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Thought you might like to see some of my expresso pot collection. They don’t just sit on a shelf. I do use them. Well anyway its on to this session’s list of blogs. enjoy.
This is a great view of color wheels and how they have changed along with background concepts.
This site offers some great freebies. ( I get nothing if you go there)
I know you probably already go to youtube but and are sick of art history but this site is pretty good.
Understanding Contemporary Art MOOC
by John David Evert from Open Online Academy OOAc.org
That’s it for now. I’ll be back after the New Year with lots more so remember
So here are a few blog sites that I think you will enjoy while I enjoy my coffee.
This one is about the business side of art.
The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) is an inter-national, online, Open Access and peer-reviewed journal for the identification, publication and dissemination of artistic research and its methodologies, from all arts disciplines
We now distribute the magazine for free to a growing global readership of over 50,000 people per issue, create projects with top international artists, hold media partnerships with prestigious art fairs and events, host pop-up project spaces with free public programing, and arrange exhibitions featuring acclaimed artists, performers, and academics
Have a happy hanukkah
That’s it for now. You know the next line
Imagination is never still. The marks we make are verbs!
So this week I’ve got a few special blogs and sites for you;
This twice-monthly mini magazine will keep you up to date with everything that’s preventing ArtReview’s editorial staff and contributors from getting a good night’s sleep, plus all the latest news and gossip from the international artworld. In addition we’ll bring you previews and reviews of exhibitions, biennials, art fairs and auctions, as well as anything else we feel like making a fuss about.
Want to go down the rabbit hole and come up in a far away place this is the one for you. I can spend hours just looking at magazines. And not just art.
I took the following from their site
This site started with an emphasis on painters who had some connection to observed vision in their work but over time the blog grew to become more inclusive; as much perceptions on painting as it is about perceptual painting. We examine a wide range of stylistic approaches from extremely loose abstraction to precise realism and everything in between.
That’s it for now. I’m off to the studio to finish a couple of new pieces. You’ll see them posted soon! And remember…
Imagination is never still. The marks we make are verbs
Last week I told you I got a new coffee pot. Well a number of you wanted to see what it looks like so this week I’m posting a picture of my 1940’s Flamingo, Hall, Drip O Lator
So sit back enjoy your drink and let’s look at blogs
Hyperallergic is a forum for playful, serious,and radical perspectives on art and culture in the world today. I’m not going to get into the number of awards they’ve received or the fact that they have over 70,000 subscribers (I’m a bit jealous), I’ll just leave it to you to enjoy…or not.
This site has great interviews and an immense amount of podcasts.
This site is more a gallery site than a blog but the artists they show have a lot going for them. I love the quality of the reproductions on the site.
If you have a favorite blog let me know, I’d love to go read it.