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Selling art online for new artists

New artists can find it difficult to start selling their art for many reasons . There are 2 options which I would recommend for anyone trying to sell their art .First of all artists should contact local and online galleries to showcase their work . Each gallery can offer something different so it is important to speak to a wide range of businesses.

New Bob Dylan exhibition in Denmark

Interest continues to grow in the art of Bob Dylan with the announcement of a new exhibition of his work in Denmark next year . Dylan has always painted but he has never promoted his art to this extent. He painted the cover of one of his albums , Self Portrait . Nearly 100 pieces, will include some works that have never been seen before, including 30 large-format acrylic paintings

Jack Vettriano reveals new paintings

Jack Vettriano seems to have been inspired by the Riviera in France . He has announced a new set of 10 paintings based on the Clyde-built Tuiga – the flagship of the Yacht Club of Monaco .”Most people are stuck at the end of Berwick Pier doing landscapes and so to get invited to be involved with the Tuiga centenary was just lovely. Sometimes I just have to pinch myself and ask, ‘Is this really going on? Am I really here?’ . The paintings include The Masthead , Sunshine and Champagne, Mystery Man, Ship of Dreams and Below Deck.

Rare paintings restored at Trinity House

Two rare paintings are back on display at Trinity House maritime museum in Leith after essential conservation work.
The Trinity House collection includes four paintings by Sir Henry Raeburn. Most notable is a portrait of Admiral Duncan, who led the British fleet to victory against the Dutch at the Battle of Camperdown in 1797. This critical engagement in the Napoleonic wars made the admiral a national hero. Trinity House awarded him the Freedom of the Incorporation and commissioned Raeburn to paint his portrait for the walls of their headquarters.

Photogold featured artist – Suzan Wolters

Suzan Wolters .Suzan is a full time artist and has been for the past 25 years. Suzan:”My love for working in clay is one of my most vivid childhood memories, I have been growing up with paint and clay, it was almost inevitable that I was being drawn to dedicate my live sculpting and painting. From my early twenties up to now I have been sculpting and painting, at first reproductions of antique dolls in porcelain, after that I sculpted infants in polymer clay and later my well known and recognizable happy plus-size woman in their full form. I have always been enchanted with sculpts and paintings of big woman, in particulair happy ones, they are often so much more buoyant and graceful than thinner…

Damien Hirst sale beats the credit crunch

Damien Hirst’s new auction of art works has broken all the estimates to bring in a record total of £70.5m ($125m), with still more works for sale.Hirst has proved that the credit crunch has had no effect at the top end of the art market . His auction has caused a feeding frenzy amongst dealers and collectors . The British artist has used the auction house Sotheby’s instead of the traditional art dealer. It is the first time an artist has sold a substantial body of work this way. Sotheby’s say the sale has set a new record for a sale dedicated to one artist. The works for sale include The Golden Calf – a bull in a tank of formaldehyde, with its head crowned…

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