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Why Science Tells Us To Create

Did you know that making art can make you smarter, happier, and more focused? It’s true: not only does playing with clay or doodling pictures of your dog result in some incredible artwork, the act of making can improve your life in several ways. From boosting the brain to mending your mood, you’ll be surprised what art can add to your human experience. Art is what drive us at Art.com, after all, and we’re passionate…





Listening to: A Piece of Work with Abbi Jacobson

Abbi Jacobson’s hilarious Broad City character (named Abbi) is a perpetually struggling artist in New York City. And that’s not something she just made up for the show. Jacobson studied art before getting into comedy and acting – background she gives us in the first episode of her new podcast A Piece of Work, produced by MoMA and WNYC Studios. I first heard of the podcast as a promotion by another one podcast I…





Six summer art activities for your kids before school begins

Summer break is wrapping up and soon it’ll be back to the books. And guess what: art helps kids succeed in school. According to PBS, when kids regularly participate in the arts, they’re much more likely to win academic awards and participate in math and science fairs. So before jumping back into school, here are some ideas to get their minds warmed up by thinking creatively with art. Participate in museum summer art activities…





Art.com Insider Kira Wampler: Monet’s Gardens

My new role at Art.com has me on the road meeting with our team, and it was hard to pass up the opportunity to connect with our fabulous crew in Venray, Netherlands. Combining that with spring break meant a family trip to London, Paris, and Amsterdam. As we planned the trip, we thought a lot about what kind of experience we wanted our family to have. We’re not big on “see everything in a day…





Color Trend: Gilver & Greige

Gold + Silver + Gray + Beige That’s the equation of the latest color trend to emerge on the home décor scene. We’re breaking it down with stylish art and accessories to put you ahead of the curve. Muted metallics and a neutral palette create a polished look with just a touch of sparkle. Mixing these soft, shimmering shades is the key to achieving a look that goes beyond traditional gold and silver pairings. Look…





Mesmerizing Patterns Found In Nature

You don’t have to visit a museum to appreciate art when it’s already all around you. Pay attention to your environment, and you’ll see the creativity in everything! Here, we share a few of our favorite photographs of art and patterns in nature. PeacockSpiderman, YouTube Peacock Spiders Known for their wild dancing and flamboyant colors, Peacock Spiders truly are the show-offs their names imply. Photographic Print by Michael Nolan  Clown Fish Nemo…





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