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Bernd Hausmann at Emily Amy Gallery

On May 19th, Atlanta’s Emily Amy Gallery hosted an artist’s talk by German-born Bernd Hausmann, a Boston based painter having his first solo exhibition at the westside arts district gallery, through July 7th. The gallery’s blurb states: “The show title, Darwin’s Coral, is a … Continue reading

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Milton Resnick, painting in action.

I discovered this tonight on public TV. Resnick is superb in his evaluation of what makes a painter tick. ‘The first five minutes are the best, after that you’re in trouble’. ‘Artists have ups and downs. If you’re good, you’re … Continue reading

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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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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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