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    David Hockney's IPad Flowers Bloom in Paris

    David Hockney's IPad Flowers Bloom in Paris
    PARIS— David Hockney has long been among the most vociferous proponents of the iPad, using it to compose daily pictures of fleurs fraîches or fresh flowers that zoomed through cyberspace and into the inboxes of his friends. Until recently, however, these digital drawings were available only for the private enjoyment of a select few. Now, a longstanding friendship with Pierre Bergé ...
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    December 2010 ArtBistro Gallery

    This December we wanted to pick images for our monthly gallery that symbolize the spirit, warmth and wonder of the holiday season. We didn't have to look far as many of these images and designs were right under our noses already in all of your portfolios! Thanks for helping us to celebrate the holidays! First Selection: Hollyberry → [page] Red ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rated: +17
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    Answers to the "What's Your Famous Paintings IQ?

    Answers to the "What's Your Famous Paintings IQ?
    ArtBistro created the What's Your Famous Paintings IQ? quiz to test how much you know about paintings. We listened to your feedback and are providing the answers so you can learn from the quiz. Don't cheat! If you haven't taken the "What's Your Famous Paintings IQ?" quiz yet, go take it first. See answers on the next page... [page] 1) Leonardo ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Authorities Crack Forgery Ring that Infiltrated Museums Worldwide

    Authorities Crack Forgery Ring that Infiltrated Museums Worldwide
    COLOGNE, Germany— With the recent arrest of Wolfgang and Helene Beltracchi, prosecutors in Cologne believe they have broken up a forgery ring of breathtaking skill and duplicity. The couple is accused of forging as many as 35 Expressionist paintings that made their way to London and Paris, with the total sum of the damages estimated at over €15 million ($21 million). ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Movember Gallery

    It's like a bow-tie for your lip. Welcome to our first ever Movember Art Gallery. For those of you who are new to this tradition, Movember is an annual month-long event involving the growing of mustaches during the month of November. The event is claimed to have been invented in 1999 by group of Australian men from Adelaide. In 2004, ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Featured Member: Genie Espinosa

    Sha-La-La! by Genie EspinosaForget about when pigs fly! These pigs are freewheeling through their days. Meet Genie Espinosa: Genie is a young illustrator and designer living in Spain (not the jolly swine off to the left). Her whimsical drawings and sketches show animals of all shapes and sizes dining, biking and promenading. Her dream is to be a children's book ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    10 Best Art Books of the Year

    10 Best Art Books of the Year
    Personal stories of hardship, suffering, and artistic discovery dominate the list of the best art books of the year, which analyze and celebrate reigning figures in film, painting, music, and art collecting. Click on any book to be taken directly to Amazon for purchase. Another Fine Mess: A History of American Film Comedy. By Saul Austerlitz. 2010. Chicago Review, paper, $24.95 ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Google CEO to Launch Online Art Sales Site Art.sy

    Google CEO to Launch Online Art Sales Site Art.sy
    NEW YORK— Having covered the physical world with an art empire encompassing 10 galleries around the globe, Larry Gagosian has taken the next logical step — he's gone virtual, teaming with Google CEO Eric Schmidt, Russian heiress Dasha Zhukova, Wendi Murdoch (wife of Rupert), and others to roll out a personalized online fine-art emporium. Called Art.sy, the brand new company was ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Solo Show: Skulluxe

    Skulluxe by Dan SpringerWelcome to a place where geishas and skull emperors rule the world. Meet Dan Springer: a freelance Art Director and Illustrator from Toronto. We've chosen to feature work from his album Skulluxe this month as part of our ongoing Solo Show series. Dan oftentimes starts with a clever doodle and then creates a painting. You can see ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +6
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    Featured Member: Skulluxe

    Featured Member: Skulluxe
    Name: Dan Springer On ArtBistro: Skulluxe (friend me!) Website: http://www.skulluxe.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dan-Springer-SKULLUXE/234387667902 Location: Toronto What is your art/design profession? Freelance Art Director/Illustrator What was your career path leading up to your current profession/title? I started out when Macs first came out, using a stat camera and wax layouts, then just kept bettering my positions by moving to new positions and new ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Urban Landscape Composite Gallery at Fowler Museum

