Design In The Home

Jennifer Ini is an industrial designer living in Spain that designs and makes objects from scratch. In this article, she writes about her creative process, and the uniqueness of incorporating design in the home with distinctively made pieces. As an interior decorator...

Sculpture Conservation Tips

From bronze, to metal, to stone, sculptures are made of different materials and they require distinct techniques for better conservation. Here are some tips you can follow to care for them depending on what they are made of.   Metal Sculptures Environmental agents...

Creating A Gallery Wall That Just Works

Creating a gallery wall where multiple artworks are displayed is a great way of unleashing your creativity; but where do you start? A gallery wall that just works showcases a body of work that stand out both individually and as a collection. Don’t get intimidated by...

Avoid These Art Displaying Mistakes

Before purchasing an artwork, it is important to have a clear idea of where it will be displayed. Is it going to fill up an entire wall or is it going to be part of a gallery of assorted artworks? Read more to find out tips that can help your planning process. As much...

Art Basel’s Top Picked Abstracts

Every December art collectors and enthusiasts gather in the city of Miami for Art Basel, one of the biggest art trade shows showcasing contemporary artworks by established and newly emerging artists. With pieces selling for more than 9 million dollars, such as Bruce...

Traveling Forms: Process, Audience, Resources

It is usually quiet as one enters the main gallery space of the Miami Dade Art + Design Museum. That is, unless Miami-based artist Leandro Vazquez is exhibiting. Then there is commotion. Trying to break out with the customary gallery visiting routine of coming,...

Political Drawings: A Conversation with The Beehive Collective

The Beehive Design Collective is a collaborative group in Maine that creates graphic campaigns that bring awareness to major environmental, political, and social issues through research, travel, and immense artistic talent. OAC: You visualize world issues through...

The Mail Art Movement and the Fluxus Experience

In the late 1960’s conventional art practices were broken in New York City. Leaving the confinement of the four-walled galleries behind, art flourished in post mail boxes instead. Seminal Pop Art figure Ray Johnson first started sending out his art in the form of...