In this screencast I am going to be showing you the most important factor (by far) to get your pages ranked higher, thereby increasing your web site traffic. It will take you a total of about 10 minutes to do this. I just posted the video on YouTube so just click on the video below... Read more »
In the video below, I will show you how to add Paypal buttons to your website so you can begin to sell more of your art. Just follow these simple steps and you’ll be up and running and selling in no time! I get asked quite often on how to add PayPal buttons to a... Read more »
If you’re looking for a terrific art-related DVD then I have a great one for you. It’s a film by Marion Cajori on artist Chuck Close. I honestly didn’t know what expect when I ordered this as I sort of did on a whim but it was so good I’m on my third viewing. I... Read more »
Abstract art versus realistic (or figurative) art has been going on for most of the 20th century and continues to today. Is one really better than the other? I know a lot of abstract artists (I am thinking painters) and I know just as many figurative painters. To me, personally, it doesn’t matter. Art is... Read more »
I have always been a fan of Elizabeth Murray's paintings. Maybe it is just the fun, the outrageous forms and colors, the silliness, the fine art - everything sort of coming together in one piece.
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The great Color Field (and in my opinion, one of the most underrated colorists of the 20th century) artist Kenneth Noland died a few weeks ago. I was always a fan of his work as well as the other seminal Color Field painters like Jules Olitsky, Helen Frankenthaler, Barnett Newman and Morris Louis. I always... Read more »
I wanted to write a little something about one of my favorite artists, David Hockey, on the occasion of his first exhibition of new oil paintings in New York in 12 years at Pace Wildenstein Gallery. Lot of people either love him or hate him. They find him too eccentric or too campy or too... Read more »