Issue 001

Art Mag, Featured Artist, Issue 001

Raghava KK: “A Journey from Cartoons to Participatory Art”

Indian-born artist Raghava KK entered the world of art through self-discovery. Discovering a skill, he could be proud of in the midst of a Catholic school where he was not academically or athletically gifted; he delved into cartooning. Upon leaving school, he began a career in drawing cartoons—providing his services wherever he could, and always sharing his love of drawing with children. Not only did he teach them, but they did the same, teaching him spontaneity, laughter, and the freedom of expression.
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Art Advisory, Art Mag, Issue 001, New Collector

What Qualifies as Fine Art?

There is an old saying: “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” and this can be applied to art. Merriam-Webster defines art as “…the conscious use of skill and creative imagination especially in the production of aesthetic objects”, while Oxford Dictionaries defines it as “…the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.”
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Art History, Art Mag, Art Techniques, Issue 001

Art History Briefing: Oil Painting

For hundreds of years, oil paints have been the media of choice for fine artists for the vibrant colors and the luminous glow lent to the subject. Incorporating new techniques and materials from around the world, the allure of oils to the painter continues to gain new adherents. This versatile medium has a rich history, and its popularity has remained constant for artists as well as collectors and aficionados.
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Guide to Boring Parts of Collecting Art
Art Advisory, Art Mag, Investing in Art, Issue 001, New Collector

New Collector’s Guide to the Most Important Parts of Collecting Art

There is no doubt that collecting art is inherently exciting. The process of searching for pieces that inspire you, visiting art fairs, auction, galleries, and even museums. There is a rush of adrenaline when you have chosen the one you want, and especially in the technique of bartering or bidding at an auction. Finally, the idea of having the piece displayed somewhere in your home to show off for visitors and enhancing your residence or office.

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