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Art in Quarantine

When Coronavirus hit the United States earlier this year, I knew that Mexico would suffer greatly as well. Tourism would be affected, businesses would close, our normal cycles disturbed. For the first time in many years, I worried about the future. “Could it be that people will stop buying art?” I wondered. “If financial markets…

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It is almost November. The year really flew by. I have been enjoying spending time with my son Nicolas, taking care of the garden and the house, writing a bit (two books in the works – a short commentary to help young artists, and a book of short stories with spiritual undertones) and of course,…

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ORIGINALLY WRITTEN IN MAY 2012.   I am an artist, which means that I like to create – visually, musically, or verbally… It doesn’t matter. I live my life in order to create, and I get my sense of fulfilment when I am being creative. If I am not being creative, I have a tendency…

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Why Machines Will Never Create Art

Machines can beat humans at chess, but how is that different from creating a work of art? It may be necessary to first define what a work of art is. Merriam-Webster gives the following definition: Art is the conscious use of skill and creative imagination especially in the production of aesthetic objects. The key word…

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New Website Launch

You may have noticed this site has been under construction. That’s because it was being redesigned from scratch to make it more user friendly, more responsive on phones and tablets, better organized, and more packed with features…

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