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Three Worlds

A famous piece may, like the Mona Lisa, be vastly overrated due to the accidents of history and fame. Or famous art may, like the Sistine Chapel, h...

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How To Create Art and Work That Lasts

There comes a time when every artist can believe that the business – whether it’s music or writing or painting or poems – is a terrib...

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St. George Killing the Dragon

Perhaps my favorite piece in the whole museum is the absolutely stunning; St. George Killing the Dragon by Bernat Martorell. Just amazing, and almost

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Three Pierrots and Harlequin

Is it a nightmare? Is it a fantasy? What the heck it is? A very famous painting of course. “Three Pierrots and Harlequin” is

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Tibetian Art

Sometimes we find beauty in unusual places. The visual images that they play as a background on this meditation gives a good example of

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The $12 Million Stuffed Shark

This is probably the best book ever written, at least that we know of, about the business of contemporary art. Loaded with great facts

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Chihuly Garden Installations

Even if you are not a fan of glass as an art form, it’s hard to see how you cannot be somewhat awed by

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The Art Museum

This is promoted as the greatest art book of all time, and it may well be. Originally listed at $200, I bought mine on

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DRAMATIC THREADS

Dramatic Threads: Textiles of Asia will showcase works that display a wide range of techniques. Different embroidery stitches may be read...

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PixCell Deer

We love PixCell deer because it is a rare combination of innovation in materials that still manages to be beautiful. So much of innovation

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