Mis à jour : 14 juin 2020
To art lovers and art collectors -
Art and Patterns is my "Hub of Creativity', it's my online portfolio of handmade art and earring projects. Art has a positive effect on our mental welfare. I believe everyone can be creative, and find inspiration from viewing all types of art. I also blog to flex my writing muscles and practise my research abilities.
I create colourful abstract collages for your visual stimulation and blog to give you useful information.
Imagine this...you connect with the artist
You love the effort artists put into creating art and want to make contact with artists. You have blank wall spaces, in the living room, bedroom and office. Now is the time to take the plunge, connect with artists and fill your walls with art. In these days of global isolation, the best way to learn about the artist and make contact is to go online. Viewing artists' online portfolios and online exhibitions is a positive way of maintaining your emotional well-being. It is also a good way to be positive for the future. So here are 3 easy steps to take to connect with the artists and the work they are creating during days of isolation due to COVID-19.
Visit artists' website - it's free ( have a look through mine)
You can get to know an artist and their approach to creating art when you visit the artists' website.
If you know the name of the artist or the website, great, you can do a search and scroll through their website to get an understanding of how and why they create their work.
View their portfolios and online exhibitions to get a sense of the art style.
You learn more about the art process and understand why certain materials are used by the artist.
Be active across the website by
subscribing to newsletters
joining membership groups
adding yourself to email lists
Browsing the art portfolio
Get your name onto the artists' email list to receive artists newsletters, art sales, discounts, and opening offers.
All these actions allow you to stay connected to the artist and their work.
Artist’s like to interact with art lovers and art collectors and our websites are great visual tools for you if we cannot physically meet you. View our websites to keep up to date on what type of art we are creating.
If the artists' website is the central hub, our social media sites are our active art workshops and viewing rooms.
Our creative and visual content can be found on one of theses social media sites, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest or Twitter.
Using these sites is a great way to connect with artists when you are on the go and still want to keep in touch.
Artists who use Instagram give you a visual window to their creativity. You should connect with artists on Instagram. Joining up allows you to discover lots of different art styles and artists.
Search out artists' Facebook pages and Facebook groups to gain further information about them. Some artists run quizzes, offer prizes and create online exhibitions.
We announce our physical and online exhibition dates. Use Facebook to engage with us when we offer workshops.
Twitter is a useful source for announcements and shout-outs relating to artists' online events and sales offers on their website. Follow the artists' twitter account for updates.
Increase your knowledge about the artists' practice
The third way to discover an artists' creative style is through their blog. Artist use blogging to keep you aware of their thoughts, progress and studio art practice.
Benefits of reading the artists' blog means you get to understand...
the artist philosophy
what mediums and materials we use and why
why we create art
our creative process
why we work in a particular art style
Artists blogs helps you art lovers and collectors to connect with us artists so please enjoy reading our blogs.
So this is the end my art friend...
Thank you for getting to the end with me.
I write to encourage you, to connect with me and other artists, discover the art you love and eventually buy some art for your beautiful spaces and well-being.
So go ahead search out artists and art websites you need to discover online.
Read our blogs in between your spare moments
Feel free to commission artwork that sparks your interest and will look good in your interior spaces.
And share our artwork with other art lovers.
Feed Your Art Knowledge so Art Feeds You
I create colourful abstract collage wall art using acrylic paints and papers, inspired by my life experiences.
You develop your own interpretation and connections with my work.
Let the Art be a conversation starter.
You can view my latest Original Abstract Artwork - www.artandpatterns.com/art
Contact me if you are interested in purchasing my Artwork.