Archive for June, 2012

Good photographers don’t need to look Consider that a photographer took this photo.  That sort of makes me wonder if they don’t deserve it.

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We are F-ing Messy (And it brings us great amusement) It’s a performance piece titled “Artists dont really work, *wink*”.  Seriously the guy in the middle looks like he just got done demonstrating a sex act with that brush and paint can (boy is he proud).  Here is another idea for a stock photo post…artists   Read More …

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Artists Only Paint Landscapes.   Listen landscapes are fine, they just don’t define all of art-making-dom for me.  Even cavemen who had nothing but the landscape to draw inspiration from chose to focus on the deer.  Please note the woman in the top right who is painting a palm tree though her surrounding suggests Nebraska.

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Recently we sent a letter to the Art Institute.  It was a great exchange:

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Vincent van Gogh reportedly only sold one painting in his entire life.  We assume that’s because he didn’t have time while he was furiously crafting some of the best artwork this world has ever seen.  If he were alive today how might his work have been different?

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Because pearl earnings are so over.

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The Art on Track team has, after years of research, synthesized what is arguably the most valuable artwork ever (and you can have it, read on).  Behold ” Artwork  X”   Art work X is a combination of the 10 most expensive paintings ever sold.  Their combined value exceeds $1 Billion US.  Utilizing the latest   Read More …

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American Gothic, perhaps the most parodied of Artworks takes another hit today.  Sorry Grant Wood, next time put a bird on it.

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In this first installment we look at famous paintings and how they might have been done differently if painted today.  

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