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, Rube Goldberg Competition: Where Art and Engineering Meet

Rube Goldberg Competition: Where Art and Engineering Meet

    Rube Goldberg Competition: Where Art and Engineering Meet     Rube Goldberg was perhaps best-known for his cartoons, which often depicted over-engineered machines completing a variety of simple tasks (hence the name, “Rube Goldberg Machine). Rube was also an engineer and an inventor,…

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, High Society, Royalty and Aristocracy, Portraits of Franz X. Winterhalter, Commissioned by Kings and Queens of Europe in the 19th Century: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Very Important to See!

High Society, Royalty and Aristocracy, Portraits of Franz X. Winterhalter, Commissioned by Kings and Queens of Europe in the 19th Century: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Very Important to See!

      High Society, Royalty and Aristocracy, Portraits of Franz X. Winterhalter, Commissioned by Kings and Queens of Europe in the 19th Century: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Very Important to See!           What was the amazing talent, which allowed…

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, The Lasting Effects of Cubism

The Lasting Effects of Cubism

         The Lasting Effects of Cubism     Avant-garde art in the early 20th century featured Cubism, an art movement that originated in Europe with the works of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso and later joined by such talents as Robert Delaunay…

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, Art and the Singularity: Will Artificial Intelligence Creative Robots Change Art?

Art and the Singularity: Will Artificial Intelligence Creative Robots Change Art?

Art and the Singularity: Will Artificial Intelligence Creative Robots Change Art?         We tend to think of robots as primarily industrial, largely because that has been their primary function up to this point. From the automobile industry to the agriculture industry, most…

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, Dale Chihuly and the Art of Blown Glass

Dale Chihuly and the Art of Blown Glass

Dale Chihuly and the Art of Blown Glass     Glassblowing is a complex art form with a history of use in a wide variety of industries. Historically, most glassblowers were tradesmen producing functional, practical pieces for sale as utensils and containers, especially in the…

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, Transitioning between Two Major Art Movements

Transitioning between Two Major Art Movements

  Transitioning between Two Major Art Movements   Historically, the period between any two major fine art movements has been tumultuous, fraught with young artists proliferating a wide variety of experimental styles, with major metropolitan fine art scenes constantly birthing new schools of thought. Typically,…

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, 3D Printing and Contemporary Fine Art: What’s in Store?

3D Printing and Contemporary Fine Art: What’s in Store?

3D Printing and Contemporary Fine Art: What’s in Store?     3D printing has already fundamentally changed the manufacturing industry by giving production capacity to individuals, but how will this new technology affect the art world as it becomes more mainstream? 3D printers, both home-based…

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, Avant-garde Art in the Digital Age

Avant-garde Art in the Digital Age

  Avant-garde Art in the Digital Age     For young artists, the dawn of the digital age meant a fundamental re-shaping of how art was brought to the public. The Internet now hosts countless online art forums, art galleries, and markets, all designed to…

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, “You Live Forever Through Your Students” : Artist Joseph Culotta Inducted as Distinguished Fellow of Texas Art Education Association (TAEA)

“You Live Forever Through Your Students” : Artist Joseph Culotta Inducted as Distinguished Fellow of Texas Art Education Association (TAEA)

  “You Live Forever Through Your Students” is the mantra of Houston Artist Joseph Culotta, who was recently inducted into the highly distinguished group of Fellows of the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA).  The ceremony of induction took place on November 14, 2015, at the…

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, Rare and Major Mark Rothko Retrospective at Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Only U.S. Venue For This Exhibition

Rare and Major Mark Rothko Retrospective at Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Only U.S. Venue For This Exhibition

  Rare and Major Mark Rothko Retrospective at Museum of Fine Arts Houston Mark Rothko, recognized as one of the foremost figures of the Abstract Expressionist vanguard, has an unparalleled exhibit “Mark Rothko: A Retrospective” at the acclaimed Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, from September…

