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10 Most Famous Sculptors and Their Greatest Masterpieces

#10 FERNANDO BOTERO Nationality: Colombian Fernando Botero’s father died when he was four. In his youth, he...

Hoyt exhibit showcases ‘Art as Dialogue’

Arts & Education at the Hoyt will present “Stir the Conversation: Art as Dialogue” from Nov. 9 through Jan. 9 in the...

The Berlin Philharmonic and their Digital Concert Hall – The Artsology Blog

The Berlin Philharmonic (“Berliner Philharmoniker“) is currently offering free access to their collection of concerts and films as a public service to all...

Rock art face effigies found in the Ozarks – The Artsology Blog

We continue to get emails from readers of the Artsology Blog with stories and pictures of rock art that have been found throughout...

redefining and celebrating Indigenous Australian women in art

* Warning: This article contains graphic language that may upset some readers, while Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers...

South Africa’s towering healer, prophet and artist Credo Mutwa

Mkhulu VusamaZulu Credo Mutwa’s name foretold the role that this towering South African healer, prophet and artist was to...

Seeing social distancing in unexpected places – The Artsology Blog

I went out for a walk in my neighborhood this afternoon, to get some fresh air and to try to get my mind...

My Sculpture Blog: The “Woody” Worry-Stone

Introducing my "Woody" Worry-Stones. As work on The DoT edition winds down, I had been gearing up to start some larger projects. But a...

A positivity rock garden in the age of coronavirus – The Artsology Blog

I was walking my dogs today in Glen Ridge (NJ) when I happened upon this little rock garden alongside the curb, with a...

Compassionate Photos of Daily Life in FARC Camps, Colombia’s Largest Guerrilla Group

Federico Ríos Escobar, “Caleteo” (2016) (all images courtesy Federico Ríos Escobar)BOGOTÁ — Two pairs of legs, dressed in army camouflage and mud-covered boots,...

from kayaks and paddles to protective face shields – The Artsology Blog

Here at Artsology, we’re not just interested in paintings, sculpture, and art history … we have a great appreciation for creativity in many...

Uplifting messages from chalk drawings on sidewalks – The Artsology Blog

I went out for a walk today to get some fresh air and some exercise as a break from my coronavirus quarantine routine...