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Why You Should Invest in Female Artists

Jenny Saville's self-portrait in the nude.
Article by Rianna Last It’s a tale as old as time. For centuries, female artists and their contributions have been consistently underrepresented and undervalued across the world. In the U.S., artwork by women is less likely to be shown in art museums, galleries, and auction houses than those by men, and is also at a disadvantage when it comes to […]
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Renting Artwork is In – Why You Should Hop on the Trend

Bailarinas | Fine Art for Rent | Artlita
Article by Leily Zhu By now, everyone is getting a little too used to the insides of their homes. Cabin fever grows day-by-day, and even homebodies are nearly ready to fly the coop. Those same old walls you stare at day-in and day-out need some spicing up. What better way to add that much-needed flair than sprucing up your environment […]
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Wall Art and Print Substrate Options

Frozen Beauty by Zim Killgore
Empty walls are great for new beginnings, but the task of filling the space can be intimidating, especially when you don’t have a clear vision of what will best complement the space. Too often, when people try to accomplish this on their own, it can result in a less-than-stellar end result, so you may want to consider free art advisory. […]
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Mexican Artists Matter

The year 2020 hasn’t been easy, but amidst all the chaos that has ensued, there has been a ripple of positive change across America. Thanks to a rise in national activism, the art world has taken an active stance on artist representation within its communities. Across the country, art communities are committing to recognizing those who have been historically underrepresented […]
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The Connection Between Art and Health

Uplifting Art in a Medical Office Waiting Room
Despite their cleanliness, hospitals have an unpleasant reputation including stark white walls, overwhelming scents of disinfectants, and feelings of emptiness. They will never be a desirable location to spend time, and unfortunately, that is very unlikely to change. However, this doesn’t mean actions haven’t been taken to brighten the atmosphere and make your time spent in many facilities more enjoyable. […]
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Artlita Hires Six Employees During Pandemic

Founded back in May of 2019, Artlita LLC started off as a passion project for Aleta Daria. Switching over from twenty years in the healthcare industry, Aleta wanted to pursue her longtime dreams of a creative career. Thus was born Artlita LLC. An online art gallery, Artlita works to support others who hope to succeed in the creative industry. Now, […]
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Art’s Effect on Happiness

Frozen in Time - Original by Becky Black shows color effects on mood and power of color psychology
Think back to all those times you were an artist in your childhood.  When your finger paintings were hung up on the refrigerator in preschool. When you created figurines out of play-dough in elementary school. When you doodled in your notebook while your teacher droned on in middle school. As we grow older, the time we spend enjoying art seems to […]
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What is a Giclée and Why is It Valuable?

Limited Addition Fine Art Painting
Since the beginning of our existence, human life has shifted, progressed, and revolutionized, and the art world has followed suit. It used to be that once an art piece was sold, that was it. The buyer had the one and only version, and that’s all the world would get. With giclée printing, that is no longer the case. You no […]
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Elevating Black Artists

Elevating Black Artists
The Black Lives Matter movement has taken the U.S. by storm in recent weeks, bringing about societal transformations as epic as state name changes to radical shifts in leadership at major corporations. Notably, one important—yet less discussed—aspect in which African American lives have touched the U.S. lies in the arts, but whose heavy influence has gone unrecognized for decades. As […]
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How to Try Art Virtually on Your Walls

I don’t know about you but I for one have been looking around my home at all the things I’d like to improve, or organize, since I’ve had more time at home due to social distancing.  I’ve gardened, purchased area rugs, moved furniture and hung new art – all of which have helped me feel more content in my cozy […]
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