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How do you say “The Artists Web” in Japanese?

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This is an interesting topic (at least to us in the office ) – how does “The Artists Web” translate into Japanese? Does it work? Well there are two potential points that may me ‘lost in translation’. Firstly is the…

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Ignore this post

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I was innocently browsing The Artists Web today, when I stumbled across the website of an old favourite of mine Patrick Coughlan. I’ve always enjoyed the humour of his print work, and to my delight, Patrick has been with us…

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The Garden within the Cityscape

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Belinda Simmons, a Tokyo-based New Zealand pastel artist joins us in this edition of Spotlight. Belinda Simmon’s career as an artist started very differently to the way most painters or illustrators begin on the road to becoming an artist. After…

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Queen Vic Gets A Helping Hand

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I was just browsing The Artists Web and stumbled across this page on Laura Keeble’s website – and what a hoot! Evidently she has made a variety of installations, this one in particular attracting some press!

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Do’s and Dont’s for scaleable image hosting

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Top do’s and don’ts from Chris Kirkland’s experience in managing and hosting hundreds of thousands of images.

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Opportunity for Artists in the South

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Opportunity for Artists in Hampshire A new art space is set to open in Southampton this autumn. Spice Art Studios Ltd [situated in a beautiful old pharmacy building] seeks to offer professional artists a range of professional services. There will…

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Finding Art Courses

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In this edition: Finding Art Courses – Our recommendations for locating your perfect school • May 1st Launch of New TAW Site • The Artists Web in Tokyo – Design Festa.

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Striking Out

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In this edition of Spotlight, we are joined by successful artist and commercial painter, Shirley Shelton

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Website Updates – April 2008

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Hope we’re all having a great Spring and the artwork is blooming!So he’s a break down of the latest updates on The Artists Web user control panel: Better Security For Your Images Image Watermarking – The image copyright option now…

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Mark H. Wilson – After the Dawn

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In this edition of Spotlight, we are joined by Sheffield-based artist Mark H. Wilson.   Mark Wilson knows only too well the breathtaking and hypnotic power that light has had on many artists before him. Before Mark had even begun…

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Brian Petrie – A Place in the Scottish Sun

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  This month on ‘Spotlight’ we are joined by Scotland-based artist Brian Petrie.   On any given morning, you will find Brian Petrie hard at work at his easel, elbow-deep in the luminescent sunset pinks, and deep velvety ocean greens he…

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March 2008, Make your work sell!

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March 2008 – Volume Six A very warm spring greeting to all members of The Artists Web!This is the March edition of Artists Newsletter, your monthly source of information and news. In this edition: Tips to make your work sell…

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Artists Newsletter April 2007 – Prints and Copyright

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Welcome to the latest edition of The Artists Newsletter!This week we have included a round up of news and info on The Artists Web and beyondThis week we have a couple of newsworthy items for your perusal: Image Copyright Issues…

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Jason Adamson – Evolution of the bird people

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This week we’ve been talking to painter Jason Adamson…   Part 1 – Practical Questions   1) – Do you think artists need to be able to talk about their work in order to exist? How much of this business…

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Sarah Grinsted – From the Duffle Coat Pocket

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New for 2008 The Artists Web is starting a new column named ‘spotlight’, where we will be featuring interviews with artists about themselves, their work and their inspiration. Sarah Grinsted is first in the hot seat and shares with us…

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