Everyone can be a Collector!

Everyone can be a Collector!

Everyone can be a Collector! Contributed by Neleisha Weerasinghe When we hear of millions spent at art auctions and exhibitions, we tend to be completely baffled by the prices these paintings fetch. These kinds of purchases can be considered absurd by us normal people... Continue Reading
Practice, Practice, Practice!

Practice, Practice, Practice!

PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE! Contributed by Neleisha Weerasinghe. Practice, Practice, Practice; Why it is so important for Artists. We are all skilled at different things in varying degrees. Some are born with incredible talent some acquire skills overtime, sometimes... Continue Reading
A Study in Contemplation.

A Study in Contemplation.

The Art, A study in contemplation. Contributed by Alfiya Inamdar. This is the story behind the inspiration of my latest work – A Study in Contemplation. The inspiration for the artwork is two- fold and comes from two ideas – one a visual stimuli from the... Continue Reading
Art in Dark Times

Art in Dark Times

Art in Dark Times Contributed by Neleisha Weerasinghe. Current times, especially the year 2020 can be defined as a dark time in human history. With catastrophes continuously affecting life as we know it, the possibility of everything getting back to the way it used to... Continue Reading
Honoring the Year of Zayed

Honoring the Year of Zayed

Read about our recently completed Ramadan project Honoring the Year of Zayed. The Mosaic art form has a surprisingly long history, dating back to at least 3000 BC in the ancient days of Mesopotamia. Carefully and painstakingly constructed out of hundreds or thousands... Continue Reading
Good Grief It’s Graffiti!

Good Grief It’s Graffiti!

Thomas Boldt writes Good Grief It’s Graffiti! a blog post about the Peanuts Global Art Collective and the public art project. The Great Pumpkin might not be able to make it around the world on a single Halloween night, but this spring will see Peanuts characters... Continue Reading
Breaking Tradition

Breaking Tradition

Breaking Tradition is a blog post by Ana Brdar on how the Obama portraits broke with tradition. On February 12th, the National Portrait Gallery unveiled portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama, two works of art that have since provoked a strong reaction among art... Continue Reading
Copyrighting your Art

Copyrighting your Art

Read recommendations by Thomas Boldt on Copyrighting your Art. As mentioned in my previous post, the internet is an incredible, wondrous thing that has completely revolutionized the way the world works. It’s possible to speak to people half a world away... Continue Reading