See

I think to see beauty you must realize you are beauty, like to love another you must love yourself first, or to be an artist you must realize you are one. This always sounds somewhat conceited when I say it, but it’s not, just as confidence is not the same...

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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> […]