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32 blogs about Art.

  1. Aesthetics for Birds
    “An aesthetics and philosophy of art blog for a general audience: theories, terms, art and cultural criticism, interviews, roundtables, news.” By Alex King, et al. 🇺🇸

    Nose to the Rhinestone: The Authenticity of Country Music’s Sparkling Suits
    How can the country singer's rhinestone suit be truly authentic if it's not what cowboys or farmers would actually wear? Continue reading → The post Nose to the Rhinestone: The Authenticity of Country Music’s Sparkling …
    By Aesthetics for Birds, 53 words

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  2. ART and ARCHITECTURE, mainly
    “History, art history and architecture of Britain & Empire, Europe, Mediterranean & North America, 1640-1940.” By Hels. 🇦🇺

    T.B, family secrecy, involuntary lockup and treatments
    Hilltop TB Sanatorium, Verona, 1907myveronanjThe first modern sanatorium for treating tuberculosis was the Royal Sea Bathing Infirmary for Scrofula, founded by a Quaker physician in Margate in 1791. Built for 36 patients and later expanded, …
    By Hels, 979 words

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  3. Artmaker Blog
    “At Share Festival we always want to know how technology art is made, and the best ways to make it.” By Bruce Sterling. 🇮🇹

    Lamina1 and its metaverse
    Lamina1, co-founded by Snow Crash author Neal Stephenson, announced its first partners in an early access program to develop an open metaverse ecosystem. Lamina1 is a Layer 1 blockchain optimized for the open metaverse. More: …
    By Bruce Sterling, 168 words

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  4. | James Bridle
    “The blog of James Bridle: art, literature, and the network, since 2006.” 🇬🇷

    Gleanings, January 2023
    Seagrass conservation is critical for mitigating climate change due to the large stocks of carbon they sequester in the seafloor. However, effective conservation and its potential to provide nature-based solutions to climate change is hindered …
    By James Bridle, 982 words

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  5. Brendan Dawes
    “collected thoughts, processes and observations made during the course of making things.” 🇬🇧

    A scene from one of three works I’m working on right now. Having a lot of fun. 
    19 words

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  6. the cassandra pages
    “An artist, graphic designer, writer and publisher.” By Elizabeth Adams. 🇨🇦

    Cassandra at Twenty
    Today this blog celebrates its twentieth anniversary. I almost forgot, because I was focused on it being the first day of spring: an event we're eagerly anticipating up here but about which there's been precious …
    By Beth, 790 words

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  7. Cendrine Marrouat - Artist
    “A poet, photographer, multi-genre author, fiction writer, co-founder of Auroras & Blossoms, and creator of literary forms.” 🇨🇦

    The Visual Prompt Series (7)
    Welcome to another instalment of my Visual Prompt Series! Once a week, I share an image that, I hope, will inspire your writing. Today’s visual prompt Imagine being the hiker or traveler in this image. …
    By Cendrine Marrouat, 59 words

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  8. Colossal
    “Art, design, and visual culture.” By Christopher Jobson, Grace Ebert, et al. 🇺🇸

    A Traditional Ukrainian House Outlines a Home Away from Home in Antarctica
    All images © Balbek Bureau, shared with permission. Production supported by Wonder Workshop and Silpo Off the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula within an expansive archipelago sits the island of Galindez where the Ukrainian …
    By Kate Mothes, 456 words

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  9. Contemporary Art Daily
    “New art exhibitions and performances from around the world are published every day on our website and in our newsletter.” 🇺🇸

    Tunji Adeniyi-Jones at Morán Morán
    February 7 – March 25, 2023
    11 words

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  10. Daniel Sroka Open Studio
    “I am a fine art nature photographer, and these are my reflections on making art: the inspiration, the process, and the business.” 🇺🇸

    Reflecting on a bad review
    Both of my kids are creatives, and one rule I have taught them is to ignore reviews. Good ones, bad ones, they don’t matter. Create what you feel you want to create, and then let …
    By Daniel Sroka, 988 words

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  11. Doug McCune - Data Artist
    “I'm an Oakland artist who embraces data exploration and map making in an attempt to come to terms with the chaos of urban environments.” 🇺🇸

    Camp Fire Progression
    Iron, bronze, 2022 This iron and bronze sculpture maps the movement of the Camp Fire that destroyed the town of Paradise, California in November 2018. It’s a map of the fire perimeter, with the majority …
    By Doug, 433 words

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  12. Drawing Matter
    “Exploring the role of drawing in architectural thought and practice.” 🇬🇧

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    By Matthew Page, 20 words

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  13. Dull Tool Dim Bulb
    “Jim Linderman blog about surface, wear, form and authenticity in self-taught art, outsider art, antique american folk art, antiques and photography.” 🇺🇸

    Folk Art Pole full of Cowboy Culture.
    Early snapshot of an unusual pole full of cowboy carvings! Unknown location Collection Jim Linderman
    By Dull Tool Dim Bulb, 22 words

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  14. { feuilleton }
    “A journal by artist and designer John Coulthart.” 🇬🇧

    Gandalf’s Garden magazine
    Issue One. It’s taken a while but this short-lived underground magazine has finally been scanned and posted online. (It’s actually been available since 2019 but I only just discovered it.) Gandalf’s Garden was a small …
    By John, 600 words

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    “the making of, by greg allen.” 🇺🇸

    You Had One Job, Hindu Poet Sankar
    Florine Stettheimer, Studio Party (or Soirée), 1917-1919, 28 x 30 in., collection Yale University Art Gallery In her 1995 biography of Florine Stettheimer Barbara Bloemink identifies everyone the artist put in this painting of a …
    By greg, 519 words

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  16. Gurney Journey
    “This daily weblog by Dinotopia creator James Gurney is for illustrators, plein-air painters, sketchers, comic artists, animators, art students, and writers.” 🇺🇸

    'I'm Done with Girls on Rocks.'
    After painting dozens of successful calendar illustrations, Maxfield Parrish felt that his subjects were getting stale, and he wanted to paint pure landscapes for his own pleasure."I'm done with girls on rocks," Parrish said in …
    By James Gurney, 217 words

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  17. House of Mysticum
    “Atlanta Surrealist Group.” 🇺🇸

    Exquisite Corpse
    players: T, AM, JF, SC, HC
    By houseofmysticum, 8 words

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  18. James Russell
    “I write in a personal, entertaining way about 20th century British artists, including Ravilious & Paul Nash, & about the places that inspired them.” 🇬🇧

    Soutine | Kossoff opening soon at Hastings Contemporary!
    The prolonged lack of activity on this site is due, not to laziness as you might think, but to me having been working flat out on the exhibition opening at the end of next week …
    By James Russell, 76 words

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  19. Jonathan Griffin
    “Criticism and essays on art and culture.” 🇺🇸

    Don Bachardy
    Beyond the French windows in Don Bachardy’s Santa Monica portrait studio, a canyon studded with white-painted houses, palm trees, pines and eucalyptus tumbles down to the gleaming blue Pacific Ocean. It’s the kind of view …
    By Jonathan Griffin, 58 words

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  20. Kansas City Painter Michael Schliefke
    “Displays the work of Kansas City Painter Michael Schliefke, paintings, drawings, art events and art classes.” 🇺🇸

    Sailing Away : New Paintings
    The post Sailing Away : New Paintings appeared first on Schliefkevision - Paintings & Art Classes. ‘Sailing Away’ is a show of new oil paintings takes place on April 14th and 15th at the Schliefkevision …
    By Michael Schliefke, 93 words

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