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, Commercial Art in the Digital Age

Commercial Art in the Digital Age

  Commercial Art in the Digital Age     Simply put, the Internet has vastly changed the nature of fine art education and art jobs in the digital age. Graphic design has become an ever-changing landscape of computer programs with a high turnover, compelling commercial…

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, Historical Giants of Abstract Art, Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky and Delaunay

Historical Giants of Abstract Art, Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky and Delaunay

      Historical Giants of Abstract Fine Art, Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky and Delaunay         Abstract art, in the purest sense, uses a kind of visual language to present concepts that can be independent from real-world visual references. That is, an abstract…

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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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, 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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, 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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, How an Art Movement Takes Root

How an Art Movement Takes Root

  How an Art Movement Takes Root We’re all familiar with the concept of prevailing trends, whether they be in fashion, music, or fine art, but how do such trends come about? Who exactly is present at an art movement’s birth, and how does it…

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, Art, Literature, and Music: How Movements Drive One Another

Art, Literature, and Music: How Movements Drive One Another

  Art, Literature, and Music: How Movements Drive One Another   In the historical past, authors, musicians and artists frequently patronized each other’s gatherings in order to gain a sense of what was currently happening in other artistic mediums as well as to fill their…

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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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, 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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