Archive for November, 2015


I  need help collaborating with other passionate people who love art and feel as if the world needs a better place for us to come together. I refuse to accept that as an artist, I cannot make my love of art my main source of income. Please help me bring this idea to reality.

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This is a portion of my business plan.

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Company Description

The social online network of bidding and leasing of artwork. Using algorithms and demographics that markets to public vendors of their respective niche; in the process creating a global archive for authenticity.

Our importance is in being the incubator for upcoming creative artists by providing a place for interations, innovation, reliable collaboration, and simplified contract protection otherwise required of a lawyer. Encouraging creativity and innovation that also supports a competitive living for creative artists.The goal is to develop a new market that also prevents the loss of value by enforcing transparency. To create a trusted brand association to every artwork by holding a level of recognition and quality. Where culture meets art and ultimately changing the urban setting.

To whom who are unsatisfied with their career and slowly wanting financial freedom to work on their own interests as an artist, vendor, or collector. Artists can conveniently sell work under particular restaurant or public areas. This will help market and advertise an artist name and work through a online archive. With an online presence and selling artwork direct to vendor, an artist can obtain more exposure and increase profits. By connectivity, artists can be commissioned personally or funded by multiple patrons for other installations or work.

Artists who are connected to a supportive community, local group or posses a broad line-up of well-known artwork, now have a competitive advantage over institutions like art galleries who have selective biases. Art prices no longer are pulled out of thin air. The artwork must be able to show prices that make sense, that they’re fair and justified with respect to certain art criteria such as the depth of the resume, the previous sales history and the particulars of the market where it sells.

There are a number of major players, but there are also countless niche artists and collectors that cater to specific demographics. The right theme is also essential; art trends change frequently like seasons, and our company helps to adapt to varying consumer tastes quickly by creating a connected and interactive community.The market is seasonal in terms of themes. Warehouses will stock up on artwork before consumers and vendors search the archive during periods of demand.In fast trends, vendors might turn to similar intercity or interstate produced artwork to supply demand.

The Internet is then an important platform for our warehouses and vendors, especially since consumers are increasingly Web-savvy and have access virtually anywhere. Therefore consumers want to quickly find information on the archive, demand for more authenticity from the art piece, and look for more artwork of relative interest.The business success depends on the skills, resources, the information of the artists, its vendors, art collectors and that information shared online. Checks and balances the company places to ensure for an honest art market.


Products and Services

In the late 19th Century, physician and art collector Giovanni Morelli developed a technique, which seeks to distinguish individual artists and workshops by idiosyncrasies or repeated stylistic details that arise in their works. Morelli recognized that an artist, upon reaching a level of proficiency, develops formulas in the creation of figures, which maintain consistency and are sustained throughout his life, even as his style evolves. Through close study of these repeated details, formulas are identified and mapped. This allows the company to readily identify evidence of the hand of a particular painter in a work like a detective matching fingerprints. The painting’s features are then matched with the unique formulas by which the painter is known.This technique came to be known as “Morellian Analysis,” and will be a widely used practice in the company for fine art attribution and authentication. Although Morellian Analysis is sometimes called a scientific technique, it relies to some degree on the experience of the analysis. That is why there is an importance of online crowdsourced cross examination for verification.

Provenance refers to the ownership history of a particular work of art. In today’s increasingly complex and evolving art world, provenance is a powerful means of supporting an authenticity claim. For provenance to serve the purpose of establishing that a work of art is authentic, it must contain the entire and uninterrupted chain of ownership from the artist’s hand to the present day. Every owner of the artwork and every day since its creation must be accounted for and documented. It is this complete record of where the artwork has been during its entire life. Completing this timeline is a very complicated task for one art buyer/consumer. Overseen by the public, its online resources and a set of checks with Morellian analysis, our company can produce a highly accurate assessment of a painting’s authenticity. With a detailed examination we can also determine the age, origin and materials of a work. Art buyers, collectors and now vendors and consumers are self assured but don’t need to dedicate too much energy or resources in order to set entry into the art market.


Product Choices

Artist names, in particular with a good reputation for quality, style or value will always be more in demand. Product offerings include the features, sizes, In addition to referring to the technique used (photography, sculpture, decorative arts, etc), the term medium can also refer to the substance or material the artistic work is made from (paint, paper, clay, etc. ).Form, genre and style are all ways of beginning to define a work of art, to further narrow it down.

An art form is the specific shape or quality an artistic expression takes, often influenced by the medium used. A genre is a set of conventions and styles within a particular medium – such as western, horror and romantic comedy films. The style of an artwork, artist, or movement is the distinctive method and form followed by the respective art. Often a style is linked with a particular historical period, set of ideas, and particular artistic movement, and a particular style may have specific cultural meanings. This pride of ownership of local artwork encourages social responsibility and a diverse art community.

A vendor’s sales-per-square-foot is an important metric that the company measures to efficiently utilize a vendors wall space and product choices.These sales and interactions do not entail expensive storefronts by utilizing the wall space already available or accessible.One-size-fits-all nature involves lower costs for smaller canvases than do large canvases. As large canvases can be selective to accommodate and are associated as a premium to display. An attractive sell to clientele that requires a different specialized lobby atmosphere. An Art Enthusiast
will have a constantly accommodating online resource for the ever evolving art world.



