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Mar 16th, 2012

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Gallery – artist relations

Galleries show and sell artwork created by artists, to the public. (*exception) For this service they take a commission of the sale price. The relationship between the artis and the gallery is often complicated, complex and evolves over time.  Unfortunately few artists (and galleries) have proper contracts with galleries to ensure their rights as well […]

Feb 11th, 2012

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Another scam

To all fellow artists,If you receive a message by ‘Robert Power’ wanting to buy your art, it’s a scam – or at least I’m 99% certain. I know a few of us already received messages by him. He sends two messages using a title of two of your paintings/prints/sculptures/etc  so it LOOKS serious. But I […]

Feb 1st, 2012

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Retrospective at Atmodspere

New and old work will be on display at this new San Luis Obispo’s contemporary art space. Atmodspere is a place for everyday objects, furnishings, home design and art.  The distinctive Nordic flair of symbiosis of minimalism and contemporary, provides a unique, intimidating atmosphere for art lovers of all shapes and forms. The space is flooded with creative genius and […]

Nov 3rd, 2011

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Ignite Your Art Career

Calling All Artists: Ignite your Art Career A one-day workshop, November 19  Trudy Montgomery invites visual artists to a one day workshop to Ignite Your Art Career on Saturday, November 19th in Los Angeles.  I have had the pleasure to work with Trudy on several occasions and have witnessed her dedication and insights into the visual arts. If […]

Nov 2nd, 2011

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Data, Science and Art

Inspired I saw Nathalie Miebach introduce her sculpture and the principles behind it on a TED talk (see below). Her work is really stunning and inspiring to me, as I too am pursuing a path of finding the intersection of art and science. Why these two disciplines have always been considered polar opposites, when in […]

Oct 19th, 2011

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Delilah LaFe

Delilah LaFe In a cold barren woodlived Delilah LaFe.In her old shattered blouse,which she wore every day.Her face is ashen and blurred when she cries,pity and drear are within her blue eyes.A small stray tear would run down her face,‘t was dirty and smudged and quite a disgrace,but no one was there to laugh or […]

Jul 11th, 2011

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A great poem I heard recently

Butterfly Story Butterflies flutter from tree to treeThey fly so wild and so freeThey bring the humans curiosity and smilesAnd they spread their beauty for miles and miles. From the flower they produce a silky nectar juiceAnd from inside the flower They get pollenAnd give the other plants a showerThey sprinkle them with yellow dustThey […]

Jul 5th, 2011

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New Direction

As evident in my college Thesis, my interest in brain function and psychology has long been established. I’ve now been finding that the radio programs, the news paper articles I’m most interested in are all related to the brain. Although I had attempted to address some of my interests in the painting series: ‘Landscapes of […]

Mar 13th, 2011

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Back to Basics

Taking a break from painting itself and focusing instead on gathering new ideas, photography, getting back into drawing and jurying shows.  

Feb 7th, 2011

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