What is Art for?
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30-01-2016

What is art for? This often unasked question is asked giving us 5 reasons it helps us in this 5 minute video created by The School of Life with Mad Adam Films. The aesthetic and comforting factors of how art affects us is wonderfully explained. Art has a place in our lives and reminds us …

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14-01-2016

Ava by Sara Bardin Sara Bardin is an artist based out of Washington DC who has a very challenging career. It was the stress from the job that encouraged her to begin painting. Raising two daughters and working full-time only offers her little time for painting so¬†she dedicates 8 hours Saturday and 4 hours Sunday …

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14-12-2015

Stephen Colbert hilariously demonstrates censorship issues faced by network television in the United States. Facebook faced the fury of the art community when censoring – removal – nudity in artwork images shared on their popular social media platform. Now artists can share their artwork without fear of censorship on social media. Television in the US, …

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05-12-2015

Being a juror of an art exhibit is always humbling, a learning experience, an avenue to give encouragement, and without doubt, an honor. The first thing that a mindful juror will do – whether he or she is jurying artists as members into an organization, jurying artwork into an exhibit, or jurying for awards – …

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25-08-2015

She is, without a doubt, my favourite abstract expressionist artist today. I have heard others say they all look the same — her artwork. Yet, if that were true, would I have the same intense emotions I feel when I do look at this present body of work? Like Jackson Pollock, the energy and emotion …