If you mean "Where do you sell your artworks" then you can sell them anywhere really. Ebay is a common site. And if you have a deviantART it works too.
arkley was an impressive artist....his pieces consisted of birghtly coloured canvas mostly done of suburban surrounding branching off from the normal everyday paintings of landscapes..he was an expressive painter
To evaluate and critique visual artworks.
The people that commissioned the artist were mostly the owners of the church/building!!! Hope that helped
You become an artist because you feel you have the talent and the urge. So did Picasso.
Like many famous artists Dali hade the creative urge - he just must create artworks!
16,796 catalogued artworks according to the Online Picasso Project.
Between 1895 and 1973.
Chuck Close was inspired by his artworks, due to it being the only thing that made him happy...
Julian Opie an artist who takes pictures of people and then turns them into art that sort of looks like a cartoon portrait. He is a contemporary artist and he uses computerised imagery to create his artworks. Julian Opie is a British artist famous for his work on the BlurGreatest Hits album cover.
In Munich, Moscow, Dessau, and Paris.
Jason Mecier used food as inspiration and makes food out of her artworks.
Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec created artworks in Paris that featured dancers.
Painted them. She had many self-portraits and she used a mirror.
yes of course yes of course Burton Morris the Pop Artist mainly uses Acrylic on Canvas for his works. Currently he is working with technology in order to create his work on interactive LCD screens that create artworks that will interact with viewers.