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Creativity Explored - Online Store

Creativity Explored - Online Store | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
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Yes! To this wonderful San Francisco organization. I'm tempted to not call this Outsiders Art but Insiders Art, what do you think of that notion? You ought to watch the video about the artists who work in this one big studio. Fantastic. Insiders Art. I coined it. Remember that ;-)

On another note, I'd like to present a workshop costume design or wearable art at this studio. Did you hear that?

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Flickr, Facebook and Instagram: Are we fully aware of our photo rights?

Flickr, Facebook and Instagram: Are we fully aware of our photo rights? | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
Thanks to mobile phones, everyone has become a photographer. But has our relationship with the images we capture altered thanks to technology? And are we fully aware of our rights when posting our photos to social networks?
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Olivier Laurent: 

"While some users may not be fully aware of their rights, he said Facebook and Instagram should make things clearer. Facebook, for instance, states that its members own all of the content they post on the site, but, as he points out, Facebook is automatically granted a licence to display and distribute the image."

 

Prof Murray:

"By placing your picture on Facebook, you agree contractually that they hold a licence – at no cost to them – to distribute your picture globally and that Facebook may transfer this licence to others if necessary.

"Most interestingly, they say that if you delete your content – or even your account – this licence allows them to continue to share your picture if others have shared it and have not deleted it. This is a powerful set of rights that most users never read or if they do don’t think about."

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Chromatism

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Chromatism: The work of Ned May
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This post is the result of collaboration and connectivity. 

Last night I attended a reading by Jack Remick at the University Bookstore in Seattle. An outsider to a close knit group, I enjoyed the fabric of connectivity between those present and all involved with Jack's work. Elements of the reading linger, and looking at the cover of Satori, a book of poems, I see how fitting the folding and unfolding of the material, both literal and tactile as in textile art is for the cover art. Congratulations to Jack and Helen Remick on their work and partnership, impressive and touching to hear and see such commitment to art and relationships.
Thanks to my interest in the source of the cover art on Jack's book of poetry I visited his wife Helen's website to discover her background in Mathematics and love of stairwells. Enter Chromatism "a discipline that lies at the confluence of mathematics and art."

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remotesanctuary on Instagram

remotesanctuary on Instagram | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
remotesanctuary's photo on Instagram
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RIP my friend

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Artist/ Writer Aafke Steenhuis Combines Images and Words

Artist/ Writer Aafke Steenhuis Combines Images and Words | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
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We attended the same high school in Groningen, she nine years ahead of me, same timeframe as my ex-husband.

While looking at her website I'm impressed by the number of publication from her hand.

Proof of a productive life, all adventures and convictions made into books. That's inspirational to me. Someone to keep in mind, work to keep an eye on. 

 

Always pay attention to good examples, to people whose work speaks to you, folks whose words resonate, whose imagery hits a nerve.

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Home Inventory in the Real World

Home Inventory in the Real World | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
Home and small business inventory Fayetteville NC
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Totally at home on the Internet. Taking care of the In Real Life business as well? 

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Moshe Rynecki | Portrait of a Jewish-Polish Artist from Warsaw, Poland

Moshe Rynecki | Portrait of a Jewish-Polish Artist from Warsaw, Poland | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
Artwork and life of Moshe Rynecki (1881-1943). Jewish-Polish painter from Warsaw, Poland. Painted Jewish community in 1920s-1930s and Warsaw Ghetto.
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Should the art of a Jewish artist who was killed during the Holocaust be Scoop-it! up for Creatives at Home on the Internet? 
You bet!
Moshe Rynecki's great-granddaughter Elizabeth has created an online memorial for her great grandfather, and is working hard at tracing a total of 800 paintings, given to non-Jews in safe-keeping during WWII. 


Moshe Rynecki is at Home on the Internet. 


Before too long, I hope to follow suit with my father's work.

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Ian Davenport "Colorfall" at Paul Kasmin Gallery, 12 September - 26 October, 2013

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to present Colorfall, an exhibition of new paintings by Ian Davenport, 12 September - 26 October, 2013 at 293 Tenth Avenue in New…
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Not the website of the painter, Ian Davenport at home on the internet, but the artist at work, talking about the precisely planned work and the nature of liquid paint running its course.

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edithbeeldend.nl

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Artist T. E. Breitenbach - Studio Tour

Artist T. E. Breitenbach - Studio Tour | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
Profile of Artist T. E. Breitenbach, including a tour of his castle studio. Links to Proverbidioms and the poster collection.
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The website offers a peak in the truly inspired professional world of a succesful artist, who knows how to make his art work for him. T.E. Breitenbach knows The Business of Art, and that's a compliment. 

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Musings of an Artist's Wife: Blue Dog and Intellectual Property (Guest Blog Entry)

Musings of an Artist's Wife: Blue Dog and Intellectual Property (Guest Blog Entry) | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
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The story of copyright told through the reality of one artist's body of work.

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Judith van Praag (judith.van.praag) on about.me

Judith van Praag (judith.van.praag) on about.me | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
View Judith van Praag on about.me. About.me makes it easy for you to learn about Judith van Praag’s background and interests.
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Okay, so we were burglarized. The thieves took both my computer. I didn't have my iPhotos backed up anywhere else but on those two pieces of hardware. Yeah. Stupid. I know. So I'm looking at what I can find Online. Turns out there's quite a bit, not everyting. Not the best pictures, I was holding back you see, to publish some Blurb Books. . Very sad. The projects were saved on my Mac, and not on the Blurb site. So, pictures lost, book lost. But  then there's Instagram for instance, where I've uploaded more images than I realized. And on my Instagram blog, is a link to this site. All about.me. Yep. I need a little stroking, so, if you like what you see, give me heart, or the thumbs up, I can use a little support right now. Burglaries suck. Home invasion sucks. Having your computer with all your writing on them stolen sucks. Losing your photos sucks. So, have a heart, give me some sugar by giving me the thumbs up. and visit my Instagram site as well, if you have time. I promise there's a lot to see. http://instagram.com/dutchessabroad

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Introduction

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“It is a volcanic crater located in an area of exposed geology, the Painted Desert, an area where you feel geologic time.
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More reason to include the Painted Desert in a road trip again.

