Aartzest presents a modern twist to conventional blog entries, covering multiple topics, from art critiques and commentary to insider art world gossip, art fairs, auction results, art news, personal essays, portfolios, interviews, artists' journals, art marketing advice and artist biographies.
This forum can also be used to reach out to everyone with an interest in art. Let it be painting, sculpture, printmaking, creative photography, video art, conceptual art or new media. In this way, it could be frequented not only for the experts of different forms of art, but also collectors, enthusiasts, and reviewers.
The art market can seem daunting, with reserved entry for those with millions to spend. But the truth is that everyone can enjoy buying and owning art in an affordable way. Whether you are looking to acquire art for decorative purposes, as an investment or for the love and passion for art, building a strong collection requires time and knowledge
Our artist in conversation today is Iren Krum, a wonderful lady from Bulgaria who, on her own impacted the world of art. Speaking with her is very inspiring. At a time when most create art to satisfy the world, Iren is an inspiration to all of us. We are so privileged to present this interview today!
During the course of history, the way artists have painted and the mediums they have used have evolved. With new technology and changing tastes mean the paints used by artists have diversified. As an artist, it is important to know the right type of paint required for your artwork. Today we take a look at some of them!