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Being lost in translation can be frustrating. You don't understand something, or you lack the ability to express something, simply because you don't master a language well enough. You may know the feeling of watching a film in a language you understa...
Teaching something you love to do is a virtue. Especially when your students are very engaged in what they're doing: students that don't have to be at your class, that are there because they want to be there. What you're teaching them is going straig...
'My paintings are colorful principally due to early understanding that paintings equals color.' A rather down to earth response by Meghan Keane on why her paintings are colorful. We could end the article here, but Kean has more to add. She's been aro...
Article submitted by James Martin of The Color People The Victorians for the history of mankind had explored the farthest reaches of the known world- and often built a railroad there. They saw themselves as the culmination of all culture reaching ba...
History is important. To Louise P. Sloane, american minimalist painter, as an artist you need to contribute to dialogue of artists from the past by referring back to the masters of her roots. Her masters? Itten, Goethe but especially Albers. A lot of...
Although color is a subject that is endeared in his heart and he uses up to 200 colors in a painting, colors are not the central thing in Robert Sagerman's paintings. The process is most important and Robert hopes the viewer will look at it long...
Always look on the bright side of life! That's definitely a sensible summary of the De-Evolution chair set by Brad Ascalon, whom we met at the Moscow Design Week. The chairs look whimsical, the colors are bright. What's more: the original idea behind...
'Less is more' could be applied to Ben Marcin's photo's. The solitary houses in his photo's used to be part of a row of homes, a city block. But they wouldn't have stood out much then, especially not with brick colors. The lack of neighbouring buildi...
One photographer, three series. They're all different from each other. We first found the 'Day to Night' series by Stephen Wilkes. But in our investigation we also found his other work, and we loved it. Why stick to just the one series by the artist,...
The internet is fettered with images. Images by artists and non-artists. And anyone can see them. Penelope Umbrico is intrigued by the masses of images available on the internet. Just type in a subject in your search engine, and you'll find an abunda...

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