Adam Ruins Everything – How the Fine Art Market is a Scam | truTV

It just sold for 5 billion. Of course it did. It’s brilliant. Oh, it’s performance art! These rich snobs don’t know more about art than you. They’re mostly just here to make money. Oh! We’re told that art like this is so expensive because it’s the best in the world. But the fact is, you’re looking at a massive price-fixing scheme that benefits wealthy collectors and excludes artists like you. Adam, shush it! The prices here are high because the

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Goose-PrismaColor pencils and Arteza color pencils

welcome back to CandysArtWorld I’m Candy and today I’m going to be doing a goose I’m using prismacolor colored pencils and artesia color pencils I also use odorless mineral spirits excuse me odorless mineral spirits to blend it out with color pencil you have to work in light layers lots and lots of light layers and you have to wait until after your odorless mineral spirits try to do the next layer but I had found this picture of a

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Hiratsuka Un’ichi (Ancient Art Podcast 27)

Welcome back to the Ancient Art Podcast. Hang on tight folks as we take another excursion a bit off topic in this episode to explore the art and life of one of the most influential 20th century Japanese woodblock print artists, Hiratsuka Un’ichi. An exhibition of Hiratsuka’s prints was recently on view at the Art Institute of Chicago through January 4th, 2010. And now that the exhibition is closed, so too are the Japanese art galleries as the Art Institute

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How to Colour, Color with $1.25 Dollar Store Markers Challenge | Mei Yu

hey everyone this is mei yu and welcome to fun friday every friday i’ll try to do something new fun and challenging last week I did a copic marker vs real market challenge thank you for all your likes and comments this time I’ll do a dollar store market challenge where I’ll only use markers from the dollar store to color this drawing i did but first i have to buy the markers ok so right now i’m at the

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~ART SUPPLY PRODUCT REVIEW~ ARTIST’S LOFT COLORED PENCILS

Hey Guys So, im back with another product review. I’m reviewing the Artist’s Loft colored pencils. I actually really enjoyed this one because I haven’t used colored pencil in a long time. I also wanted to apologize for the quality of the coloring. Only because I have really bad carpal tunnel. So I couldn’t do as much layering as I wanted to do. Because my hand was about to fall off. When I got to the point of the end

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Marine de Soos – Sculpture [Eng Sub] ::: Artistics.com

♪ [music] ♪ My name is Marise de Soos, I’ve been a sculptor for 20-odd years I started working in a studio, then I learnt with an American master in Paris, with whom I learnt all the technique, he was a very, very good portraitist, then one day, I spread my wings by getting my own studio as to have my own universe and be able to get out the most private and the deepest in me. So technically, I

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Haunting Underwater Sculptures Combine Art & Conservation

COMM: Museo Atlantico is the first underwater contemporary art museum in Europe and the Atlantic Ocean. COMM: British artist Jason deCaires Taylor, is installing the first phase of sculptures in the unique permanent exhibition located 14 meters beneath the surface. COMM: The project was funded and supported by the government of Lanzarote, and as well as being artistic instillation, it will also create a large-scale artificial reef benefitting the local marine life. COMM: The museum will be open to visitors

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Hannah Wilke: Sculptor and Sculpture

Good afternoon, and thank you for being here, and joining us. I’m Elizabeth Sackler and it’s a pleasure for me to welcome you to the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. As most of you know, the center opened in March of 2007. Our mission to raise awareness of Feminism’s cultural contributions and to educate new generations, about the meaning of Feminist art. To maintain a dynamic learning facility, which this forum has become for us. To present discussions

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ABS: Sculpture Garden Touch Tour — Woodson Art Museum

We are very fortunate at our museum that we have a sculpture garden and being in north-central wisconsin our weather is severe in the winter time and working with our curators we’ve come to the conclusion that we can access our sculpture garden by touch with visitors without the use of gloves. i approached are curator of collections to talk about the use of gloves having watched that disability resource video as well as in that resource guide we’re going

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