Reviews

Review of Scott Barber Selected Works 1995-2005

Scott Barber Selected Works 1995-2005 by Scott Barber

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I just finished rereading the two essays in this exhibition catalog of the work of Scott Barber, a Dallas painter whose work I first saw — and fell in love with — at the Galveston Arts…

FineArtAmerica Review: Free Online Artist Portfolio

Free Online Artist Portfolios: Part Five
Today I will be reviewing the 1st of six of the free online portfolio sites that I have to sign up for: FineArtAmerica.

MyArtSpace Review: Free Online Artist Portfolio

Free Online Artist Portfolios: Part Four
I signed up with MyArtSpace in 2006 or 2007. It’s a lovely space, with a very professional look. I’m probably more fond of MyArtSpace than I should be, because it’s really buggy.

Saatchi Online Review: Free Online Artist Portfolio

Free Online Artist Portfolios: Part Three
I signed up with Saatchi Online almost as soon as they started offering free online portfolios in 2006.

AbsoluteArts.com Review: Free Online Artist Portfolio

Free Online Artist Portfolios: Part Two
I signed up with AbsoluteArts.com in 2003. They send out a newsletter not quite once a month, reminding me occasionally that I have a portfolio there.

d-ART: Review of Free Online Artist Portfolio Site

Part One of a Ten-Part Series on Free Online Artist Portfolio Sites.
d-ART was an early entrant into the rash of sites offering free online artist portfolios.

Ten Free Online Artist Portfolio Sites

Are you an artist with a body of work you’re ready to display online, but you're not yet ready to make the financial commitment for a custom-designed website? Or are you looking at increasing your online presence as an artist in addition to your custom artist’s website? Over the next ten weeks I will be reviewing ten online artist portfolio sites where you can show your work.

I have also come to the conclusion that the square is a human invention, which makes it sympathetic to me. Because you don’t see it in nature. As we do not see squares in nature, I thought that it is man-made. But I have corrected myself. Because squares exist in salt crystals, our daily salt. We know this because we can see it in the microscope

— Josef Albers

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