Category: Art

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How Fast does Acrylic Paint Dry?

The drying time for acrylic paint varies from brand to brand as some are formulated to have a longer working time. But with ‘normal’ acrylics, it can be only a few minutes before acrylic paint is dry after you’ve squeezed it out,

Famous Abstract Artists that Every Art Lover should Know of

It has been more than a century that abstract art artists have emerged as a name in the world of online art and offline art. These artists have caused a revolution and many debates all around the world. However, no

The 8 Elements of Composition in Art

Composition is the term used to describe the arrangement of the visual elements in a painting or other artwork. It is how the Elements of Art and Design – line, shape, color, value, texture, form, and space – are organized or composed

How to Interpret Abstract Art

People often misunderstand abstract art because they are looking for something real and concrete with which they can identify. It is natural to try to name and make sense of what we experience and perceive in the world, so pure

Van Gogh Museum Suggests Artist’s Last Painting Has Long Been Misidentified

Experts argue that the abstract “Tree Roots” is a more likely candidate than the oft-cited “Wheatfield With Crows” It’s easy to see why many art lovers are quick to identify “Wheatfield With Crows” as Vincent van Gogh’s last painting: From

Fishes Were Julie Packard’s Wishes for Her New Smithsonian Portrait

National Portrait Gallery unveils a painting honoring the renowned ocean conservationist and director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium hen ocean conservationist Julie Packard was looking over a near-complete version of her likeness, soon to be hung in the Smithsonian’s National

Wealth Is a Strong Predictor of Whether an Individual Pursues a Creative Profession

A sweeping survey of 160 years of U.S. demographic data suggests individuals from wealthy families are more likely to pursue careers in creative fields than those from lower-income households. As Karol Jan Borowiecki, an economist at the University of Southern Denmark,

Six of the World’s Most Spectacular Sculpture Parks

From New York to Norway, these galleries without walls all debut new exhibitions this spring and summer Spring is well underway and summer is quickly approaching. Fortunately, you don’t have to choose between getting some fresh air and viewing renowned

Curator Will Plant 299 Trees in a Stadium to Make Statement on Climate Change

After the installation closes, the makeshift forest will be relocated to a public space, where it will remain accessible as a ‘living forest sculpture’ A large-scale public art installation scheduled to go on view in the Austrian city of Klagenfurt

Iris Scott, the World’s First Professional Finger-Painter, Launches NYC Show

While the artist isn’t the first to use finger painting in her work, she is the first to dedicate her career to the technique Iris Scott’s works are known for incorporating as many as 100 pigments in their exploration of