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.
Purchasing a piece of art is a commitment and when someone is about the make that choice, they will observe the painting for a long time, they will also find the small tag with the title. We will look at some ideas to keep in mind when creating titles that can help sell your works of art.
2021 was remembered as the year the Covid-19 ran riot. It was a year that required inspiration and motivation to press-on and survive. Creating a masterpiece that inspires hope during a period of suffering is an accolade that deserves the title of the best artist for the year. But who was that artist?
There are many art lovers out there, but few collectors. That's probably because becoming a 'collector' carries a sense of fear that often discourages the average art enthusiast. This article discusses 7 myths and facts which might prevent you from taking that leap of faith into becoming an art collector.