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Color In Art Color In Art
When shopping for a piece of statement artwork for a focal wall in your home, think opposite. What does that mean, you ask? If your living room has a predominantly blue color theme, then orange or yellow in art will pack a powerful punch. If your bedroom features soft pinks, think green for the artwork. Or, if your home ...
Superbowl Art Wager Superbowl Art Wager
Before this year's Super Bowl was played, The Philadelphia Museum of Art approached the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and a unique agreement was born. Each museum agreed to loan the winner a piece of art from their collection. Fast forward to post-game and ...
How To Clean Art How To Clean Art
Have you ever wondered about the best way to clean your original artwork? Two words: feather duster. If you have acrylic or oil paintings on canvas, a feather duster (or microfiber duster) is your best bet. Dust lightly with clean dry feathers and watch closely for loose or flaking paint on older paintings ...
Art Placement Art Placement
The placement of art around your home is important, and maybe not for the reasons you are expecting. If hanging a piece with glass across from a window, you're going to see reflections in the glass more often than you'll see the art, even if you've framed with museum or non-glare glass. If you hang works on paper in direct sunlight, it will certainly fade. Even indirect sunlight will fade works on paper if it's bright enough. Most oil and acrylic paintings will do fine for a while in direct sun, but ideal lighting is ...