 

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How to Protect Online Photos

How to Protect Online Photos | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
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The Art of Copyright

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▶ Inside the Artists' Studio - YouTube

With a rich artistic heritage and museums dedicated to Vermeer and Van Gogh (among others), Amsterdam is one of the world’s true creative capitals. So it’s a...
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Make a book and a trailer and you're ON!

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Spring Cleaning | Estate Planning for Artists (with image, tweets) · dutchessabroad

How to prepare for the future: taking care of your, or others' artwork and loved ones.
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Check it out. There's a "will" and "no will" section to peruse. Very helpful. A few years ago I attended a worthwhile panel discussion organized by Seattle's ArtistTrust, on taking care of your art, assets and heirs.

 

Who wants to think about death and dying? 

 

Think of preparation as cleaning up your studio. Imagine what people will see if you don't do that. And think about what you want them to do with your work. Think about your loved ones.

 

Think before you leap into the great unknown, you never know when that might be. Start early, start soon. Think of it as Spring cleaning.

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EntityCube and the Way Artists are Connected - James Turrell

EntityCube and the Way Artists are Connected - James Turrell | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
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All great minds think alike, all artists are connected by the concept of creating (for) the space we live in. Making the world visible by offering their point of view. 

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Fine Art of Needlework and Embroidery by Mireille Vautier

Site internet de Mireille Vautier. Dessins, broderies et travaux.
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Ironic that I scoop up Mireille Vautier's website for the department "Creatives at Home on the Internet" and yet, there are no images available for scoop-it!
Yes, I can download an image, but I prefer not to do this.

Go see for yourself.

Follow the lines and dots -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-

Stitches in time, drawing attention to the Fine Art of this ingenious French artist.

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9 Tips to Ace Your Kickstarter Campaign

9 Tips to Ace Your Kickstarter Campaign | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it

At home Thinking about raising money on Kickstarter? Before you get started, check out this advice for planning, promoting, and powering through your campaign, from women who just raised $50K.

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At home on the Internet? Using Social Media? Ready to start a campaign?

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Animals - project 2014 - Armando Bergallo: Arts Plastiques - Opéras Contemporains - Projets transdisciplinaires

Animals - project 2014 - Armando Bergallo: Arts Plastiques - Opéras Contemporains - Projets transdisciplinaires | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
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In honor of the work horse I'm choosing this beauty who reminds me of a few childhood years in the Dutch country side where the plow and hay wagons were still pulled by the strong Belgium gentle giants. 

 

Equally beautiful are the giant cats, lions and owls Armando Bergallo eternalizes on canvas. Check them out. 

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Arts plastiques - Armando Bergallo: Arts Plastiques - Opéras Contemporains - Projets transdisciplinaires

Arts plastiques - Armando Bergallo: Arts Plastiques - Opéras Contemporains - Projets transdisciplinaires | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
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Creation is second nature to Armando Bergallo, each brush stroke a breath forcing life into his imagery. Check out the Belgium work horse on the site, it's alive.

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Phillip K. Smith III

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Joshua Tree Cabin: Lucid Stead - light box, trompe l'oeuil, manisfest? Find the landscapes by turning the pages.

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Graphic Designer Crazy About Letter Fonts Kunstwerkt #3 - Rafaella Wang

De Chileens/Amsterdamse Rafaella Wang gunt ons een blik in haar leven als illustrator/grafisch vormgeefster. Aan de hand van drie projecten die ze recentelijk uitvoerde…
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"Beeldig" that's Rafaella. Lovely and all over Design with fonts she draws herself. After college she gave herself four years to see whether she could make a living, and after two she had proven she could. Power to the artist who finds a way to do what she loves, all day long. Making other people happy with her visions.

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Lori Pirog's curator insight, November 20, 2013 4:04 AM

fascinating video on lettering by hand. Inspiring even though I couldn't understand a word of what the artist is saying!

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Moving From iPhoto To Dropbox

Moving From iPhoto To Dropbox | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
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Listen up y'all, Federico Viticci's fear of what might happen in the future when his iPhotos would not be properly stored elsewhere, only because he  wasn't willing to pay the $99 for Pro storage at Dropbox, became my reality the other day.
We were burglarized. And since I had been to cheap to pay less than $10 per month for the extra Pro storage, and I didn't have my iPhotos stored any where other than my computer, 4 years worth of pics were lost. Can't tell you how sore I am.
Viticci's post is comprehensive and worth reading. If you don't want to go through the trouble, and don't care much about the descriptive info that comes with your pictures at least upload to Dropbox the easy way. 

 

And be thankful you'll never have to know what it's like to lose your memory stash.

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The Skinny on WordPress (for artists)

The Skinny on WordPress (for artists) | Creatives at Home on the Internet | Scoop.it
  We have almost 500 members on TAFA. Most of them have invited to join by me.  How did I find them? By visiting thousands of websites. In the beginning, I spent lots of time, scouring the int...
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Ms. Generosity, aka Rachel Biel shares her knowledge and experience to help out those of us who look up at the learning curve of a platform such as WordPress and sigh, eh, well, perhaps after I reach the finish line of my present adventure. Read it now, or bookmark for later.

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