Here are a few art blogs/web sites Two Coats recently added to the list.
DC Art Seen: “The DC art scene is full of contemporary artists and art shows that are profound and important. DC Art Seen aims to provide professional level articles of the contemporary art shows in the DC metropolitan area. These articles will not promote or deprecate the reputation of an artist or gallery, rather they will explain what the artist is attempting to achieve and where they fit in current trends and art history. The objective is to make the contemporary art scene accessible for many who otherwise would feel excluded and to help readers decide which shows are imperative for them to see.” The blog is maintained by Ophra Paul, Deborah Elizabeth Kadish, Daniella Lager, and Alison Reilly.
Sophie Munns: Visual artist Sophie Munns lives in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. “I have spent years dipping into magazines on Art, Interiors, Design, Food, Gardens, Literature and Ideas.. reading the feature pages of papers, and novels and non fiction, at times quite avidly. Its never been aquiring the fabulous things I’d read about that mattered …it was simply breathing in what was out there, loving that there is always the new, the fresh, the re-discovered, the recycled, the reinvented. Now is, I believe, the ideal time to keep good ideas moving… and for sharing our creative resources and finer thoughts, for encouraging each other and increasing good will around us, even in small ways. …”
GeoForm: “Geoform is an online scholarly resource, curatorial project, and international forum whose focus is the use of geometric form and structure in contemporary abstract art. Geoform explores, documents and celebrates the rich diversity of style and aesthetic intent that characterizes this broad vein of contemporary abstraction. Such diversity attests to the profound resonance that geometric form and structure have had for people across time and place. Geoform is edited by Julie Karabenick. The project was collaboratively developed and formally launched in May, 2005 by Julie Karabenick (karabenick-art.net) and Howard R. Barnhart (barnhartart.com).”
Unedit My Heart: Maintained by Leah Sandals. “I’m an art writer and editor based in Toronto, and a regular contributor to the National Post, NOW Toronto and Spacing Magazine. My work has also been published in Sculpture, Flash Art, Metropolismag.com, Canadian Art, the Toronto Star and other outlets. Unedit My Heart provides a blog record of my recent published stories, as well as extended opinion and interview transcripts.”