Subaquatic and submarine art museums

Subaquatic and Submarine Art Museums

Recently I wrote a post about art in space. Something about the idea of sending art somewhere so vast and unexplored is intriguing. A couple of recent museum openings have…

Do digital sales scare away older collectors?

Do Digital Sales Scare Away Older Collectors? | Pandemic Trends in Art News

Do digital sales scare away older collectors? And might they be key for encouraging Millenials to become the next generation of art buyers? With the recent changes brought on by…

Crew Dragon puts art in space

Art in Space | Eaton’s Human Kind and SpaceX

The recent success of the SpaceX Crew Dragon’s launch has been an exciting development for the American space program. After nine years without launching manned space crafts from the United…

Plein Air Oil Painter Claire Remsberg

Claire Remsberg | Artist Feature

A passion for exploration drives plein air oil painter Claire Remsberg. Whether she’s boating, wandering in the wilderness, or letting a painting unfold naturally in front of her, Remsberg is…

Face masks and other precautions as art museums reopen

Art Museums Reopen with Precautions

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is leading the way as large art museums reopen in the United States. But with continuing concerns about the pandemic, the experience might be…

Batik artist Cindy Wilson in her studio

Cindy Wilson | Artist Feature

Batik artist Cindy Wilson begins each day by seeking new inspiration in nature. After eating breakfast, she strolls around her property in the idyllic farming community of Elkton, Florida, just…

Writing artist biography

Artist Biography Basics | Creating an Effective Bio

With all of the current shutdowns and economic worries, some artists are putting off plans for shows and approaching galleries. If you’re in that boat, you might be wondering what…

Celebrate The Met on International Museum Day

International Museum Day | A Tribute to Art Museums

Today is International Museum Day. Art museums around the world may be temporarily closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, but thinking back on my past art museum experiences reminds me how…

Textiles feature prominently in the art vs. craft debate.

Art vs. Craft | Exhibition Questions the Nature of Art

What makes a hand-made object a piece of art vs. craft? Recently, I read Art in America’s review of “The Unknown Artist.” Curated by Lucy Cotter, this exhibition at Portland’s…

Romanian reversed glass artist Cornelia Tersanszki

Cornelia Tersanszki | Artist Feature

Cornelia Tersanszki was living in her hometown on the coast of the Black Sea in Constanța, Romania when a televised interview changed her life. The interviewee was renowned Romanian artist…