The Sam Francis: Online Catalogue Raisonné Project – Fine Art in the New Media

April 18, 2018 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Sam Francis Online Catalogue Raisonné Project “The Sam Francis Foundation released the first installment of the Sam Francis: Online Catalogue Raisonné Project––The Compilation of Unique Works on Paper and Expanded Version of Canvas and Panel Paintings of the internationally recognized artist on April […]

“Terminal” – A Near – Death Experience by Artist Karolina Halatek

(April 11, 2018) Karolina Halatek – Light on the Threshold of Death “Karolina Halatek (b. 1985 Lodz/Poland) studied Design for Performance at the University of the Arts London, Great Britain, Fine Arts at the Universität der Künste Berlin, Germany and Media Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw/Poland. [She] uses light as the […]

Islamic Art in Spain – The Alhambra

April 4, 2018 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Islamic Art in Spain This post is the second in a series through 2018 on Islamic Art in Spain. The topic and the output is so vast that even if all the posts in 2018 were devoted to it, it still would not […]

Museum Attendance and Free Hi-Resolution Images

Free Hi-Res Images An impressive number of museums have made hi-resolution images of their collections, which can be downloaded for free, and used with no restriction. Thus you may not only download a hi-resolution suitable for printing and framing, but you may use the images anyway you want to, even editing, and combining images, with […]

The MFA Boston: Fine Art in the New Media – Gustav Klimt, and Egon Schiele

March 21, 2018, by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Fine Art in the New Media How well does a museum use New Media Technology to fulfill its mission to make Art accessible to everyone, everywhere. In a number of prior posts, we focused on the theme “Can You See It From Here?” […]

The grit and the glory: French ballet star Marie-Agnès Gillot looks back on stunning career – via twitter

March 14, 2018, by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday.       twitter                     ______________________________________________________                                                                                                                                  Marie-Agnès Gillot                                                        “Growing up in the northern French town of Caen,Marie-Agnès, Gillot  never even heard of the Paris Opera Ballet. She was far more interested in animals and the countryside. But her ballet teacher was quick […]

“The E-Book is a Stupid Product,” says Hachette Group CEO.

March 8, 2018, by Jack Dziamba Whither the e-Book? The e-book was introduced about 10 years ago. As sales took off, it was claimed that the e-book would soon eclipse the print book.  Indeed it was true for most of ten years.  According to the Association of American Publishers, in 2012 sales revenue from ebooks […]