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, Bullet Shell Art is Unstoppable: Works of Artist Federico Uribe shown by Adelson Galleries

Bullet Shell Art is Unstoppable: Works of Artist Federico Uribe shown by Adelson Galleries

  Two weeks ago, attending the Texas Contemporary Art Fair, held at the George R Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX, we discovered that the most intricate, breathtaking, avant-garde fine art can be made from bullet shells, color pencils, pencil erasers and plastic fasteners. That…

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, Houston Fine Artist J Antonio Farfan is a Force To Be Reckoned With

Houston Fine Artist J Antonio Farfan is a Force To Be Reckoned With

Houston Fine Artist J Antonio Farfan is a Force To Be Reckoned With Renowned Houston fine artist J Antonio Farfan is a force to be reckoned with.  The fine art work of artist Farfan ( http://artist.com/j-antonio-farfan/24/artworks/ )  are indeed mesmerizing, but when gazed at from different…

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, Dazzling Artists and Artwork at The Cynthia Corbett Gallery Exhibit at Texas Contemporary Art Show 2015

Dazzling Artists and Artwork at The Cynthia Corbett Gallery Exhibit at Texas Contemporary Art Show 2015

  Dazzling Artists and Artwork at The Cynthia Corbett Gallery Exhibit at Texas Contemporary Art Show 2015 Last week, at the Texas Contemporary Art Show, hosted at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston Texas, we had the absolute pleasure of meeting Ms. Cynthia…

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, Artist Joseph Culotta presented by The Gallery Girls Draws Large Art Crowd to Swank Interiors

Artist Joseph Culotta presented by The Gallery Girls Draws Large Art Crowd to Swank Interiors

Artist Joseph Culotta / The Gallery Girls Draw Large Art Crowd to Swank Interiors   It was a wonderful and stimulating evening of fine art and discussions last night, with some of Houston’s finest art lovers, at Swank Interiors, Houston TX.  Celebrated abstract artist and…

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, Important Event to Attend: YOUNG MASTERS (The Cynthia Corbett Gallery): DIALOGUES

Important Event to Attend: YOUNG MASTERS (The Cynthia Corbett Gallery): DIALOGUES

THE CYNTHIA CORBETT GALLERYYOUNG MASTERS: DIALOGUESContemporary works inspired by the Sphinx Fine Art Old Master Collection12 – 24 October 2015Sphinx Fine Art125 Kensington Church StreetLondon, W8 9LP( Young Masters is a not for profit initiative of The Cynthia Corbett Gallery) It is with great pleasure that we announce…

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, World Renowned Neurosurgeon / Artist Dr. Curtis Dickman Donates Major Gift (Muhammad Ali Painting) to Humanity and   Recognized by www.Artist.com

World Renowned Neurosurgeon / Artist Dr. Curtis Dickman Donates Major Gift (Muhammad Ali Painting) to Humanity and Recognized by www.Artist.com

World Renowned Neurosurgeon / Artist Dr. Curtis Dickman Donates Major Gift to Humanity and   Recognized by www.Artist.com  www.Artist.com would like to honor outstanding artist and world renowned Phoenix neurosurgeon Dr. Curtis Dickman, and recognize his significant philanthropic contributions to fellow human beings and all humanity. …

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, Texas Contemporary Art Fair Review, Houston, TX  2015

Texas Contemporary Art Fair Review, Houston, TX 2015

Texas Contemporary Art Fair, Houston, TX  2015 October in Houston is something to look forward to.  The weather is getting cooler, hurricane season is coming to an end, and it is time for the city’s art lovers to get ready for the Texas Contemporary Art…

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, Fifth Annual Houston Fine Art Fair a Success!

Fifth Annual Houston Fine Art Fair a Success!

The fifth annual Houston Fine Art Fair was held at the NRG Center this year (September 9-12, 2015), and it was a vibrant and fulfilling event for artist.com to attend. Rick Friedman, the founder and owner of the Houston Fine Art Fair, is to be…

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