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A Perspective on Art Criticism

When I first began to appreciate art, I knew nothing about how to properly critique a work.  I would simply judge whether i believed it was good or bad then move on with my life.   330 more words

No. 6 Francisco Goya

Ah we meet again! Under the guise of the night, it’s 11pm here in Melbourne, Australia. And I am explicitly here to discuss the work of the old master, Francisco Goya. 152 more words

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No. 5 Arthur Rackham

The sometimes overlooked Arthur Rackham is one of the forgotten greats of the 20th century illustrators. Coming across his work for the first time became a typical cheesy revelation at what astounding and beautiful work of Rackham. 171 more words

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No. 4 Max Ernst aka the Wierdo

Max Ernst, Surrealist Dadaist painter from the early 21st century, was and still is the artist who inspired me from day one. Not to say all his work has astounded and gripped me, but what has caught my eye left an everlasting influence on my own art work for years to come. 224 more words

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No.3 Peter Booth aka the Desolate One

On my travels, I was smart enough to visit the highly underrated capital city, Canberra, and it’s brilliant National Galleries. In the National Gallery of Australia was where I made my first aquaintance with Australian artist, Peter Booth. 155 more words

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Vargas Museum: An Aesthetic View into our History

Vargas Museum, a museum situated in the University of the Philippines Diliman, wherein trees are abundant and the sensation of peace and tranquility is present; quite different from what we would experience in the busy streets of Manila. 646 more words

Two Days, Two Botanical Art Classes with Lee McCaffree

by Lee McCaffree and Lesley Randall, posted by Deb Shaw

BAGSC member Lee McCaffree will be teaching two botanical art classes in March: one about how to finish a painting; the other about how to critique a work of art (and self-critique your own). 883 more words

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