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How I Supercharged My Art Career Laurie Humble Visual Artist  Ever felt like you were just in a rut? I sure have.  I worked in watercolor for many years and loved,loved,loved it! I was excited by the challenge of the medium. The sense of depth I could create through the slow build up transparent layers and natural glow which comes from utilizing the white of the paper for your lightest lights was thrilling. I made a plan and I worked it. The height of that plan was to publish a watercolor instruction book. My book Watercolor Depth & Realism was...

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                 Consider                     art prints on paper. Smaller prints can be a great value. You can find almost anything as a print, from the new works of individual artists to old masters to inspirational quotes, and they are very affordable.  Shop Now Try purchasing an inexpensive frame that comes with a pre-cut mat the next size larger than your print. The mat opening should fit your print.  Shop Now Not only does it enhance the look of the image, but you also have a larger...

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Is bigger better? We have taken the guess work out of choosing the perfect size for your space.

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Most pieces of visual art can be put in one of three basic categories; Non-Objective, Abstract or Representational. Lots of people erroneously believe that anything that is not representational is by default, abstract. Not so.

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All art is completely subjective. So, how do you know if it’s good? Before you can answer this question, you need to know why you want to buy.

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