In today’s episode of Art Opening(s) podcast we are here to pierce the veil or add a coat of paint to it–giving you an artistic perspective on this 21st century phenonmenon of the art incubator and why creative entrepreneurs might seek them out, why the gallery world might be threatened by these programs because of what they mean for creatives, makers and artists and what to look for in an art incubator if you are so inclined.
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Everyone has creativity inside them but they may not recognize it. Some folks have a narrow definition of art and they don’t see themselves as artists or as individuals who could ever harness a creative process of their own. In Sandra Duran Wilson’s book, Awakening Your Creative Soul, she explores jump-starting your own creative powerhouse with art, writing, and meditation projects, including one around the power of idea notebooks, sketchbooks or lookbooks.
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At one point Salvador Dalí declared, with arguable legitimacy, “I am Surrealism.” And this most famous Surrealist fashioned himself the idiosyncratic artist to the nth degree.
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Artists might not realize that scribble art can be creative, artful and sophisticated. Sandrine Pelissier shows the way scribble art is definitely NOT a throwaway doodle or just a way to pass time.
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Was arsenic the green death to painters that it is purported to have been? Artists Network investigates to find out what this toxic hue was all about.
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From Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico compound to Winslow Homer’s coastal Maine studio to artists you have yet to discover from all four corners of the world–enjoy this incredible round up of 125 artists and their historic studios with details on how you can essentially witness creativity itself by visiting these places in real life! Brought to you by the Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
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A visual artist’s art history glossary of must-know art terms to use when describing artwork–especially your own paintings and drawings.
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