Oops! I did it Again: The Follies Of Film, Falls, & Fire
by Daric Gill
We’ve all broken something valuable. Maybe it was accidentally denting your parents brand new car. Maybe it was hitting a pop fly right through a neighbor’s window. Accidents happen — but some accidents are a little more valuable than others. Here are a few times where precious items of human civilization have been accidentally destroyed. Forever.
Remember, some pieces of art are actually meant to be played with or engaged. In that case have the best time ever! However, if you’re not supposed to touch it, don’t! This isn’t just a suggestion made by the crusty people at the mean ol’ galleries & museums. Priceless works of art are often damaged as a result of carelessness, greasy hands, and the all-too-common, “I just wanted to touch it” action. Don’t believe me?…. Read on for some stomach churning examples.
Giving Up The Goods
Many artists feel a certain amount of separation anxiety when it comes to selling off their most precious work. After talking in depth with a group of artists who feel this way, I’ve put together a list of the most common anxieties and the roots that make them so darn frustrating. If you’re that artist who wants to overcome this anxiousness, this blog is for you.
by Daric M. Gill
What You’re Really Trying To Say
We like to think that when we say, “That’s Not Art!” we are stating something of personal or scholarly merit– As if to say, “I know what art is… and that isn’t it.” However, that’s rarely what we are actually trying to say. The aim of this article is to help artists, musicians, writers, and the like find a mutual navigation point from which a more constructive resolution can be formed. Read onward for more.
A Quick Guide To Viewing Artwork
Have you ever felt intimidated or lost when you look at artwork? This resource might just be for you. In this entry, I will provide a few helpful tips for the people whom find themselves saying “I don’t get it” when they walk into a gallery. This guide showcases just a few tips regarding the best way to approach any piece of artwork for the first time.