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October 25, 2017

2 Things You Might Not Know About Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso. That name continues to ring through history. We read about Pablo Picasso in art history textbooks, see him portrayed in film and novels, and hang prints of his artwork on our living room walls. The world loves Picasso, but few individuals know the details of his life. They understand that he was a fantastic artist, but that’s the extent of many people’s knowledge of him.

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August 12, 2016

Artist Benjamin Shine Makes Art from Unusual Mediums

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...

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August 3, 2016

Self-Taught Painter Tibor Nagy Creates Stunning Work

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...

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July 8, 2016

Your Favorite Artwork Bares Your Soul

What is your favorite piece of artwork? The Mona Lisa? The Last Supper? The Creation of Adam? Starry Night? Whatever it is, it says a whole lot about you. Your...

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July 1, 2016

Artist Pamela McDaniel Demonstrates the Power of Confidence

Artist Pamela McDaniel encourages young artists to be true to themselves and that it will show up in their artwork.

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May 26, 2016

2 True Stories Behind Renowned Works of Art

There is nothing like a story to captivate the mind and make the imagination run wild. From a person’s earliest age, he or she is told stories at bedtime. Then,...

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February 19, 2016

Painter Inge-Lise Vejlgaard Says Taking a Break from Art Sparks Creativity

Have you as an artist allowed society to convince you that if you are not producing art at lightening speed, you are not a real artist? Have you bought into the lie that taking breaks, even sabbaticals, is a bad practice for good artists? If so, we ask you to take a look at our exclusive interview with Danish artist Inge-Lise Vejlgaard. This mastermind is a professional artist to her core, and she believes in taking breaks. In fact, she says that breaks are a part of the artistic process.

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September 25, 2012

Picasso’s Art Is Recovered After Half a Century of Being Hidden

“Seated Woman with Red Hat,” a painting created by Picasso himself, was found in the attic of the Evansville Museum in Indiana. Given to the museum in 1963, the piece was stored in the attic after being wrongly catalogued.

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