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Art for a Cause -- Marrying Creative Passion With Conviction  
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8/25/13 Posted 8/25/13

Finding one's calling in life is truly a treasure. Monaco-born artist and activist, Vanessa Roux has had a love for animals and nature since childhood. She always had pets and played in her garden. In her teens Vanessa starting drawing the animals in her play world and later photographing what she liked in her universe. Vanessa Roux in her Monaco Atelier One day while buying a puppy in South Florida, she found out it was really from a puppy mill. The sick animal won over her heart and changed her l... [more]

The Artist Entrepreneur: How Technology is Transforming the Art World  
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10/24/12 Posted 10/24/12

Published in Forbes on 10/22/2012This article was written by Veronika Sonsev, CEO Founder of inSparq.com, an ecommerce technology company. She is also a co-founder of Women Innovate Mobile, a technology accelerator focused on female founders. Seth Godin says, “All artists are entrepreneurs. All entrepreneurs are artists.” With the advent of new technology startups like Kickstarter, Eventbrite and Artsicle, Godin’s vision is getting elevated to the next level enabling artists to take their career in... [more]

New projects from artist Erick Sánchez - September 2012 - NYC  
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9/20/12 Posted 9/20/12

 Dear friends, art lovers and collectors:Hope you’re having a great summer. I’m very pleased to share with you some exciting news about my art career and upcoming projects.*Erick Sánchez at The 2012 The Bronx Biennale of Latin American ArtMy painting and installation “I will show you fear in a handful of dust” has been selected to be part of The Bronx Biennale of Latin American Art 2012. It will take place between September 14 and November 30, 2012.The Bronx Biennale of Latin American Art is a curate... [more]

Kickstarter for my new exhibition – Genesis: Creation and Decadence  
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9/20/12 Posted 9/20/12

Three and a half years ago, I said goodbye to my family and friends and I moved from Puerto Rico to NY to pursue my dream of being a professional artist. This move was full of obstacles but within a year I was awarded a study scholarship with the artist/instructor Bruce Dorfman at Art Students League of New York.My first big project in the US was a series of large scale landscape paintings and installations entitled Dangerous Lands. At the time, there was turmoil in my life and creating these pieces h... [more]

Op-Ed: Touristy, yes but San Francisco's North Beach still has the beat Special  
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4/25/11 Posted 4/26/11

Op-Ed: Touristy, yes but San Francisco's North Beach still has the beat Special By Jonathan Farrell Digital Journal The North Beach section of San Francisco for the most part caters to tourists; complete with tour buses, souvenirs and inflated prices. Yet despite the dusty narrow streets, heavy with traffic and often litter-strewn, North Beach still has a beat, if it can be said that way. "Beat" referring to its "Beatnik" past. At least for this reporter, North Beach still has a kind... [more]

Spotlight on Opposites, Call for Artists  
Posted 2/9/11

Spotlight on OppositesUp/down, peace/war, dark/light, left/right, hot/cold, life/death – these opposites and many others like them incite much dialogue and imagery. This competition will select one emerging artist whose work deals with opposites for a 1 page article spotlighting his/her work in Visual Overture Magazine. The opposing dualities may be expressed in a variety of ways – subject matter, symbols, color combinations, audience participation, and/or other creative avenues. Deadline:... [more]

Assured growth value, Invest in art  
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1/21/11 Posted 1/21/11

    A horrendous disastrous  financial meltdown/crisis has affected mos of the civilized  world in many ways especially in finance at all levels.  Those fortunate enough to remain solvent and wish to continue buying and selling stocks and bonds, etc. became very cautious and hesitant as the majority of companies/commodities listed  on  stock market exchanges were on a losing down spin. An unwritten financial  rule of thumb became – “wait and see“.      Well Stephen Howes, living in... [more]

PER ASPERA AD ASTRA  
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9/25/10 Posted 9/25/10

  Ne propunem să vă reţinem atenţia, cu trei modalităţi inedite de expresie ale aceleiaşi idei: Raportul dintre individ şi societate, ciocnirea dintre ideal şi realitate, conflictul dintre pornirile serafice şi cele demonice ale sufletului omenesc. Avem trei demiurgi de serviciu care îşi propun să se delimiteze de lumea abruptă de care suntem înconjuraţi şi să recreeze nişte lumi alternative, lumi esenţiale cu rost şi în care sufletul să poată trăi în largul său. Artistul este un magister ludi,... [more]

Featured Emerging Artists - Winter 2010  
Posted 7/7/10

Opportunity for Emerging Artists Calling emerging artists everywhere! Visual Overture Magazine, a quarterly exhibition-in-print publication, is now accepting entries for the "Featured Emerging Artists" to be presented in the Winter 2010 issue. The juror, Dan Addington, will select 7 artists for feature in publication. Selected artists are presented on two pages of magazine and receive 3 complimentary copies of issue in which they are featured. This is an excellent opportunity for under-represen... [more]

Cristopher Stone  
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2/14/10 Posted 2/14/10

  http://www.sculptormine.com Chris Stone is considered to be one of the foremost carvers in the free style tradition developed by, among others, Henri Gaudier Brzeska. He has again broken away from the pack and has moved away from his medium sized and larger stone and marble creations to smaller table top pieces in a mix of mediums. These new pieces are all figurative and incorporate gold, silver and copper leaf in their finishings. 2010 will see them installed here at Lady Audrey's Gallery,... [more]

The range of subjects that the artist deals with today is intriguing and relevant  
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Kanta Kishore Moharana at Ashok Art Gallery December 11th, 2009 - January 11th, 2010
Posted 12/20/09

Artists are exploring new media and techniques to convince the viewer in the present day. The range of subjects that the artist deals with today is intriguing and relevant. Indian art seems to have transformed from modesty to market and the journey has been interesting too. The turning points of art here depend heavily on the attitude of the artists and what we have noticed is the increase in the intellectual input with passing time. This has carried us forward from the agreement of the narratives in... [more]

Publication Opportunity - Visual Overture Magazine  
Posted 7/8/09

Call for Entry - Publication OpportunityVisual Overture magazine is seeking submissions for the Winter 2009 edition. Emerging artists of any field are encouraged to apply. Juror selects 7 artists for feature in publication. Accepted Genres: Sculpture, Metals, Textiles, Ceramics, Photography, Mixed media, Painting, Drawing, Video art, Digital art, Printmaking, and Installations Deadline: September 30, 2009. Enter online: www.visualoverture.webs.com/artists.htm   [more]

Publication Opportunity - Visual Overture Magazine  
Posted 7/8/09

Call for Entry - Publication OpportunityVisual Overture magazine is seeking submissions for the Winter 2009 edition. Emerging artists of any field are encouraged to apply. Juror selects 7 artists for feature in publication. Accepted Genres: Sculpture, Metals, Textiles, Ceramics, Photography, Mixed media, Painting, Drawing, Video art, Digital art, Printmaking, and Installations Deadline: September 30, 2009. Enter online: www.visualoverture.webs.com/artists.htm [more]

Show some love!  
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1/19/09 Posted 1/19/09

Hi, I'm new on this network, and love it!  I can't wait to meet new friends and network with you guys! Leoni [more]

Fernando Carpaneda Extreme Sculptor at NYCTV  
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6/3/08 Posted 6/3/08

nyctv.com - Brazilian born Fernando Carpaneda is an incredible clay sculptor. His themes are of the human form in its normal activities. Let me put it in his own words: I make portraits of rent boys, punks, junkies, thieves and outcasts... Instead of attaching myself to muses. Check out some wild sculptures. http://www.nyctv.com/web/node/42 [more]


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