Here at Segmation (www.segmation.com), we appreciate this time of year. Not only do we enjoy creating Halloween-themed products for our customers; we also love seeing art that reminds us of the soon-approaching night of fright. Read on to discover just a few art pieces that are all at once stylish, classic, and pretty darn scary.
Everyone is vulnerable to being hurt by love…especially artists. Why? Because artists tend to feel emotions on a deeper level than the average Joe. However, these individuals are equally vulnerable to the joys of love.
Photos don’t do the art of Nashville justice. Its masterpieces are best seen in person. But, if you can’t take a trip down south (or up north, depending on where you live), reading about the Nashville art scene will do.
Grandma Moses began pursuing art at age 78. In her lifetime, she achieved great success. This was partly due to her unconventional attitude about herself. Artist Grandma Moses Changed the World By Proving That Destiny Looks Different for Each Person.
Are you an artist? If so, you’ve undoubtedly experienced the frustration of a creative dry spell or two (or two dozen). Creative blocks are encountered fairly regularly by nearly every artistic person. What about artist’s block? For example, songwriters temporarily lose the ability to effortlessly write good songs. Painters are just not able to create magic with their brushes. Illustrators cease to create engaging characters and drawings that capture the imagination.
Some of the best art is not created from traditional mediums like chalk, paint, and pencil, but from non-traditional mediums such as rocks, sticks, bark, fabric, cardboard, and chains. Non-conformist...
Tibor Nagy, a native of Slovakia, has been creating artwork since childhood. There’s something unearthly, uncommon, and even unfair about a self-taught artist who is extremely talented. These rare individuals possess...
Are you an artist? If so, how are you feeding your artistic soul? This is a question you probably don’t ask yourself or get asked very often. We may not want our bodies to be fat, but our artistic abilities are a different story! We do want our skills to grow and our capacity to create to become large. Guess what? This can happen when you are regularly reading the right books.
Do you consistently ruin your weight-loss efforts by eating when you’re not hungry? Do you push away the romantic partner whom you hoped for for years? Do you procrastinate on projects you know you must complete in order to get that promotion at work? If so, you are most likely stuck in the prison of self-sabotage. Do you need some artist tips?