Monthly Archives: May 2016

Deviant Minds: The Greatest Artists

The great visual artists that changed how we “read art are relatively few in number and unique in accomplishments. They were often self-taught, obsessed with their work and fought for their beliefs. Without them we would have no “art history” … Continue reading

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BECOMING ART: PAYING THE PRICE FOR DEVIATIONS

If you are an unknown artist — possibly newly attracted to the creative arts — I have unsettling news. The statistics are against your becoming recognized for your work. According to a recent report by the National Endowment for the … Continue reading

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Finding Yourself Through Art

The evolution of human brain capacity brought with it a greater capacity to understand ourselves, both the good and the bad. Hints of what was to come is found in the dusts and ruins of French caves, where colored representations … Continue reading

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