Tag Archives: Painting

Inspiration – Banksy’s Art for the People

While I have had the privilege of visiting many big cities and exploring them, I have yet to actually live in one, excepting the few years I spent in Seattle during my undergraduate studies. Perhaps this is why graffiti still … Continue reading

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Inspiration – The Passion of Gustav Klimt

I first became aware of Gustav Klimt and his work when I was in 10th grade. I had decided to switch my language classes from French, a language I found frankly boring and far more difficult than necessary, to German. … Continue reading

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Inspiration – Jack Vettriano and the Beauty in Beasts

Visual art is a particularly ambiguous and inclusive form of human expression. Images can bridge gaps that language, time, and geography create. To a certain extent, visual art is about the universality of human experience in a way few other … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Storytellers Who Paint

My family has always been a museum family. As a child I remember that our outings included trips to museums five times as often as they did shopping or going to the movies. Vacations were filled with visits to aquariums, … Continue reading

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