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ard548 creative futures / 29.03.2021

Getting into a gallery is much more than having enough inventory, and it can be difficult to navigate the process without a knowledgeable guide. The first step is to remember that art galleries aren’t the be all and end all of selling your art. There are many, many other opportunities out there, so don’t get hung up on showing in a gallery. Getting into the gallery that you want could be a long term goal. So, be patient and build your career and build your audience with that end result in mind. Crista Cloutier–the art business expert and consultant behind The Working Artist–is...

ard548 creative futures / 27.03.2021

An understanding of European history and culture will best be gained by visiting the top art galleries in the United Kingdom. From becoming the European leaders in portraiture, landscape art, decorative art, and fine art in the 18th century, the United Kingdom has become one of the key centers for Contemporary art. The United Kingdom has given the art world some its finest talent such as William Blake, J.M.W Turner, John Constable, Samuel Palmer, Thomas Gainsborough, Joshua Reynolds, George Stubbs, John Singleton Copley, John Everett Millais, Graham Sutherland, Damien Hirst, Rachel Whitehead, and Tracey Emin. You can find and admire their works as...

Uncategorized / 25.03.2021

The purpose of the competition analysis is to get to know both current and potential competitors in depth. This knowledge should be as broad as possible. It is worthwhile for it to cover all important aspects of running a business. The final stage of the competition analysis is drawing conclusions and incorporating the obtained results into the process of building a competitive advantage. Applications can be used to create, inter alia, market entry strategies, marketing, and sales strategies, or distribution plans. A properly conducted analysis also allows you to identify niche market areas. Thus, it can lead to building a long-term competitive...

ard 517, Level 5 / 23.03.2021

This still life is about baking an apple pie. All the products on the table are needed to bake this cake. I put the whole composition in such a way that it gives the impression that the person who makes this cake has forgotten something and had to leave the table (an egg escaping from a pile of flour). Through the appropriate saturation of colors and the softness of daylight falling through the window, I wanted to reach the viewer's senses. I would like you to feel the smell of apples, cinnamon, butter and vanilla when looking at this photo....

ard 517, Level 5 / 19.03.2021

My oranges are supposed to enjoy the memory of sweetness and a slight hint of acidity, the scent of essential oils that come out when we press the peel. Orange - sweet, juicy, with intense color. In religious painting, it appears in the scenes of original sin, where it is a "substitute" for the apple tree, and in the representations of the heavenly garden. The white orange flowers symbolized virgin purity, which is why in the Middle Ages they were attributed to Mary. The fruits complement the tree itself, and its seeds were seen as the seeds of a new plant...

ard 517, Level 5 / 08.03.2021

Inspired by my fish images, and because I hate wasting food. I have smoked and prepared the fishes for consuming. I decided to close the circle on the fish story. and show all stages of it. Still Life with fish and lemon, 2021 Still Life with Smoked Fish, 2021 The freshly smoked fish is beautiful and delicious. Smoking in birch smoke almost magically turns their structure from cold, wet silver into hot gold. Looking at the photo of these fish taken out of the smokehouse, we should smell the appetizing hot meat sprinkled with lemon, and the fingers should feel the collagen...

ard 517, Level 5 / 08.03.2021

Today I decided to work with the composition and chiaroscuro according to the rules of the Flemish Baroque masters of the brush. I have choosen a painting one by Harmen Steenwijck from 1646. Harmen Steenwijck or Harmen Steenwyck (1612-1656) was a Dutch still life painter from the Golden Age. Among the leading Dutch realist artists from the Delft / Leiden school, Harmen Steenwyck became one of the best still life painters of his time, specializing in painting the genre of vanitas still life in the early years of Dutch realism (c. 1600-80) in the Protestant Netherlands. In the field of still...

ard548 creative futures / 03.03.2021

The Glyndwr University Creative Futures programme features guests from across the creative industries who come and talk to students about their experiences working in their sector and their background. In this session, recorded on the 25th of February 2021, Karen Hughes, the co-founder and creative director of Edit_ Brand Studio, a design and branding studio dedicated to creating, evolving and transforming brands, talks to Graeme Park and provides invaluable insight from her own career journey sharing tips and advice to help you progress yours. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvrKI5ekqVY Karen HughesCreative Director-Editbrandstudio Multi-disciplinary, award-winning creative director and designer with over 17 years of industry experience. Karen brings...

ard548 creative futures / 01.03.2021

Own personal brand is a dream of more and more people who want to enter the market and propose their own solutions, their own ideas, services and products. Unfortunately, creating a personal brand in a consistent and professional manner is not an easy task, especially for people who do not have enough knowledge and awareness in this area. It is also important to be extremely committed and consequently devote a huge amount of time to the development of a personal brand. A modern personal brand For many people, the adventure with a personal brand ends at a very early stage, while for others...

ard 517 / 01.03.2021

Today's photos are inspired by the works of the Spanish painter of still lifes from the 18th century Luis Melendez (1716-1780) His mastery of composition and light, and remarkable ability to convey the volume and texture of individual objects enabled him to transform the most mundane of kitchen fare into powerful images, and Jean Baptiste Siméon Chardin (2 November 1699 - 6 December 1779) was an 18th-century French painter. He is considered a master of still life, he is also known for his genre paintings that depict maids, children, and household activities. His work is characterized by a carefully balanced...