With all the tech giants racing to unleash AI, I investigated its take on the arts. Google’s Bard and I had a chat which led me to believe all the hyperbole in the press is getting us worked up and neglecting the one issue which could be our demise; ethics. Yes, I work in theContinue reading “AI on art, and how AI lies.”
This is an editorial on technology and the arts. Technology is rapidly killing off the arts. Musicians, artists, and culture are now endangered.
Bare walls create a sizeable monotonous feeling. Most people like to crush that feeling by hanging something on the wall. However, crowded walls can become an eyesore for family photo enthusiasts and art collectors if not done correctly. The walls get busy, and people are turned away from the wall rather than brought in. Or,Continue reading “What do I do with that blank wall? How to hang art.”
Being locked down for the better part of two years due to the pandemic, I spent considerable time online looking at art. Over the last two years I sat back and watched algorithms play a significant role in artists gaining notoriety. The art in my feeds also became a sanitized, sterilized, and repetitive experience. ToContinue reading “Why an art blog?”
People have many different reasons for collecting. Some do it because they love the pieces they collect. Others do it for investment reasons. The excessively wealthy do it for tax evasion. A lot of money is laundered with art. Some see art as a status symbol. Some do it to simply support living artists. ForContinue reading “Collecting Art”
Not all artists are represented by galleries. Many chose not to work with galleries and stick with social media or other ecommerce venues like Etsy. However, many are represented by galleries. The reason many artists prefer representation by a gallery is that the gallery will market their works and do business on behalf of theContinue reading “Galleries”