Posts Categorized: Art

Jill Stein Tops Acceptd’s Presidential Poll of Young Artists

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Acceptd, the World’s Largest Artists Network, today announced the results of its online presidential poll. Green Party Candidate Jill Stein came away with 40% of the vote, outdistancing second place Hillary Clinton by 6 percentage points. “We are honored to have the support of so many artists, and look forward to creating a society where… Read more »

Emillions Art, a Naples Art Broker, to Speak at Green Hatters Group Discussing Art as an Investment

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When it comes to investing, many consumers’ minds are immediately drawn to IRAs, stocks, bonds, and perhaps even real estate. Marlissa Gardner, owner of Emillions Art, a Naples-area art consulting firm, believes that art is an alternative form of investment that people often overlook. She discusses this very idea at an upcoming Green Hatters Group… Read more »

Things to Watch: Live Art Demos for American Craft Week at the MOUNTAIN MADE Art Gallery

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Mountain Made will present a series of Live Art Demonstrations starting Saturday, October 01, 2016 through Saturday, October 15, 2016 in their gallery located inside the historic Grove Arcade building in downtown Asheville. All of the events during American Craft Weer are FREE and open to the public. They will run from 11:00 AM until… Read more »

Metropolis Gallery Launches Greg Hildebrandt: A Restrospective Art Exhibit

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Metropolis Gallery in Manhattan hosts the first retrospective for Greg Hildebrandt, who with his late brother, Tim, is among the most revered fantasy and science fiction artists of the last fifty years. Not only will the show include some of their coveted Tolkien paintings that have never been shown before, the artist will attend the… Read more »

Israeli Artist and Rising Star, Shai Yossef, Makes Four of His Widely-Recognized Works Available

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“Sculpting” his artworks on canvas to bring social issues to the fore, artist Shai Yossef broadens his reach to a wide marketplace online.  Continually gaining recognition as the art world’s newest rising star, Yossef now shares four of his most influential pieces on Amazon.  Sold originally in oil in Australia, Germany, the USA, Austria, and… Read more »