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Artists used to get great exposure, back in the day. Now they're fighting for more.
Does Puppygate Affect the Best Artist Hugos? Observations by a Hugo Loser.
I have to confess, reporting on a convention is usually crazy fun for me. It's an occasion for legitimate name-dropping of all the new...
One-Of-A-Kind: Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. Maybe you want to buy it anyway....
Nostalgia: it motivates us to pay far to much for memories. Better hope there's a secondary market....
It's a sad day when your art collection has to go on sale. Don't compound the problem - do it with a plan.
Paul Alexander's art is being snapped up by collectors
Fantasy art for consumers - pop culture fantasies
Well, I'm home from the front lines, back from the "trenches" filled with Imaginative Realism - and the reunion was an unqualified success! I say...
It seems like only yesterday (in fact, it WAS only yesterday) that I turned in the last of my postings on the 72nd Worldcon:...
Part 3 of Jane's con report on Loncon3 - the good, the bad and the art.
If you missed Loncon3, here's your chance to catch up!
A con report on the biggest Worldcon ever. So bit that Jane's report needs three parts. Here's part one.
Rosana Azar, an artist immune to commissions who "paints from the inside out".
The art of speaking "art", or, the art world's version of technobabble.
Translating art babble, one word at a time.
Without light, can there be art?
The language of art collecting can be strange, wonderful and at times totally mystifying to outsiders. It's a vocabulary rife with very specific descriptors...
Where's Fred Gambino? Premiering a new art book at this year's Worldcon!
A trip down memory lane - with art catalogs!
It's hard to believe that we met Alan 28 years ago - I think it was his first SF Worldcon - In Atlanta, GA. ...
You may be wondering what inspired my ongoing series "Where are they Today?" - postings which shed light on the doings of artists whose...
A conference on alien contact inspires a change in careers
The artful collector talks about illustrations, and the blurred line between private and commercial art.
A look at artist Mark Harrison and his move towards imaginative realism in his work.
A look at building a collection of SF/F art in the modern era.
A discussion about collectors who change WHAT they collect, over time.
A look at "fine art" from SF/F illustrators.
The Artful Collector explores the artliness of knick-knacks.
A look at Walter Velez's art and current projects.