Vote in the Anything Halloween 2017 Art Contest!

Want to get into the Halloween spirit? Check out the 276 submissions made by 154 members on my Halloween art contest on Fine Art America!

*Click on this link to vote! > Halloween contest voting link

Simply click on an image you like to vote on it.

There’s such a wide variety of styles and mediums that it’s hard to choose just one, Continue reading “Vote in the Anything Halloween 2017 Art Contest!”

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The first place winner of the July 2017 Minimalist art contest is…

Roeselien Raimond ! Congratulations! Her photograph of a seagull on the water, entitled “Empty Spaces,” illustrates how minimalist works, although simple and uncomplicated, can create an atmosphere of beauty and elegance.

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This image is © Roeselien Raimond. All rights reserved. Prints are available for purchase on Fine Art America.

Ms. Raimond has always had a fascination for art. She has worked as an art therapist and web designer, honing her artistic and creative skills. Now she puts most of her energies  Continue reading “The first place winner of the July 2017 Minimalist art contest is…”

Rembrant (1936) Film Review

I watched this film a few nights ago on TCM.

It starred Charles Laughton as Rembrandt van Rijn. The film begins at the time in his life when he was very popular & accepted in society.

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(Rembrandt van Rijn, Officers and Men of the Amsterdam Kloveniers Militia, the Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq, signed and dated ‘Rembrandt f 1642’, canvas, 363 x 438 cm, Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum)

But after the death of his wife, Rembrandt’s artwork became darker. Continue reading “Rembrant (1936) Film Review”

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