Month: April 2013
Top 25 Paintings Sold – Based on Worth
The world’s most valuable paintings! There’s no money in art, eh? It’s often taken for granted that being an artist means being broke. There is an archetype that exists in our culture: the struggling, if not mentally unstable, artistic genius. While this idea has its romantic elements, there actually is a lot of money that…..
Jerry's -- 19/04/2013
Watercolorist Marcelo Daldoce works wonders in watercolors!
Brazilian artist Marcelo Daldoce works wonders in watercolors! Native to São Paulo, Brazil, Marcelo Daldoce moved to Miami in 2010 to pursue life as a full-time artist. While currently working out of his personal studio, the former Bakehouse Art Complex resident has focused his works with watercolor in wholly unique ways. Daldoce infuses the medium…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 09/04/2013
Finesse Colored Pencil Blender Pens Review
Blending Colored Pencils with Finesse Blender Pens by Elizabeth Gyles Johnson, artist and art instructor Elizabeth Gyles Johnson is a pencil artist who focuses her art on the delights of life. Elizabeth teaches the intricacies of drawing at all skill levels to a collection of students worldwide through online workshops and classes at CreativePencils.com. Learn…..
Jerry's -- 04/04/2013
Advertising Using Art! Art as a selling tool
Art as a selling tool: selling as an art form! Art imitates life, advertising imitates art. More than one artist has described painting as a way of speaking, language without the words. Many works of art present a new perspective, sometimes making sharp insights about society. Advertising is also a visual means of conveying a…..