VISIT ISSUE 11 In a sentence, how would you describe your art? I am an expressionist painter who paints landscapes, seascapes, and portraits. In my work, I try to have meaning and comment on the things that I feel passionate about that are happening in society and the World in general. Currently, I am highlighting […]
If you’re an avid art lover, collector or seller; you’ve probably aware of Artsy. It’s the largest online marketplace for new and pre-beloved art. Here you can buy, bid or explore the pieces made by iconic or new and emerging artists. Here’s a list of the top 5 artists on Artsy in November 2021.
Welcome back! I hope everyone is well and using their lockdown time productively…
VISIT ISSUE 8 You know when you meet someone and you just get a “feeling” about them? I was introduced to Nicola by a colleague and immediately knew I was in the presence of someone creative, and with something to say. Turns out (little self pat on the back) that this creator’s work is right […]
Part 3. The Eyes Have It, continued… I hope everyone is well and looking forward to putting all your homework sketches to good use. Dame Elizabeth Taylor was described as one of the most beautiful women in the world. Her facial features meet the criteria of symmetrical and proportional perfection. She was also blessed with […]
Part 2 I hope everyone is well and looking forward to putting all your homework vertical ovals to good use. I’ve chosen an unusual face for us to begin drawing. Dame Elizabeth Taylor was described as one of the most beautiful women in the world. Her facial features meet the criteria of symmetrical and proportional […]
We are guilty of spending way too much time glaring at images on Instagram and Pinterest, but when you come across an artist as marvelous as Todd Simpson, that time spent reaps a mighty fine reward. Add to our delight the finding that Todd is a local Melbourne artist. How would you describe your art […]
Please allow me to introduce myself… I am a happily mature resident of Frankston. My living room is also my art studio, so when friends call in, they’re often confronted by the latest project. Most recently I designed three life-size murder scenes for The Frankston Theatre Group’s next production, Bloody Murder (a comedy, by the […]
As I strolled around a little Brunswick based Art market, somewhat underwhelmed by the offering, I stumbled across the stunning work of Emily D’Agostino. Now the proud owner of an “Alice” print, I was keen to find out more about this local Artist. How would you describe your original Art in a sentence? Portrait artwork […]
In looking for new ways to partner with local Artists and Designers, it became necessary to investigate the idea of Licensing. Most of the readily available information is geared toward the Artist and not the Licensee. This article provides the low-down on how to find Art work to License, the process, and the payment requirements.