    Urban Landscape Composite Gallery at Fowler Museum
    The UCLA Fowler Museum is currently exhibiting “Street Art: Photographic Elevations of Los Angeles, Paris and Berlin by Larry Yust,” which explores the often over-looked art form, graffiti, within these three prominent cities. For the past eight years, filmmaker and photographer Larry Yust has been capturing images of urban landscapes and compositing anywhere from 70-80 photographic images to create, what he ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Do You Fit the "Creative Person" Typecast?

    Do You Fit the "Creative Person" Typecast?
    It's easy, on days when former President Bush is defending decisions like the use of waterboarding and the war in Iraq to feel a bit, well, down about this whole business of being an American. Thankfully, David Brooks has injected a dose of optimism into an otherwise dreary day. The New York Times columnist writes about how the 21st century will ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Turning Your Bike Into a Paintbrush

    When the Brooklyn-based designers Pepin Gelardi and Teresa Herrmann entered a competition to design a bike accessory that would draw new cyclists, they began by examining the reasons people avoided riding. “The number one barrier to entry was that people felt unsafe and outnumbered by cars,” Gelardi says. “We wanted to create a device that proved to potential cyclists that ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Upcycled Houses Built from Old Shipping Containers, Plastic Bottles, and Trash

    In cities around the world, people have discovered some great potential in everyday items which normally make their way to the junkyard. Thanks to these innovators, enormous shipping containers, used bottles, picture frames, and even cork pieces have found new life as the building blocks for homes, office spaces, and other structures. Here's a look at some places which have us ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Smithsonian Explores Impact of Gays on Art History

    Smithsonian Explores Impact of Gays on Art History
    WASHINGTON - When artist Jasper Johns was mourning the end of his relationship with Robert Rauschenberg, he took one of his famous flag paintings, made it black, and dangled a fork and spoon together from the top. Hidden symbols in Johns' "In Memory of My Feelings," tell part of story, curators said. Color from the relationship is gone. A fork and ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Featured Member: Jason Metcalf

    Featured Member: Jason Metcalf
    Name: Jason Metcalf On ArtBistro: jasonmetcalf (friend me!) Website: http://www.jasonmetcalf.com Location: Provo, UT What is your art/design profession? I make art (photos, web-based work, videos, performances, sculptures, drawings), am on the board of a non-profit art center (the Central Utah Art Center), and am a freelance web and graphic designer and photographer. What was your career path leading up to your ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Jason's Curated Gallery

    We've asked our newest Featured Member, Jason Metcalf, to curate a gallery for us. See what he's liking on ArtBistro right now. ArtBistro is a really interesting site. It's a place where artists can come and network and share their work with one another. Although it is a specific community of people with similar interests, it can still have an ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
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    November 2010 ArtBistro Gallery

    Welcome to this month's ArtBistro gallery. This month, we've selected images from users' albums that showcases the bountiful, fresh and fruitful season of Thanksgiving. From flowers to food, this gallery makes us wish we lived on a farm and could harvest our own fresh ingredients all year long. We hope you enjoy this as much as we do and have ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +8
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    Gallery of Oil Paintings in HD, What's Real?

    "Milk Girl," by Diego Gravinese, is a traditional oil on canvas. It's been nearly 80 years since the critic and philosopher Walter Benjamin wrote "The Work of Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction," in which he explored the void left by our ability to create photographic representations of images, which he felt lacked the aura or originality of the artist's ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    The Guggenheim Selects the 25 Most Creative Web Videos

    Video art has long been collected and exhibited by museums. But the concept of curating web videos—pieces made for viewing online—is not the art of choice for most museum walls. That's why the YouTube Play: A Biennial of Creative Video is so exciting. It not only acknowledges the craft of these worthy artists and designers, but also recognizes the virality ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This

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