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Free Art Events for February 2018

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of February, submitted by the ArtWeb community: National Association of Women Artists’ 2018 Winter Small Works Exhibition Open to all US women nationwide. 67 works that include sculpture, intaglio, watercolor,…

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6 Things You Should Know As a Novice Abstract Painter

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While we have certainly written in the past here at ArtWeb about some of the abstract artists of which you should be aware, we haven’t focused much on the basic point and essence of abstract painting, and what it should…

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Art Events for January 2018

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of January, submitted by the ArtWeb community: January Art Events Winter Open Art Exhibition A wonderful eclectic mix of all things arty. Dates  Dec 13, 2017 to Jan 10, 2018…

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Small, Unusual and Little-Known Galleries in London: Part 1

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This post was originally published on London Cheapo. As much as we love London’s big galleries, a lot of exhibitions come at premium ticket prices (£15-£20). Part of the fun of visiting and living here is discovering culture in small,…

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Art Events for December 2017

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list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of December, submitted by the ArtWeb community: Contemporary Craft Show The largest of the guild shows with a great selection of excellent work on show. An opportunity to view and purchase…

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5 Women Who Showed New Ways Forward for Self-portraiture

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Self-portraiture is one of those vexed subjects within art that has not always attracted the attention and analysis it really deserves. After all, there is so much more to any given artist’s self-portrait than a straightforward expression of ‘this is…

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The Basics of Gaining Gallery Representation

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Are you a teenager or 20-something with dreams of global artistic stardom? Or maybe you’ve turned to a creative path later in life, and are trying to juggle the task of building up a selling and exhibiting profile with that…

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Free Art Events for November 2017

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of November, submitted by the ArtWeb community:   National Association of Women Artists – New Members Exhibition Eligible media for membership includes painting, works on paper, video, sculpture, installation. Dates…

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Spotlight Interview with Mr Sly – Bold Mixed Media Artist

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Meet Mr Sly, a mixed media artist from England combining 20th-century pop culture and bold designs. Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I am 29 years old from Liverpool, married with 3 children…

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Free Art Events for October 2017

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A list of some fantastic artist events coming up in the month of October, submitted by the ArtWeb community: Series of Art & Emotions Exhibition Artist Simranjit Singh will be contributing A Series of Art & Emotions with ‘Oil Paintings’ inspired by his love…

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5 Steps to Drawing and Painting More Convincing Figures

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Have you noticed that even in towns and villages where there may otherwise be very little formal art instruction on offer, there almost always seems to be a life drawing class going on somewhere? It’s almost as if, as human…

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An Introduction to the Wonders of the Collagraph

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If you’re accustomed to the idea that printmaking always involves the incision or engraving into metal that is then printed, you might want to know about a little thing called the collagraph—or collograph, as it is spelt in some circles.…

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Interview: Martin Holtkamp, Professional Photographer in Tokyo

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This interview was originally published on Tokyo Cheapo. Martin Holtkamp, as well as being an all-round good chap, is a German-born photographer who has built an impressive two-decade career in music and fashion photography in both London and Tokyo. He has…

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Blog About Your Art

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It’s pretty understandable that as a creative person, you may be curious about the potential advantages of blogging about your art. However, the thought of writing about your practice in this way can also be quite intimidating. There may seem…

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What Can You Gain from Visiting Fine Art Degree Shows?

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It’s that yearly event that so many artists – even those who are largely self-taught – so often talk about in hushed tones. Yes, that’s right – I’m talking about the fine art degree show. They happen in art schools…

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