“Soul Food For Thought” or “Can Commercial Art Be Fine?”

I recently came across a discussion on LinkedIn titled, “I have no choice as to whether or not I should create. It is essential to my being. The difference between Fine Art and commercial art is whether or not the artists has put their soul into a piece.” Very thought provoking, pithy and powerful. What […]

Comic-Con Art and Artists Report – Part 2 of 2

Welcome to the second of two wrap-ups for art and artists encountered at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. (To find the first, click on the “Blogs” link and scroll down.) More photos this time around. Let’s go!

“Art Fight! Quality vs. Nostalgia”

Last week we had a great discussion regarding “grails”–your one or few most-ever-desired pieces. (To read and join in, just click .) Everyone who posted theirs (including me) had one or two things in common: the grail piece was either something by a favorite/greatest artist and/or something from our cherished past. Some recalled their very […]