How To Avoid Common Mistakes When Pricing Your Art


As an emerging artist, it can be quite overwhelming to decide the selling price of your artwork and make it right. Bridging the gap between what you feel is your artwork’s value and what a potential buyer may be willing to pay can feel impossible, especially when you have no one else to ask for […]

Pioneering Female Artists

I’ve been absolutely terrified every moment of my life – and I’ve never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do. – Georgia O’Keeffe Pioneer — someone who is the first to explore an area, a concept, an idea. The art world — in any historical era — is fluid […]

Color Black: What It Means In Art

There’s something about black. You feel hidden away in it. – Georgia O’Keeffe Not many artists utilized the full potential of the color black, as Joan Witek did. The New York-based American artist has used the color black for life and preserved its purity in most of her artworks, most notably in The Road at Night (PS-28) (1984)and That He […]

Female Artists Who Changed The World

Feet, what do I need you for, when I have wings to fly? – Frida Kahlo We’ve all heard their names — the famous female artists that influenced generations that followed. Frida Kahlo, Georgia O’Keeffe, Louise Bourgeois, Yayoi Kusama, Rosa Bonheur, Mary Cassatt — chances are, you are at least somewhat familiar with their work […]

Women In Art Throughout History

I am not what I am, I am what I do with my hands. – Louise Bourgeois It is a fact that, historically speaking, women did not enjoy the same rights as men. Male artists were mostly free to experiment and express their creativity to their heart’s desire, while female artists were often not taken […]

The Secrets To Becoming An Art Collector

The Secrets To Art Collecting According to the Art Basel and UBS Art Market Report, the global art market has boomed recently, delivering some extraordinarily high returns. And the latest 2020 edition of the report shows global art sales was an estimated $64.1 billion in 2019, while the volume of transactions hit a decade-high of 40.5 million. […]

The Rise Of Graffiti Art

While the world grapples with fighting off coronavirus, the way we usually participate in the arts is changing. In-person gatherings at various shows and exhibitions are still impossible. However, we can still find ways to engage culturally and artistically while we respect important social distancing measures in order to stop the spread of this pandemic. […]

How To Start Your Own Art Collection

Art collecting is often related to closed circles of the super-rich ready to spend millions of dollars to acquire the coveted piece of art at Christie’s or Sotheby’s auction rooms in New York or London. Besides, contemporary works of art sold at soaring prices often fill the newspaper and magazine headlines, supporting this widespread assumption for […]

Why You Should Start Collecting Art

Many people relate art collecting to the wealthy people of high society who can afford to sit in private auctions, spend millions of dollars to buy art, just to resell these within several years when their value rises again. Although the art market has experienced an exponential increase in returns for the past decades, investing […]

The Complete Guide To Collecting Art

The idea of collecting art may stem from the decision to upgrade your lifestyle and mark a new stage in your adulthood. You may have purchased your first home and want to refine the living space with a beautiful work of art you can admire every day. On the other hand, you may have always […]

Marketing Your Virtual Art Gallery Online

When it comes to marketing a virtual art gallery, the process can be a bit more challenging to overcome than in other industries. It is the year 2020, and it isn’t easy to gain exposure without relying on the right online marketing techniques. For an artist, an effective digital marketing plan for a virtual art gallery can […]

Berthe Morisot And Radical Feminism

I would have girls regard themselves not as adjectives but as nouns. – Elizabeth Cady Stanton Everyone is familiar with the great names of the Impressionist movement — Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Édouard Manet, Edgar Degas, Alfred Sisley, and more. Many may not be aware that a woman named Berthe Morisot was one of the […]