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Easy Social Media Marketing Tips for Artists

Easy Social Media Marketing Tips for Artists In the fastest and smartest world of technology, social media is emerging enormously with various trends and regular updates. It’s not a big deal anymore to introduce or promote your art around the world especially for artists across the world. The social media platforms are tremendously holding the internet and online trading market. These social media platforms are actual bolts in the ship of online advertisement, launching, and ... Read More »

Complete Guide to Attract Art Buyers to Your Blog

Complete Guide to Attract Art Buyers to Your Blog We thrive to make our Art the most attractive but the smart world of internet is digitally sound enough to propagate your Art and you as an Artist. How to attract art buyers to your blog or gallery is a crucial question in this digital era. There are so many techniques that basically an artist needed to learn to make it blog viral across the verge. ... Read More »

How to Make Money as an Artist on Instagram

How to Make Money as an Artist on Instagram Being an Artist, the most you seek from the societies are name, fame, and money. Yes, these three things could be drawn together on the most vibrant and classy platform. As a way out, Instagram gives you an ardent and easy platform to make money by publicizing your Art. You can earn popularity, recognition, and money by making your Art a business. It’s not that tough ... Read More »

The Second Coming: Shantala Palat’s Quirky Experiments with Ink

The Second Coming: Shantala Palat’s Quirky Experiments with Ink

Ink is a fun medium to work with. I remember when our class lectures would become a bit too tedious, I’d slyly reach out for my pen and start ‘inking’ the last few pages of my notebook—these were ubiquitously known as ‘rough’ sheets. It can be rather addictive— an artist’s tryst with ink, as Shantala Palat might tell you. Doodling casually on a rough sheet of paper is not as elaborate an affair, as planning ... Read More »

A Day Well Spent At The Bihar Craft Festival

A Day Well Spent At The Bihar Craft Festival

The Bihar Government put up a grand show of colors in Dilli Haat during the month of March. The 15-day long Bihar Utsav from 16th to 18th March was an exhibition cum sale of lovely handicrafts and handloom products. Although the festival wasn’t widely publicized, it helped me revisit the wondrous crafts, arts and cultural traditions that flow from the thirst most populous largest state of India. Around 50 stalls led by state artisans relayed ... Read More »

Tapping Into The Laser Cut Trend

Tapping Into The Laser Cut Trend

Anila Quayyam’s installation at the India Art Fair left me and a lot of visitors awestruck. What struck me as fascinating about her grand light box, was the delicate lattice frame which was designed with laser-cut panels. ‘Laser-cut’ is the key-word here. As I examined the installation, my mind started whirling with several other references of laser-cut designs I had read about on the net; some fairly recent and others, harking back to the Mughal ... Read More »

The 19th Bharat Rang Mahotsav Was a Joyous Celebration of The Performing Arts

The 19th Bharat Rang Mahotsav Was a Joyous Celebration of The Performing Arts

The venerable stage was decorated to celebrate compelling theatre at the NSD campus during the 19th Bharat Rang Mahotsav. The festival thrilled audiences over a period of 21 days, starting February 1st. Recognized as Asia’s largest theatre festival, the 19th edition of the Bharat Rang Mahotsav attracted talents from countries such as, Turkey, Afghanistan, Romania, Malaysia, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Interestingly, out of the 12 participating countries, China and Pakistan were conspicuously absent. Given ... Read More »

When You Are “Not Missing Anything Important”

When You Are “Not Missing Anything Important”

Artist Binay Sinha drew my attention to everything that ‘is’ important through his exhibition Not Missing Anything Important, at the All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society, New Delhi. It was an exhibition where nothing was structured, and everything was curiously fragmented. Much is akin to the delirious times we live in! Making sense of contemporary life through the chaos of politics, social activism, opinions, and stereotypes is a task that the common man has at ... Read More »

Best Tips To Sell Paintings Online Using Facebook

Facebook is a great marketing tool for artists. It has a large prospective audience that makes it one among the great social media sites. Your art business can be taken to new heights with effective use of this platform in the best possible way. With over 1 billion users, it will give a strong base […] The post Best Tips To Sell Paintings Online Using Facebook appeared first on Fine Art Blogger. Source: Fine Art Read More »

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