Tag Archives: Decorative art

Get Qualified! The Master Of Fine Arts

Education seems to be everything in the First World today, and with good reason because it makes us all knowledgeable and better equipped to face the world of work

Fine Art As We Know It

Fine art is undoubtedly a genre and an accepted specialized area in the arts today and has been for some time. There are museums all over the world filled to the rafters with fine art,

Abstract Art And The Spirit 1

It has been a long and raging arguement that the abstract expressionists of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s were very busy contemplating their own navels and trying to find the “zen” in everything they did.

I would argue that they were in fact just one very important example of the hungry sleep-drugged soul seeking a way to be heard. However, many artsists of those times, and indeed today, would flatly deny anything remotely to do with spiritual things – or worse still – religious things.

Garden wall Art

Having an exquisite landscape without garden wall art is as worthless as a Romeo without his Juliet. Paying careful attention to detail has always been the key factor of many an artist’s success

Asian Wall ART

It is a well known fact that while Europe was busy finding and conquering new worlds, asia was looking more towards human existence and meaning. Asia is known to be a continent where people, cultures

Tree Wall ART

Tree wall art is any form of art that depicts trees and other flora. Sometimes it can also depict flora such as birds. The popularity of tree wall art

5 Tips For Shooting Winter Landscapes.

Some of us, regardless how harsh the weather gets, will brave the tough elements in search of the crisp winter light. Planning well in advance will help make your trip more enjoyable.

The Art Lover and the Art Collector

The Art Lover and the Art Collector

Are you an art collector or an art lover? You might say, well, what’s the difference? We can probably say with some certainty that most art collectors are art lovers. But we can also say that not all art lovers are art collectors.

Would the difference be that art lovers may enjoy seeing great art and taking trips to museums as a priority part of their private lives but they don’t buy art? But surprisingly, whether or not one buys are or not is not the distinction. Many art lovers buy certain pieces of art but would not really be considered a collector just as someone may have a few interesting stamps around but that doesn’t make him or her a serious stamp collector.

Learn To Draw People

Drawing human figures is considered to be the most difficult for artists to do. This is because there is no generic way of drawing it. The human figure is unique for each and every one. Hence creating a replica via pen and paper could be complex.