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Predictions for Making and Selling Art Post-Pandemic, Pt. 1

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Predictions for Making and Selling Art Post-Pandemic, Pt. 1

How has COVID-19 affected the art market and professional artists? A curated selection of art experts look ahead.

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Women of Abstraction (P.5): Agnes Martin

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Women of Abstraction (P.5): Agnes Martin

Agnes lived her life in search of beauty and devoted to expressing the highest ideals and emotions of humanity through large-scale works that encompassed spaces with minimal marks.

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An Introduction to Art Therapy with Gillian King

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An Introduction to Art Therapy with Gillian King

Join award-winning Artist and Art Therapy student, Gillian King, as she explores her world of Art Therapy and gives valuable suggestions to ease our minds in the current climate.

"We can use art-making to build resilience for ourselves and others by reconnecting and creating stronger bonds between ourselves and our communities."

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Women of Abstraction (P.4): Helen Frankenthaler

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Women of Abstraction (P.4): Helen Frankenthaler

"Between creating the soak-stain technique and revolutionizing the world of woodcut printmaking, Helen left her distinct mark on the art world." Find out more about Frankenthaler in the 4th instalment of Andrea Warren's exploration of Women in Abstraction.

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Women of Abstraction (P.3): Joan Mitchell

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Women of Abstraction (P.3): Joan Mitchell

Andrea Warren continues her explorative series of Women in Painting with gestural abstract painter, Joan Mitchell.

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