Everyone has a “might have been” story. Don’t let the greatest art of your life go unfinished.
Joe Doe shares the therapeutic way he painted his way out of a funk and freed his soul. — TASK #40 By the Numbers Art, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere. G.K. Chesterton One day I woke up and sat on the edge of the bed. I was in a bad place. […]
The Craftsman asks us to craft our lives with careful attention to detail and not merely float through them.
Elvis Alves reflects on darker aspects of human nature in this ekphrastic (based on a piece of visual art) poem.
Cutting in ceilings and walls with no tape can save a lot of time and money!
Dean Kostos brings together Abstract Expressionism and the beauty of the male form.
Painting your front door doesn’t sound that difficult, does it?
The environment I am a part of is draining me. I find that the amount of productivity I experience in a shared, community creation space is much more powerful than any times I try to work from home.
A charming blog explores the diverse expression of how cute men are.
Artist Myah Sundvall explores the boundary of Art, Erotic Art, and Pornography and Alex Yarde invites readers along.
The great painter gets the Xe Sands treatment in this week’s installment of “Going Public.”
A lover of the arts worries about the notion of his own children as starving artists.
Artist Kyle Lambert proves he has more talent in one finger than the rest of us could ever hope for.
Swedish artist’s photo realistic paintings are funny, poignant.
When was the last time you painted? Or played in the mud? Chances are, it’s been years.