July 2011 Blog Posts (25)

Help!!!! First Solo Art Show

Help! I want to have my first solo art show. I want it to be different and memorable. the medium I use are bones. check out some of my work, it may give you some really cool ideas. I'm stuck:-(  I will appreciate any ideas given Thanks 

Added by Tia Jannah Bone Artist on July 28, 2011 at 8:21pm — No Comments

Is There Love on Mars?

You ask me if there is love on Mars

I tell you let’s love where we are

For here our love is not dead

Even if it is not bright and red

For here our love is not bound

Even if gravity keeps it on the ground

You ask how high is Mars

I tell you let’s love while it is not far

For here our love will not die

Even if it has no space shuttle to fly

For here our love will be standing

Even if we won’t require a soft landing

You ask can we breathe… Continue

Added by George S Williams on July 28, 2011 at 6:46pm — No Comments

When We Make Love

The air is thick with passion beating with a melody so sweet

My tongues famished for your flesh to lick to taste to eat

The atmosphere full of anticipation ears caressed by love’s gusts

My dreamy eyes pregnant from your beauty expanding from lust

The fresh spring of your nectar enticing my soul

The gentle sound of your voice causes my mind to lose control

Our shadows become one dancing in rhythm to our heartbeat

Pleasure flows through our veins from our head… Continue

Added by George S Williams on July 28, 2011 at 6:43pm — 2 Comments

Is Your Art Website Killing Your Art Career?

Some clichés are true. …


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Added by Kesha Bruce on July 28, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments

A Gigapan Portrait

When I first started this project it was to create a 360 degree panorama of an art installation at the Hillyer Art Space in Washington, DC. The work, Ass Against the Wall is the work of artist Martha Jackson Jarvis. The piece was inspired by her trip earlier that year to…

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Added by Jarvis Grant on July 26, 2011 at 11:58am — No Comments

2011 Black and White Spider Awards

From time to time I Google my name to see what the attempts I’m making with SEO are panning out. Last Friday I decided to check the “Images’ tab just to see what images were coming up. Well, to my surprise I discovered I was nominated for The Black & White Spider Awards. One image was in the Photojournalism Category and the other was for Nature. To be…

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Added by Jarvis Grant on July 25, 2011 at 10:33pm — 4 Comments

Discount Ticket to WordCamp Chicago (Learn to Design Your Own Website)

Fellow artists if you've ever been curious to learn how to create your own web portfolio and blog a WordPress WordCamp is a great place to learn the basics. I won't be able to make it to WordCamp Chicago this weekend but if any of you want to go I can re-assign my reservation to you. They don't do refunds so I can't get my money back but they do allow the re-assignment of a ticket to someone else so here's my offer to you.… Continue

Added by Martin Lindsey on July 25, 2011 at 5:27am — No Comments

What’s Your “End Game"?

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Added by Kesha Bruce on July 25, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments

Journal entry on Nia night.

Nia night – Purpose 30 Dec.

@ the Velvet w Nikki’s Black Earth Ensemble & me sitting in for a private set. 

 

Trying to figure out what this quality life is.  For me, music fills my gaps, it allows for a plug in. 

I plug in; ntu the infinite.  Like a piano keeps playing up and…

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Added by Arlene Turner-Crawford on July 24, 2011 at 2:47pm — No Comments

"A Call For The End Of Global Apartheid" Selected As BlogHer 2011 Voice Of The Year Honoree



A blog I wrote entitled "A Call For The End Of Global Apartheid" was selected as a 2011 Voice of the Year Honoree by BlogHer--an online e-zine that is home to bloggers around the world writing about topics of interest to women, specifically, but that are of interest to caring and concerned people generally.  The original blog was also posted on BAIA and is available for review on my profile… Continue

Added by Ivory Simone on July 22, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments

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GOING FOR ADDS! ON BLOGS, MIXTAPES, SITES, COLLEGE & INTERNET RADIO

SEEKING REVIEWS &…
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Added by vivafidel on July 19, 2011 at 10:47pm — No Comments

Radcliffe Bailey at the High Museum in Atlanta

If you have the opportunity, visit the High Museum to see Radcliffe's Bailey exhibition Memory as Medicine. On view until September before it travels to Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA and then to McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, TX. A thought provoking and mind stimulating collection of artwork that I highly recommend.

Added by Diane O'Donnel on July 19, 2011 at 9:58am — No Comments

A.R.T. Precious Collectible Jewelry Grabs Cover

A.R.T. Precious Collectible Jewelry is featured in the current issue of  Muses Mag http://www.musesmagazine.com/index.php…

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Added by Anne Renee Timmons-Harris on July 18, 2011 at 11:52am — No Comments

Setting Boundaries When Your Home is Your Studio

 

 

Clearly designate the time of day when you are at work, and do not allow family members to interfere or interrupt during that period (unless the house is on fire). Be consistent. This includes pets, children as well as spouses. Walk the dogs before getting started. Feed the cats. Give them treats, toys, the catnip sock. Chances are your pets will learn to leave you alone before the kids or…

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Added by Anne Renee Timmons-Harris on July 17, 2011 at 9:42am — No Comments

Artist Daniel Hodges Wins "Best of Show", "First Place-Real Life" and "Artists Choice" Awards

City of Hazelwood 8th Annual Art Fair, St. Louis, MO

June 4, 2011

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Added by Daniel Hodges on July 16, 2011 at 9:26am — 1 Comment

The Hottest Trends In Collecting Folk Art

The Hottest Trends In Collecting Folk Art

Whether you’re a a beginning collector or a seasoned pro, everybody wants to know where the folk art world is going. The popular Antique Road Show has sparked a whole new interest in the field by focusing in on the anonymous folk art, folk pottery and some 20th Century folk art. The Museum of American Folk Art presented a show on Atlanta’s own folk artist, Nellie Mae Rowe, only to find that her popularity amongst collectors greatly increased…

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Added by sandy on July 7, 2011 at 8:31pm — No Comments

Are You Thinking Big Enough?



I like to buy my shoes from this adorable little French boutique, but I also order shoes on-line from Zappos. I buy my shampoo on sale at the grocery store, but I also buy my fancy hair gel from a supplier in…
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Added by Kesha Bruce on July 7, 2011 at 10:20am — 2 Comments

My Lady Africa

When the last rose is picked—I will still be your gardener. Nothing has ever enchanted my spirit –like this before. A crown of beauty and a soul to match. I would hear you sing in the morning...like a harp from eternity...Your endless strings I do strum. I do come to you across the never ending roads of despair .Most men would want a kiss—I just long to carry your dress. If your dress should reach across the ocean; I would drown in effort to be your Lighthouse. Even if time would end…and a…

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Added by Addonis Parker on July 6, 2011 at 9:42am — No Comments

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