Uniting Artists & Travel
As a member artist of the World Artist Exchange you have the opportunity to display your art, find like minded people, research exhibit and sale opportunities. It can be a useful tool in promoting your art to your collectors. Blog about something you have an interest in or have a question about. Wether the blog about a technique or a particular method of art, a day in the studio, or even writing a poem this is a useful place to start a discussion.
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The World Artist Exchange would like to welcome all. It is a great reference for finding artist and their work. The World Artist Exchange is a place where you can not only be a part of an online art community, post events, blog, video and meet people. It is also a place for the collector to buy art without the pretention of the galleries. This way the artist can give the collector the best possible value and create a working relationship.
How to buy a piece of art on the World…Continue
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I have just returned from traveling to Nepal. It was amazing. The people who live there are so kind and gracious. It was my privelage to live with a host family for a week and get a feeling of Kathmandu, it's culture, and it's people. I also ventured through the mountains and the jungle.
The World Artist Exchange in conjunction with the Friendship Force, I was able to teach painting to some children in a primary school set up by the Save the World Program. The experience was…Continue
Sittin' in the studio today I was thinking about how it is essential for me to be open to knew artistic opportunities. It takes you outside yourself. The last three weeks of my life have been waking up and going to the studio to prepare for an art event, a bash, Nimbash 2010 in St.Helena , CA. It started out with much love. I was fortunate enough to be a part of it. This celebration was orchestrated and labored by many people with the vision of bringing art and the community together. It was…Continue
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