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Neoteric Art Interview

Norbert Marszalek and William Dolan offer a series of interviews with artists on their blog, including a recent one with me. Go to Neoteric Art for the full interview. Thanks, Norbert!

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Print Society… and Etsy makes the NY Times

I discovered a new online art site that is elegantly sophisticated in its interface and look. Cleaner and more spare than most of the sites I’ve seen devoted to art or for that matter, any retail,  Sahadeva Hammari helped to design … Continue reading

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Interview with Loren Munk

I first met Loren, aka his reportage alias James Kalm, online. In fact I’ve only corresponded with him online. But I feel as though I know him through his video reviews of the NYC arts scene. As James Kalm, he … Continue reading

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Neoteric Art

I recently discovered Neoteric Art, a blog out of Chicago written by two painters, William Dolan and Norbert Marszalek. They conduct thoughtful online interviews on their site. This one is excerpted from one with the painter and printmaker Diane Thodos, … Continue reading

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Working for the muse

I conducted a poll in one of Etsy’s forums yesterday to try to find out how many people were actually making a living with their paintings, sculpture or printmaking on the site or through other online endeavors. Surprisingly, about half … Continue reading

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