The company must deliver the appropriate messages to get the public interest and prompt to purchase, display, bid or rent products within the year. As the art becomes the conversation, vendors become the companies advertisement for brand recognition. Not all our customers are individual consumers. Businesses are also customers that purchase various services and products. Business owners and managers read different types of publications aside from the consumers.Either it be online(public) or through subscription. Our company must also have the types of publications our target market reads on top of continually updating our archives for businesses. An online presence may create exposure but a website that is easy for consumers and vendors to navigate, order/rent/bid  is also important for the commercial success of the company. Business owners are the company’s vendors. Vendor applicants are taken online. Our vendors are the biggest promoters for the company.



Distributed locally as a priority which benefits the local art community. Although foreign artists bring more competition to the sector, Artists in the Industry can be specialized in order to help create product differentiation in the secondary market.
Importance in signing the back of the frame of all the immediate people that commissioned the work; family name, agency, and group for authenticity. This adds a layer of interest in content through history as well a form of verification through online sources.

The Company must know how to correctly identify key customers and locations to be successful online. Some vendors may want higher-quality products. Others may be more price-sensitive. The Market needs to determine acceptable price ranges for vendors who are price sensitive. Based on customer demographics and looking into the past views or transactions, an algorithm predicts easily the buyers interests.

A higher art to vendor association compliments theme/branding and leads to an increase customer base. Where customers have a positive atmosphere experiences, there are likely more interaction and transactions. Restaurants or vendors grow an investment to the artwork and branding, often attracting more connected customers.Therefore publicly only in the hands of vendors or public galleries. The prestige of ownership among vendors increases especially for high profile artwork.
Restaurants focusing on a lunch crowd located in or around a financial district, may choose a more cultural genre as it ties to the area as a cultural hub. Focusing efforts in specific art hubs by giving high credit incentives.The goal is to display artwork of social and cultural significance. The key to profit is to create a value for art by encouraging public interactions.



  • Customer Art exposure may increase sales and profits.
  • Online profile creates artist interactions within their community.
  • Creates an exposure for the artist or artwork.
  • Highlights the local art community.
  • The publics interests and demands gives an idea for market pricing.
  • Artist to local vendor drop off creates for a more personalized connection with the artwork.
  • The company’s public exposure of artwork and its validation methods creates for a brand of authenticity for the industry.
  • Encouraging for a following or patrons to do online charitable donations to specialized artists.
  • Privately owned art pieces can now be put in the market and get a true market value.
  • Encourages patrons or app users to do an audio commentary or a audio representation of displayed artwork.
    a.To ensure audio commentary is more likely to be a positive note or of constructive criticisms, allow patrons to leave audio commentary only after donating.
    b.For every time a user donates, the user is able to leave an audio commentary.
    c.For any unused audio comments, he/she is able to accumulate the amount unused.
  • Our companies personal networking integrates all parties interests, simplifies contract law, commercial codes, licensing, terms and conditions.
  • Investing in personnel in the creative arts industry, along with different layers of support like community recognition, to help build a strong and supportive industry.
  • The leased artwork gives a feeling of shared personal ownership within the community for the success and healthy diversity of the local artists and businesses.


Unlike artists from previous generations, artists today are more in danger of:

  • Intellectual property infringement, violating an owner’s exclusive rights to intangible assets such as musical, literary, or artistic works
  • Copyright infringement, the use of works under copyright, including reproducing, distributing, displaying, or performing the copyrighted work without permission
  • Patent infringement, using or selling a patented invention without permission from the patent holder, typically for commercial purposes
  • Trademark infringement, a violation of the exclusive rights attaching to a trademark without the authorization of the trademark owner or licensees
  • Very selective art institutions
  • Very little incentives or patrons to support your work


Some of the reasons to officially register artwork through the website:

  • Registration creates a public record of your copyright and ownership (more proof in court)
  • Registration is the first step required before you can sue someone for infringement
  • Registration often increases the amount you can sue for


Other reasons to register:

  • You’ve created something especially valuable like self branding.
  • You plan on selling the copyright or license of your art to someone else with legal assistance
  • Artists have access to not just retail profiles but also company profiles who want to purchase artwork as instillations, and other collaborations – without giving up control of your rights.
  • Online profile allows for crowd sourced patronages


These walls I occupy.

Remote and inaccessible from outside.

Blank white walls embrace.

Desolate and vulnerable,

locked in from inside.

Caved in with secrecy and silence,

Speaks my mind and no one hears.

A written letter Never sent.

In this room I hide.

I can see only myself whithin these four walls.

Empty, filled with no sound.

Solitude becomes reassuring.

I placed a roof and called it home.


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Painted Poetry

Posted: November 12, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Art is painted poetry and
truth is it’s authority.

We are a society
full of different perspectives.

To a space
where minds can create,
hands stop to take me away.

To a place
art becomes materiel of our reality.

Complementary brush strokes of our best and worst qualities.

Open your eyes to inspiration.
Your creation holds our discovery.

Without art we are unfinished and a distorted memory.