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.
Knowing the difference between good and bad art can be difficult. You can't always trust the art experts; many times it's hard to even understand them. Since I believe that it's important to make up your own mind about art, I decided to write this article to help each and every one of you judge art for yourself.
Life brings us to unexpected halts at times and we need to pause and reflect on our way forward…while we wait, we discover forgotten talents, those rooted in us waiting to burst forth. Our artist in conversation today is the lovely Kathrin Floge, speaking with her was truly refreshing as she took us on her journey through art.
Your first purchase might have been seamless. The piece spoke to you, and it seemed like a reasonable price. You mentally moved it into your foyer until it eventually came home with you with no difficulties. If you're a new collector or trying to be more proactive about your collection, there are some golden rules to buying art.