We have moved
To our website walkthearts.com
Dear Friends. We have moved for Internet search reasons (SEO = Search Engine Optimization).
We want to keep you or we will simply miss you. And a conversation on art is always good.
Therefore, click here and subscribe again on this new location > https://www.walkthearts.com/art-blog/
Looking forward to seeing you again.
Continue reading We have moved to https://www.walkthearts.com/art-blog/
Let’s see this pandemic as a propitious time to quit this whirlwind of vanity and consumerism. […] In our studio, at our easel or our desk, the time is right for deepening personal truths, so essential for future artistic endeavors. The time is favorable for revamping our own publications including our artistic statements and websites. The time is appropriate to devote ourselves to serious art readings. In brief, a time to search, a time to find a new equilibrium. Continue reading COVID-19 and Your Art
So why do we attend a painting workshop In Tuscany, Provence or South America? We attend a workshop to learn from each other, to share our passion, to live an art experience and to enjoy the power of knowledge through creation. This is what we offer at Walk the Arts. Continue reading May I see the instructor’s works?
At Walk the Arts we aim to surpass easily-found knowledge on YouTube such as how “to mix your greens”, even “how to paint an Italian landscape”; and if you can learn the latter in a video, why attending a painting workshop in Tuscany? This reality has encouraged us to become a conduit of art knowledge, not a mere repeater of it. Continue reading Meaningful journeys.
“To conclude, if time is a juxtaposition of events, “a network of kisses”, the manifestation of the world in constant changes, why so many “artists” always paint the same subject, the same shapes; repeat the same colour schemes, the very same stories, the…? ” Continue reading The Stone and the Kiss – Time is You!