Category: Art

Ways to Get Your Art Appraised and Valued

Art is subjective. What is beautiful to one person may not be to another. This is why appraising and valuing art can be challenging for both artists and potential buyers. The value of an artwork isn’t determined by how much others might want it, but rather the amount someone is willing to pay for it.…

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Three Famous Aquarian Visual Artists : Was Their Destiny Written in the Stars?

Astrologers commonly believe that the position and alignment of the planet and stars at the time a person is born influence a person’s personality and behavior. The alignment of the objects rotating and revolving in the planetary system affects the lunar nodal cycle, which is the movement of the moon as a satellite of the…

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The Influential Role of Traditional Umbrellas in Chinese Art

Traditional Chinese Umbrella as an Expression of Cultural Identity The traditional Chinese umbrella is an expression of cultural identity in the form of art. It has been an integral part of China’s history for centuries. The traditional Chinese umbrella is a cultural symbol that is used to represent China’s rich and diverse culture. The traditional…

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How Garden Art Revolutionized Visual Arts?

The world of visual arts has reinvented itself in the past decade. Almost every field of visual art has been revisited, redefined and revolutionized by a new wave of artists and their unconventional approach to the old techniques. The word revolution does not fail to describe the current scenario in the visual arts industry because…

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Water Inspired Holland’s Visual Artists During the Golden Dutch Age

Water as the art subject of a figurative or still life painting is taken as a symbol of change in purifying ways, presented in variation of moods and emotions. A painting of an ocean scenery characterized by calm pristine waters against a backdrop of blue skies, evoke feelings of serenity and utmost tranquility. In fact…

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Cosplay Art: Dressing Like Naruto by Naruto Merch

Cosplay is a type of performance art based on the idea of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, comic book, or video game. Cosplayers wear costumes and accessories to make themselves resemble their chosen character and act out the role in public. Read also: Acrylic painting: Basics and techniques The Art of…

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Considering Cars As Art

  I was recently thumbing through the channels within the middle of the night and happened to stumble across an old episode of Top Gear. Featured within the segment, was Jeremy Clarkson, (with his semi-sharp, mostly coherent ramblings) and a late model Alfa Romeo 8C. One of all the more interesting things that he touched…

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The Importance of Art in Business

  Corporate image is a strong identification tool that pervades all area of a company. The company’s visual identity has an influence on marketing, public relations, customer relations especially if you are running an earnhardt Ford food truck, shareholders, and investors. Consider the Bigger Picture Art has an important part in business, and not simply…

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Cultural Asset: The Art of Video Games

In a press release on February 14, 2007: “The debate about violence in computer games must not go too far. Adults must have the right to look at tastelessness or trash or to play corresponding games within the framework of the statutory provisions. Freedom of expression and artistic freedom are among the fundamental rights enshrined…

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Introducing the Visual Arts

Visual arts introduce itself In an increasingly visualized world, the subject of visual arts is especially important. Perceptual and aesthetic judgment, independent work, and creative problem-solving skills are taught here. Today, creativity is one of the essential key abilities of universally educated people in the modern media society in all areas of professional practice. The…

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What Contemporary Living Looks Like

Stuttgart Travel is currently not recommended, people stay at home more often these days characterized by the corona pandemic. And all the more time to take a closer look at your home. A room divider made of glass and steel Visual arts, as you can see converted farms and castles, attic apartments, spacious lofts, and…

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Relationship Between Land Art And Modernity

Art and nature have a long shared history in terms of themes. From ancient Egyptian tomb landscapes to Roman paintings and Middle Ages masterpieces, there is something for everyone. Nature held a unique interest for painters, particularly from the Renaissance forward. Nature has been a continual source of inspiration, whether in painting, sculpture, or building.…

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The Art of Vlogging

Even before the pandemic struck, the planet of vlogging has already been a flourishing industry. Influencers on YouTube are creating video content for several years now. During the pandemic, even non-influencers are exploring the art of vlogging. Since the quarantine period started, many people have decided to begin a brand new hobby to remain preoccupied.…

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Floral Arrangement as a Form of Art

By definition, art is the expression of imagination and/or creativity. There are a wide variety of arts which include but not limited to the following: Decorative arts Plastic arts Performing arts Visual arts and design Artistic expression do take numerous forms from painting, music, sculpture, printmaking, filmmaking and possibly architecture which are all recognized to…

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THE BEST PAINTING TECHNIQUES FOR ACRYLIC

Acrylic is an incredibly versatile color and can be processed using a wide variety of painting techniques. Here are some of the painting techniques, which are particularly suitable for acrylic painting:   Prima painting In prima painting is painted in one go, without the use of layers, glazes or corrections. The acrylic paints are mixed…

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Create Your Virtual Art Exhibit Online To Treat The People With Your Artistic Gifts

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, going outside our house is strongly discouraged. For some places where the rate of infection is steadily climbing up, strict lockdown measures are implemented, which means that malls, parks, and galleries remain closed. We don’t know when this situation will be over, and that is why we should start getting…

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Visual Art Exhibition Ideas

Anyone who visits the International Film Festival Rotterdam this year will be embarrassed if they do not venture outside the Pathé multiplex, where the traditional narrative films will mainly be shown. To find out about the latest developments in cinema, a visit to the Boijmans van Beuningen museum, the Netherlands Architecture Institute, and center for…

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