Jerry’s LIVE Episode 42: Block Printing with Artist Bill Fick featuring Speedball Art Products – See Video Below Summary After our basic printmaking episode was such a success, we have decided to up the ante with the help of Speedball. They are bringing out the big guns– and are graciously loaning us renowned printmaker Bill Fick…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 17/01/2018
Celebrities who create art as well as sing, act and more! In researching for our previous post on celebrity art investors, we came across an amazing array of celebrities who not only collect art, but create it as well! We couldn’t resist, and had to dedicate a post to some of these multi-faceted artists. Amongst…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 09/05/2016
You Accepted Our Challenge And We Proved Art Can Change Everything! “Create Art, Change Everything” by Amy Gardner Dean (pictured middle) Jerry’s Artarama started out to prove that artists are passionate about what they create and that art should be a part of everyone’s life. Here at our corporate offices, we bet our boss that…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 18/03/2016
Don’t Fall In….Wait, Actually, You Can’t. This art will melt your brain. To see more, check out our other article, The Best of Sidewalk 3D Art
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 05/01/2016
Picasso’s Painting Is The Most Expensive Painting Ever Sold Pablo Picasso This past Monday, Picasso’s “Women of Algiers (Version O)” sold at auction in New York for $179,365,000. The painting is considered to be one of the Pablo Picasso’s most important works. “Les Femmes d’Alger (Version O)”, translated to “Women of Algiers (Version O)”…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 14/05/2015
Why We Perceive Color Differently Left: Original Image, Mid: Image is white balanced to look white and gold. Right: Image is white balanced to look blue and black. Unless you’ve been stuck at sea for the past two weeks, then you’ve definitely seen the dress that went viral on the internet last week and felt…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 10/03/2015
Madrid’s Prado Museum Introduces Unique Art Exhibition for the Blind Guests feel a textured version of Velazquez’s “The Triumph of Baccus” (image courtesy of Museo Nacional Del Prado) The Museo Nacional Del Prado (Madrid, Spain) opened its first exhibit for the sight impaired recently which allows people to touch recreated famous classical masterpieces. For the visually…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 19/02/2015
Art is Important as a School Subject, but Can It be a Teaching Tool too? Although many schools cut arts first in their search to slash budgets because of the expense of art supplies (the answer is that they aren’t shopping at Jerry’s where all the deals are), recent studies have shown that exposure…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 24/01/2015
As if we didn’t already know this! At this point, we know that art has multiple effects on our brain, can keep our brains healthy longer and have other health benefits that we might not know about. Here are some of them. Our brains were designed to appreciate and process artwork. Recent studies have shown that looking…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 17/01/2015
Will the blind soon be able to taste the Mona Lisa? With the advent of some revolutionary new technology, blind people are now able to process images sent directly to the brain-from their tongues! Although we have very little understanding of how our brains work, it would seem that our brains are adept at fixing…..