Despite the growing inflation rates, art budgets seem to keep shrinking. Sometimes, we may get the same budget we have had for years and get more students! While more students mean job security, making the same monetary value work
In my blog today I am looking at the life and works of the nineteenth century Czech painter, Zdenka Rosalina Augusta Braunerová. Her views and lifestyle influenced many painters and writers, many of whom were her friends. She became a
Below you can find out about
- the dates and locations – and
- see a video of filming in progress at one location that I’m sure will have everybody who applied but didn’t get selected saying “I’m glad I didn’t have
Diana Rodrigues’s art embodies abstract elegance in every sense of the phrase. We’ve recently had the privilege of conversing with her about her creative journey and how she perceives the world through her creations. Let go of all your preconceived
With intentional practice over a period of time, artists improve their mastery of value, learning to discern the relative lightness or darkness of shapes and forms with increasing sensitivity. On the way towards mastery, the right tools are invaluable.
James Quandt is a film critic and curator based in Toronto.
We are pleased to have below the winners for the 39th Annual Art Competition in the Portrait/Figurative Category. For the full list of winners overall and in all other categories, please see the links at the end of the
While my husband and I were staying in The Hague we took a daytrip up to Amsterdam. It was a beautiful day spent at the famous Rijksmuseum bookended by some beautiful spots we found for lunch and dinner.
by Cynthia Close
This year, Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights, begins on December 18th and ends on December 26th. The artist most closely identified with Jewish folk culture is the long-lived Russian born Modernist