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DISRUPTED Artist Feature: Sugery Reveron

DISRUPTED: An online exhibition in collaboration with WO Foundation exploring aspects of disruption and interference in our everyday life. From social and political unrest, technological innovation, to psychological trauma, we have experienced a disturbance in the way we experience life. Disruptions come when we less expect them and often have a way of awakening new ways of looking at the world. WO Foundation artists were invited to interpret the idea of disruption in their own context and submit to this exhibition artworks that explore this concept.

Art Nxt Level wants to feature some of the talented artists that created meaningful and timely work for this show. Sugery Reveron discusses the unique difficulties of women in art and the how the pandemic allowed her to delve deeper into her art practice in new ways. 

Can you speak a bit about your experience as a female artist? 

Sugery: As a female artist I have felt the struggle of being in a field...

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DISRUPTED Artist Feature: Rosanna Gaddoni

DISRUPTED: An online exhibition in collaboration with WO Foundation exploring aspects of disruption and interference in our everyday life. From social and political unrest, technological innovation, to psychological trauma, we have experienced a disturbance in the way we experience life. Disruptions come when we less expect them and often have a way of awakening new ways of looking at the world. WO Foundation artists were invited to interpret the idea of disruption in their own context and submit to this exhibition artworks that explore this concept.

Art Nxt Level wants to feature some of the talented artists that created meaningful and timely work for this show. Rosanna Gaddoni shares how the pandemic has effected her life in many ways and what her piece, "Trapped", represents to her. 

Can you speak a bit about your experience as a female artist?

Rosanna: I decided to embrace a commitment in art as an adult and after a corporate career, and I have seen in...

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DISRUPTED Artist Feature: Lee Morrison

DISRUPTED: An online exhibition in collaboration with WO Foundation exploring aspects of disruption and interference in our everyday life. From social and political unrest, technological innovation, to psychological trauma, we have experienced a disturbance in the way we experience life. Disruptions come when we less expect them and often have a way of awakening new ways of looking at the world. WO Foundation artists were invited to interpret the idea of disruption in their own context and submit to this exhibition artworks that explore this concept.

Art Nxt Level wants to feature some of the talented artists that created meaningful and timely work for this show. Lee Morrison is the artist behind the piece "Against All Odds". In this interview, Lee shares her thoughts on disruption and a piece of what art making has meant to her. 

In context of the show, how would you describe disruption? 

Lee: It’s been an epic event that has challenged us all in terms of our...

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From Your Studio to the World Challenge [Preview]

 

You want your art to be seen, appreciated and collected in the physical and online world but you know how difficult it is to get ahead. therefore, you need to join From Your Studio to the World challenge starting the week of April 11. This is your last chance!

Click HERE to register for the challenge.

 

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From My Studio to Yours: New Artist's Opportunities Live Chat with Sergio

 

Join the From Your Studio to the World Challenge

CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP: https://www.theartistnextlevel.com/studio

Challenge Begins April 11, 2022

 

In this video I recommend the following resources:

Find great opportunities and tools to organize your art career at @artworkarchive 

Use Augmented Reality technology in your art with @artiviveapp 

Find opportunities for exposure with @visionaryartcollective 

Host online shows and get tools to get market your art with @artplacer.app 

Join a community for women artists who share opportunities for exposure and learning at @wo_foundation 

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On the Next Level: Justin Vasey

On the Next Level is a series of interviews that features artists of the Art Nxt Level academy. The artists share their stories of how the academy has impacted their careers as well as share the exciting projects they have been working on. These artists have made the most of their experience and have taken their careers to the next level. In this interview, lover of color Justin Vasey gives a glimpse of what's next for his artistic endeavors. 

It’s safe to say that you love color. Your Pantone series is about to reach its one year mark. These small paintings pack a punch of delight and are never boring to look at. Do you plan to continue growing your Pantone series? 

Justin: Thank you, I do plan on painting more Pantone cards just not everyday. It is hard to believe that it has been a year since I started. I am happy I committed to that project. I learned a lot about movement, trusting myself, and color.

The abstracted landscapes from your Reflections series are...

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On the Next Level: Christy De Witt

On the Next Level is a series of interviews that features artists of the Art Nxt Level academy. The artists share their stories of how the academy has impacted their careers as well as share the exciting projects they have been working on. These artists have made the most of their experience and have taken their careers to the next level. In this interview Christy de Witt shares about her challenges and victories as well as what’s to come in the world of Witty Art.

 

At the end of 2021 your work was published in "100 Artists, 100 Poets on Katendrecht" by Art Collective Werklicht. Congratulations on this publication! What was your initial reaction of work being accepted and then finally seeing your work in this book? 

Christy: I was thrilled! Firstly, because the original concept was already awesome enough: a window art exhibition during the summer, this enabled many people to see and enjoy all the art and poetry in a coronaproof and safe manner. But then the...

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On the Next Level: Calina Hiriza

On the Next Level is a series of interviews that features artists of the Art Nxt Level academy. The artists share their stories of how the academy has impacted their careers as well as share the exciting projects they have been working on. These artists have made the most of their experience and have taken their careers to the next level. In this article Calina Hiriza shares about her process and upcoming plans. 

Your last series, Winter Intervals, is a calm and colorful journey through the coldest and quietest months of the year. What can your audience expect to see thematically in your next body of work? Or are you taking a different approach to what you might currently be working on?

Calina: During the first months of the current year, I will be delving deeper into the dialogue with the raw materials, acrylic paint in my case. Thinking of color theory, I plan to employ a more methodical approach to the color spectrum, with the goal of creating additional depth through...

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On the Next Level: Nancy Natow Cassidy

On the Next Level is a series of interviews that features artists of the Art Nxt Level academy. The artists share their stories of how the academy has impacted their careers as well as share the exciting projects they have been working on. These artists have made the most of their experience and have taken their careers to the next level. In this article painter Nancy Natow Cassidy shares her latest accomplishments in her art career. 

In 2021 you had group shows, solo shows, installation projects, and art walks. Looking back, what was your favorite project of the year and what do you hope or plan to do more of this year? 

Nancy: I think my favorite project of the year was my Tar Lines Installation, because it was something I had been seeing and thinking about for a long time, and thanks to collaborative effort, was able to make a reality. It was wonderful to see people interacting with the piece, especially after being in lock-down for Covid.  I also really loved the...

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It’s OK to say No!

wellness Jan 03, 2018

By Dr. Yanina Gomez, Mindset/Emotional Wellness Coach

Lately, it seems to me that “being busy” is an act that’s glorified and accepted as the norm. Everyone is so busy.

“There aren’t enough hours in a day!” Some may say.
We want to be productive contributors to society, stay involved, and make a difference. But, boy oh boy, our schedules are so filled up with… STUFF that not much time is left to refuel yourself. And frankly, if we’re honest with ourselves, half of the stuff filling up our schedules aren’t even things we want to do.

We all get invitations to social events, family get-togethers, corporate events, donations, volunteer work, you name it. Sometimes, there aren’t enough hours or days to keep up with all the commitments we get ourselves into. We complain that we are extremely busy and have no time to do what we really want to do which leads me to wonder…

Why do...

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