Spotlight: Dage

Spotlight: Dage

Dage paints not with a traditional brush, but with a stick dipped in paint. She calls this technique “intentional dripping,” a practice that allows her to combine her conscious direction as an artist with the chaotic nature of the paint as it falls to the canvas. “I want my work to portray the roles played […]

Jeff Leedy’s The Helper

Jeff Leedy’s The Helper

Sure, dog. You’re “helping.” Our Work of the Week this week is Jeff Leedy’s The Helper. Born and educated in the arts in New York and currently residing in Texas, Leedy has sold over 250,000 prints of his work, which tackle subjects including sports, food and wine and—as you can see—pet ownership. Information on purchasing […]

Art Business News to Partner with Madavor Media

Redwood Media has selected Madavor to publish this long-standing title This February, Madavor Media and Redwood Media Group joined forces to publish Art Business News, a leader in art industry publications since 1977. The magazine joins a family of special-interest and niche publications at Boston-based Madavor Media. Art Business News provides readers with comprehensive coverage […]

How to Work with Galleries

A roundtable discussion of artists’ most-asked questions by Terrence Lynch “How do I get my work into an art gallery? What can a gallery do for me? What would a gallery ask of me?” There comes a point in most artist’s careers when he or she confronts the question: “Can I make a living at […]

Commission THIS!

The delicate dance of working for hire by Kevin Canfield About five years ago Jivan Lee (JivanLee.com) decided to create a painting of a home in Mamaroneck, New York. “Just for fun, I was painting the entrance of where I was staying at the time, which was my sister’s house,” Lee recalls. “A neighbor saw […]