David & Dolores Creative Studio has made the decision to publish open editions only, and not to publish limited editions. It is our position that open editions represent the future of fine art printing and better represent an artwork’s true aesthetic, financial and social value.Continue reading “Why We Don’t Sign or Number Our Art Prints”
It is perfectly natural to want to show off your home after a stylish makeover. However, there are times when discretion is the better part of glamour. Like inheriting money, winning the lottery or closing a shady business deal, the last thing you want to do is brag about it to the neighbors.Continue reading “Don’t Be a Peacock”
Want to keep the kids off your lawn? Or on it? Trying to keep relatives from visiting your home? Looking for ways to keep the cool crowd coming back? Or perhaps you just prefer to explore the rich, introspective imagery and colors of goth-themed interior design.Continue reading “Goth Design and Decor”
“Nobody says Picasso, the male artist.” — Patti Smith.
From time to time, men need to be reminded that we are not the default gender. Women have never been a “niche” demographic in the history of arts, crafts and design. They have just been a niche in the minds of the historians. To ensure that women receive proper representation in the historical catalogue of great art, women’s voices must be heard during the process of its curation.Continue reading “Women’s Voices in the Art Catalogue”
With a light now visible — if barely — at the end of the pandemic tunnel, society finds itself torn between a healthy desire for social distancing and a not-so-healthy case of cabin fever. In response, the art world is taking a few hesitant steps toward resuming the physical art shows and fairs that play a critical role in creating relationships between artists, collectors, galleries and communities.Continue reading “Art Shows Struggle to Reopen During Pandemic”
What’s the difference between learning algebra and selling accessories? Apparently it’s less than we think. The physical spaces required for both share striking similarities.Continue reading “Designing Educational Spaces”
Even an activity as seemingly innocuous as interior home design can raise some thorny issues about the effects of commercialization on indigenous or diaspora art forms.Continue reading “Cultural appropriation and exclusion in the décor world”