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October 4, 2017

How to Find Artistic Inspiration in Dry Times

Sometimes, artists go through dry spells. In fact, probably every artist has found his or herself in this place at least once. A creative drought isn’t just discouraging; for the professional artist, it can also be financially damaging. After all, how people create quality art that sells when they can’t muster up good creative work? The answer is that they must find inspiration.

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September 6, 2016

3 Ways to “Unblock” Yourself Artistically

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.

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June 5, 2016

Interview with Frank Jaehne: Abstract Painter, Modern Artist, Dreamer

Each month, we here at Segmation have the honor and high privilege of interviewing an artist who catches our eye. We strive to find individuals we think our readers will...

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February 13, 2015

The World’s First Tetrachromat Artist

To artist, Concetta Antico of California, art and life have always been one in the same. Meet the worlds 1st tetrachromat artist. Why is white a color?

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March 18, 2013

Piero della Francesca – Early Renaissance Artist

Florence might also have been responsible for Piero’s interest in mathematics as well as other forms of art such as, architecture and sculpting. Many scholars believe that Piero was deeply interested in how other fields of study might influence his painting. Whether or not Florence was where this interest was sparked, it appears that Piero spent his life studying mathematics, light, color, architecture and sculpture, all in the effort to bring the proper perspective to his painting. This love of learning for the sake of perspective in his work is evident in all of his paintings.

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June 18, 2012

Sailboats are Examples of Recreational, Fun and Relaxing for Set Sail

Sailboats are Examples of Recreational, Fun and Relaxing for Set Sail

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June 15, 2012

Inspirational Tips to Boost your Artistic Creativity

If you are looking for inspiration, this post is all about helping you discover a muse to jump starting your creative ambition.

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August 3, 2011

Sea Urchins have left the Beach to Inspire Art

Inspired by mythology, animals and Ernst Haeckel, Jennifer Maestre has created a beautiful, intricate and somewhat dangerous art design . This talented artist builds 3-dimensional art with colored pencils. In...

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June 29, 2011

Discover the Artist in You

When did you discover the artist in you? Was it the first time you held a paint brush? Or the time you received praise for an art project? Whenever it...

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