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Religious Art: History and Techniques

Religious Art: History and Techniques

Religious art tells a story featuring deeper meaning hidden between the brush strokes and sharp edges of paintings, sculptures, and other forms of art. Faith has always created a feeling of mystery with stories of higher beings possessing powers beyond ...

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Most Anticipated Museum Exhibitions This Fall

Most Anticipated Museum Exhibitions This Fall

Those looking for great museum exhibitions to visit this fall are in luck because we have compiled a short list of the most anticipated art shows on display. 1. “William Blake: The Artist” at Tate Britain in London “William Blake: ...

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Robert Montgomery’s Art Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

Robert Montgomery’s Art Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

The Scottish-born artist Robert Montgomery has a way with words, writing poems that send powerful messages and using techniques like lights and fire to engrain them into the memory. Unlike many artists, he belongs to no category, breaking the molds ...

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Tata Khachatryan’s New Mono-Performance to Make Its Debut This Fall

Tata Khachatryan’s New Mono-Performance to Make Its Debut This Fall

The name of Tata Khachatryan is already well-known to all connoisseurs of performative art and Russian cinematography. The talented Russian actress has an impressive track record of participation in the theatrical plays, musicals, and films. Frequent attendees of the St. ...

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Alexei Vasiliev: A Phenomenon in Contemporary Russian Art

Alexei Vasiliev: A Phenomenon in Contemporary Russian Art

Contemporary art is vibrant, affluent, dynamic, and at times perplexing, but in all cases deeply enchanting, opening the hidden shades of reality as seen by the extraordinary, creative minds. The same may be surely said about contemporary Russian art of Alexei ...

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Abstract Expressionism as Part of Post-War American Art

Abstract Expressionism as Part of Post-War American Art

Art offers a unique glance into the past. As you study art pieces through a historical lens, you are given a small piece of the artist’s sentiment and possibly the country in which they lived and worked. Post-war American art ...

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The Fort Smith Fine Arts Museum: Togetherness through Creativity

The Fort Smith Fine Arts Museum: Togetherness through Creativity

A group of university women with a passion for the preservation of art founded the idea behind the space known today as the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum back in 1948. Construction of this fine arts museum began in 1960. ...

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Verita Amare Et – A Multimedia Artist of New Kind

Verita Amare Et – A Multimedia Artist of New Kind

The world knows many multi-sided personalities with various talents, but Veronika Medvedeva known under a creative pseudonym Verita Amare Et deserves a special place on the Olympus of Russian talents. Born in 1987 in Rostov-na-Donu, this young multimedia artist revealed her ...

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Eva Mayer: The New Trending Russian Poet

Eva Mayer: The New Trending Russian Poet

Poetry is back in style, and the Russian contemporary art is booming with new talents like Sola Monova, Ah Astakhova, and Es Esiya, as well as the recently discovered talent quickly gaining ground in the Russian show business – Vasya ...

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Is It Easy or Hard to Ship Oil Paintings?

Is It Easy or Hard to Ship Oil Paintings?

Most museums and galleries across the globe organize traveling exhibitions. Works of art are regularly transported from city to city, from country to country. That is why one of the essential issues for artwork owners is shipping safety. This is ...

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