Strong skills in looking at artwork are essential for any art lover. Using our eyes is second nature to many of us, yet we still miss so many things. Here are strategies for getting more out of your art viewing experiences.
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A tight budget doesn't have to mean a life without art. There are some places that you can enjoy works of art in person for free or at least at a discount.
I recently polled my Facebook friends about their burning art-related questions. I got four great questions, for which I hope I gave four good answers. Do you have an art question you want answered? Let me know in the comments! Question: Why do Greek and Roman gods always appear naked? Answer: Different cultures and religions… Continue reading Ask the Scholarly Skater
Here are eleven reasons to give art appreciation a try.
The first step in turning yourself into a bona-fide art connoisseur is learning how to look. While this might sound obvious, actively looking at what's in front of you isn't always easy. Fortunately, close looking is easy to learn and doesn't require any specialized knowledge. Here are a few things to keep in mind when looking at works… Continue reading Art Appreciation 101: How to Look