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Paintings by Abbey Ryan

Latest Post: September 24, 2017
Still Life with Italian Plum and Silver Creamer (A...

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Click to view auction 5-day auction ends at 7:30PM EST on Thursday, Sept. 28 A Meditation for 10 Years A Meditation on 10 Years Today marks 10 years since I began making paintings for this blog. Starting with a pink zinnia, I set out to make a painting a day and to see if I could develop a...
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Colossal – An art and design blog

Latest Post: September 23, 2017
Asinas II: A Dizzying New Kinetic Sculpture by Jennifer...

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Asinas II is the latest kinetic work by Dutch artist Jennifer Townley who is intrigued by how machines can create complicated nonlinear movements from a circular motion found in rotary engines. The work is a successor to a piece from 2015 that similarly relies on sequential geometric forms that...
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Painting my World

Latest Post: September 23, 2017
A Cloud and Sky Refresher

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'Under Sunny Skies' 16x20 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $350 As much as I love the close up world of the intimate landscape I am equally drawn to the drama of the sky. So when my private student asked for some sky and cloud tips I was excited to oblige. I gave her my condensed run down of my...
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A Plein Air Painter's Blog

Latest Post: September 23, 2017
The Selfishness of Art

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Portrait of Mozart (1756-1791). Painted in 1762, when the composer was 6, by Fruhstorfer. The making of Art is a selfish endeavor. It requires all your spirit; yet you can give it everything, and it will still demand more. To give it what it craves is to take away from others. Time and space, love...
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Eye Level

Latest Post: September 22, 2017
In This Case: Artist Paul Rand

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In This Case: Artist Paul Rand Jeff Fri, 09/22/2017 - 12:36 Categories In This Case: Luce Foundation Center Paul Rand, a 20th-century graphic designer and art director, was a master at combining elements of fine art and design. His hallmark style combined recognizable symbols, text, and humor to...
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Jessica Abel

cartoonist, writer, educator

Latest Post: September 21, 2017
Perfectionism is not your real problem.

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Have you published your essay online? Have you sent your book to reviewers? Have you submitted your comic to that anthology you love? Is your website up? Have you actually told anyone it’s up? Have you shown your new work to… anybody? Have you even let yourself spend time on your new work? No?...
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ART21 Magazine

An online space for insightful writing on contemporary art and artists

Latest Post: September 21, 2017
Assessment as Dialogue: Shifting Power Dynamics in the...

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Educator-in-Residence Todd Elkin explains the origins of his experimental curriculum "Assessment as Dialogue," which upends the traditional power dynamics in a classroom and asks students and teachers to collaborate on the most effective methods of learning.
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gapingvoid

"transform your corporate culture with art"

Latest Post: September 19, 2017
The leader’s role

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Serious is urgent And it has to do with change. Leadership is about progress. There’s no such thing as casual leadership; there’s no such … The post The leader’s role appeared first on Gapingvoid .
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Nancy Reyner - Blog

Latest Post: September 18, 2017
Our Innate Creativity

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I love browsing Ted Talks online. It’s addictive! You can find an incredible range of topics, each limited to 15 minutes, offering the finest in the “Art of Persuasion”! One in particular, about our natural creative tendencies, caught my interest, presented by writer Young-ha Kim. I’d enjoy...
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