Sunday Devotional With Mr. E: Continue

Harmony Cardenas

 As artists we acquire our life ordeals, art encounters, instruction, and imagination everywhere we go.  Anything & Almost everything can be inspiration for our art.  Sketch publications, napkins, digital collections fill up with promising principles for foreseeable future get the job done! Earning artwork gets to be a fundamental require […]

How to Connect with Art Galleries

Harmony Cardenas

by Carolyn  Edlund How can artists approach galleries and gain representation?     Before you get an offer from a gallery and sign a contract, you must be noticed and then get your art in front of the decision makers. That involves knowing how to select galleries to approach. One […]

Nocturne Notes – Bryan Mark Taylor

Harmony Cardenas

Nocturne Notes Bryan Mark Taylor San Diego Sunset          30 x 30″     Oil     © Bryan Mark Taylor    Bryan Mark Taylor shared with us his paintings of cityscapes in twilight and nighttime lighting in our job interview with him below:  Voices of Experience – Bryan Mark Taylor. He elaborated further more […]

Kubrick Double Feature coming to the Roxie!

Harmony Cardenas

Spoke Artwork is excited to return to the historic Roxie Theater in San Francisco for an additional enjoyment characteristic movie screening occasion! This month we are presenting a pretty unique Kubrick double function of The Shining (DCP) and Clockwork Orange (35mm). To commemorate this unique celebration we’ve commissioned artists James Hobson […]

The Art of Maurice Sendak”

Harmony Cardenas

  In preparing for our impending exhibition, Wild Things Are Occurring: The Artwork of Maurice Sendak, we questioned Columbus Museum of Art team associates to share what they are most excited about.  “I’m most energized to see site visitors reconnect with beloved childhood art and people.”— Olivia T., Visitor Knowledge […]