Investing in Art, Gallery of Paintings
by Lee Down
12-08-2022

While the economy might be in a bit of a recession, the art market continues to boom. No matter how bad times get, art is a universal language that speaks to everyone in some way and brings them joy. And not only is art a pleasure to look at, but it’s also something that people …

by Lee Down
12-08-2022

If you’re an art lover who’s always on the hunt for new, talented artists to add to your collection, this blog post is for you. Here, we’ll introduce you to some emerging and notable artists who are definitely worth your time (and money). Looking for something different in your art collection? Why not try one …
Dane Deaner - Office Art Investment
by Lee Down
29-07-2022

Buying art—collecting art—is not what it was during the Renaissance or even during the Impressionist era. Collecting art has evolved into a mainstream, practical investment. The development of art over the past centuries has been truly astonishing. The range and variety of art forms now available is breathtaking, and collecting and investing in art has …
Failed Reception, a sad story of a love gone wrong, 16 x 12 inch oil on canvas board by Julia Strittmatter
by Lee Down
29-03-2017

We, artists, have many funny stories from our practice and sometimes we create unintentionally humorous paintings that we don’t always share with public. Today I would like to share one of mine (Julia Strittmatter) and maybe make somebody smile. It happened when I was taking still life painting class at art school. I had an …
Mandy Joy's Santa Face
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15-12-2016

Art that celebrates the multi-faceted Christmas season is alive and well at Art, Artists, Artwork. Part of me was beginning to think that the world of fine art had left Christmas aside with the advent of modernity, that Christmas stories and symbolism that were so prevalent in art since the Medieval times and was so …
Shiira by Evie Zimmer
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08-09-2016

A new artwork by U. S. artist, Evie Zimmer, called “Shiira” is a marriage of two styles of art that have no business sharing a canvas: Abstraction and Realism. It is a feat that only an artist of Zimmer’s skill could hope to achieve. She has combined oil and water to make them behave like peanut butter and …
Dawn Of Day, 30 x 40 inch oil on canvas by Christopher Lyter
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18-08-2016

Today’s painting and art digest features a fantastic visual effect gif of Iron Man super timelapse by artist Thijme Termaat great article explains Anna Roberts Surreal Art Lifesavers by Alex Johnmeyer and a fantastic abstract by Christopher Lyter Iron Man Super timelapse by artist Thijme Termaat Great article explains Anna Roberts Surreal Art Lifesavers by …
2016 Erin Hanson Cypress Clouds
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18-08-2016

Hayley Roberts shares a list of 12 Things No One Tells You About Being an Artist. Some harsh realities, hard decisions, and personal  trials artists face. Source: Huff Post We live in frugal times and for most people an art purchase is an excess, not a necessity. These days people prefer to adorn their walls …
Erin Hanson Layered Light 1
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16-08-2016

 Impressions of California: A Solo Exhibit by Erin Hanson September 1st – 25th | Studios on the Park, Paso Robles, California Erin Hanson first discovered Paso Robles during a romantic getaway, a trip that was initially scheduled to continue up the coast through Carmel and Big Sur. On that fateful day, Hanson stopped dead in her …
Silence in My Mind, 60 x 80 cm acrylic by Mo Tuncay
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08-08-2016

Mo Tuncay is a self-taught and extraordinarily gifted abstract artist who paints, not so much scenes, as he does notions of scenes—paintings that allow his viewers to experience the emotions of being in these ideal spots. We viewers may not agree on what we’re seeing, but, for the most part, we all recognize a similar–if not identical–feeling from a …