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.
Pursuing a passion is never easy, there will be many obstacles along the way. But enduring them and striving for victory is what keeps us focused. Our artist in conversation is one individual who combines two professions beautifully, an Artist and a Doctor; Shanaka Kulathunga. A figurative, realistic painter. We are thrilled to bring this interview today.
Paul Gauguin is a French post-impressionist, who travelled to Tahiti in 1890's with the intention of reviving his work by adapting into a society which he believed to be free of western influence. The creation is very colorful, a mix of vibrant yellows, red, green and blue. The painting shows two Tahitian women seated on the ground.
Making a career changing isn't always easy. You get complacent and sometimes refuse to think beyond the comfort zone. Accepting that you have a knack for design or art, can be quite incredible. What you need is a solid foundation and an action plan, and we believe the following tips will help you!