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Five Tips for Artists on Growing Their Instagrams

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

A lot of things are changing in the marketing realm, but one of the things that is not is the importance of social media (and digital marketing) for Artists. Social media makes it possible to connect with Artists (and patrons) all over the globe. A small differentiated niche can deliver tens of thousands of prospective Art buyers and supporters. 

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Upcoming Event: Cagliostro - A Haunted Exhibition

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

  Attention Midwest: something haunted your way comes February 2nd at the Rectory of Detroit, Michigan. This show is curated by one of our favorite artists, Brian Sheehan aka Legerdemain. The event is a multimedia fete of performance pieces, music, a seance, and the work of Michigan-based artists Calvin Waterman, Red Devil Made This and Legerdemain himself.     The press release includes the description as follows:  "On February 2nd, 50 years ago, Cagliostro, the great adventurer and occultist, transcended the physical plane. Leaving behind a legacy shrouded in rumor and superstition. In memoriam, his estate has been opened to the public...

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Bloodlines: The Art & Life of Vincent Castiglia Trailer, Teaser and Review

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

Bloodlines is an incredibly raw, penetrating look at the prolific Vincent Castiglia and his work with the unique medium of blood. We had the opportunity to sit down and take a look at the film last week thanks to Amazon Prime. (Yes, click the link and you too can be transported into the world of viewing pleasure either for rental or purchase of this film.)

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Nicola Samorì, Dark Baroque

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Nicola Samorì creates works of dark beauty and baroque-influenced drama. His paintings are gouged, distorted, melted, skinned and destroyed. This act of destruction is so deliberate and contrasting to the works of painterly skill beneath that it can almost be seen as violent. 

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The Symbolic Nature of Agostino Arrivabene

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Agostino Arrivabene is a masterful and visionary painter from the Italian countryside. He paints using ground pigments and many other traditional working methods that yield themselves to a timelines nature. This is a world of symbols, ancient landscapes and psychological probing that is Arrivabene's own.

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