Painting meets sculpture with a helpful push from technology: the Tilt Brush, coming soon from Google, lets you paint in three dimensions in virtual reality. You can even make room-sized creations and walk around them. This should be very, very cool — let us know if you get one, so we can play experiment with this new art form.
Unless you like playing Jackson Pollock at teatime, you’re probably not a fan of drippy teapots. And, it can be a bit of a mystery why some teapots drip when poured and others pour cleanly. But one scientist has answered the question of how to make the perfect spout. Check it out, ceramicists!
It’s never too late to become an artist! The Art League is full of artists who only began their art practice later in life, after (or during) a career in a different field. Add to their stories these profiles of five late bloomers who changed the art world.
Looking forward to an upcoming vacation? Find the perfect book to accompany you on your plane ride, throw in your beach bag, or dive into during a long road trip. Keep your artistic side teeming with ideas during the whole summer!
My hope is that if you’re coming this year, you’ll be using Art Thief of the Patrons’ Show, the app designed and built just for this event. If you’re not sure about going to the Patrons’ Show, stop that nonsense — you need to buy a ticket now.
Collecting fine art, made lovingly by an artist instead of mass generated by a computer, can be more about the journey than the destination. Don't know where to start? Here's how get started with your own art collection.
As the Cubists taught us, there's always room for more than one perspective.
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