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Landscape paintings have always been enthralling and captivating pieces to view. Created in a variety of different styles, from vividly realistic to abstract, they offer the viewers an opportunity to escape, respite, or just look and contemplate for a while. In this blog post, we are happy to share with you several compelling works by Tad Retz, a young and talented artist who enjoys creating landscapes in a variety of media.

Compelling Landscape Paintings by Tad Retz

Tad Retz is primarily a self-taught artist painting by day and studying art masterpieces by night. He learned color values and compositions from Old Masters and spent much of…


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Moving to another home is a challenging process, and a helping hand is usually more than welcome. People start to realize that when it comes to packing and moving glass items that require extra care. These may include glassware, mirrors, chandeliers, decorative objects, and more. Often, such items are quite expensive and are difficult to replace, not to mention that cleaning broken shards of glass is never fun. In this blog post, we want to focus on the process of moving breakables and give you some tips on how to pack glass when relocating to another home.

How to Pack Glass When Moving to Another Home?

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Why do we all lose touch with our inner child over the years? Does it happen because of too many noises and the explosive growth of information that distracts us from our core values and integrities? How to get in touch with our inner essence again and give it a voice? All these questions became the basis for the main idea lying behind “Aberration of Inner Child,” the newest experimental glitch video art piece presented by Arezou Ramezani at the Platform 101 ongoing exhibition “Glitch Art: Pixel Language.”

Aberration of Inner Child: Glitch Video Art by Arezou Ramezani

Arezou Ramezani is an animator, painter, glitch artist, and graphic designer. She…


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Whether you are an art collector, gallery owner, or artist, you are likely to face many challenges when transporting sculptures to another location, especially over a long distance. Sculpture transportation has never been easy, and this applies not only to bulky and oversized pieces but also to smaller ones with odd shapes. Such sculptures are usually surprisingly delicate and, therefore, require a special approach to handling and packing. So how to pack and ship a sculpture of a bizarre shape?

How to Pack and Ship a Sculpture of a Bizarre Shape?

Different artworks require different packing techniques. However, there are still several common steps for most packaging methods. For example, paintings…


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It is no secret that yoga is both a science and an art. Yoga merges these two pillars of human creativity and innovation in the same way it unites the body, spirit, and mind. Based on the practice of physical exercise, relaxation, breath control, meditation, positive thinking, and diet control, yoga gives people numerous health benefits and helps take a step toward a conscious lifestyle. In this post, we are delighted to tell you about one very special person who has found his calling exploring all possible directions in yoga and who is now striving to share his experience with…


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Neon art is a relatively new form of art that is still emerging, with new technologies and techniques appearing each year. It started as a new exciting media used in advertising but over the years has grown into something bigger and more glamorous, becoming a fascinating subject for inspired creatives. Today, neon art is an integral part of the work of many talented contemporary artists, both emerging and well-established. David Drebin, Robert Montgomery, and Lauren Baker are just some of those who create incredible neon art installations to the delight of art lovers around the world. …


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David Drebin, Cover of the book “Collectors Edition” © David Drebin / teNeues

David Drebin, one of the most renowned contemporary artists, has released his new epic masterpiece titled Collectors Edition. The book, which represents a unique portfolio of Drebin’s 50 most iconic works, comes in a limited edition of 500 numbered and signed copies. With its high-quality reproduction of the photographs, luxurious features, and XXL format, this exceptional oversized monograph is a work of art in its own right. Collectors Edition is available in English, German, and French.

Collectors Edition: 50 Most Iconic Works by David Drebin

David Drebin (b. 1970) is a New York-based multidisciplinary artist known for his dramatic artworks combining psychological and voyeuristic viewpoints. After graduating from NYC’s…


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At Fine Art Shippers, we specialize in art installations of any kind and can offer smart solutions for art projects of any size. We are here to help hotels, restaurants, galleries, private apartments, and other venues look stylish and welcoming and advise on how the artwork should be placed to add to the overall atmosphere of the space. Fine Art Shippers has been providing professional art installation services for over two decades, and we have great experience in every aspect of the installation work, from picture hanging to sculpture mounting. Whatever your needs, you can rest assured that we are…


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Engaging in sustainable practices is no longer a trend followed by forward-thinking creatives and niche companies only; it has already become the standard for many. If you do some research, you will find out that sustainable art packaging, for example, is now a high priority for artists, collectors, and art lovers around the world, who try to preserve the environment and prevent the climate change apocalypse until it is too late. But is it possible to ensure the artwork’s safety without utilizing plenty of bubble wrap and packing tape? …


No matter whether you buy or sell a painting, you always need to ensure its safety and integrity during transportation. The art of shipping paintings and canvases is a subtle science that, at first glance, may seem an insurmountable challenge for novice art collectors and emerging artists. Frankly speaking, it’s neither a piece of cake nor a pain in the neck. Everything you need is some basic knowledge and coherence in thought and action. This short guide will help you go through a humdrum routine and ship your art without wasting much time and energy.

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A short guide to shipping paintings and canvases

1. Measure the artwork

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Ilya Kushnirskiy “Fine Art Shippers”

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