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Some Newly Discovered Blogs

May 4, 2007
“Rhythms VII” – Acrylic on cradled masonite, 8 x 8 x 2″ – SOLD

I’m stumbling upon all kinds of fun stuff on the web as I wait for paint and gels to dry.

The Lumper is a compendium — excuse me, a pile — of art links and great place for inspiration. It’s like walking through an ArtBasel show and is put together by Thinkmule, a/k/a Jeremy Pruitt, fine artist and illustrator, who has a strange and wonderful imagination in his own right. I love his work.

While you’ve got the mouse nearby, check out Artkrush for a long and frequently-updated list of art blogs. I’ve signed up for bi-weekly updates to their ezine. Artkrush comes compliments of Flavorpill, another candy store of cultural information, billed as “filtered cultural stimuli.” So the box I checked is “Art” which means I will get Artkrush. But there are all kinds of other interesting things on the list to explore.

Speaking of filtered cultural stimuli, I’m filtering mine more and more, and part of it is turning off the inane ramblings of mainstream media. I wonder how long it will be before the TV networks realize the netizens have left the building.

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  1. Angela permalink
    May 5, 2007 11:49 pm

    WOW! I just love this one! It had a wonderful feel to it. I love it’s texture! I like how the yellow and the red meet becoming one.
    I have found alot of things on the web as well. I tell ya I think that the internet (although it can have it’s bad moments) is a wonderful way to communicate with other artists!
    Thanks for sharing!
    *HUGS*

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