Various links to pages of interest.
MAC Art Galleries
Celebrating their 20th year in business, MAC represents many of the world’s most accomplished artists and publishes the finest quality limited edition prints for some of the art world’s major names. MAC Fine Art provides artwork to private collectors as well as other art dealers, galleries, designers, architects & consultants. MAC artist’s works are sold internationally and many works can be seen in the permanent collections of hotels, restaurants, corporations, public and private buildings, museums and luxury cruise ships.
Paintblog has been established to spread word (and image) of all the great art that can be found online. Don’t live in a city full of galleries? No time for a trip to the museum? You no longer have an excuse to not immerse yourself in the vast quantities of amazing work being created around the world. The internet is bringing that work directly to you, and it is Paintblog’s intention to help you sort through it all.
Our role in the arts community has been to provide artists with the best tools to meet their needs. This includes an obligation to provide the most complete information available on artists’ materials from our laboratory, research, and collaboration with other innovators and material scientists. Since 1980 we have been champions of the acrylic medium with the GOLDEN Acrylic brand; in 2010 we were entrusted with the legacy of an amazing oil paint, Williamsburg Handmade Oils, and in 2014 we introduced a totally modern watercolor with QoR.
Edited by artist Brett Baker, Painters' Table is a daily online magazine for artists, curators, collectors, and art goers specifically interested in painting. Featuring original reviews, artist interviews, and commentary, Painters' Table also highlights online writing about painting from around the web as it is published. Providing an archive of summaries and links to over 6000 articles, reviews, and artist interviews, Painters' Table serves as a platform for exploring blogs that focus primarily on the subject of painting.
Two Coats of Paint
About the blogazine: Launched in 2007 and nationally read, Two Coats of Paint publishes original content with an emphasis on contemporary painting and related issues. Two Coats has been sponsored by numerous museums, universities, galleries, and arts organizations including the Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum, New Art Dealers Association (NADA), School of Visual Arts, Maryland Institute College of Art, American University, and Rhode Island School of Design. In 2014 and 2016, Two Coats of Paintreceived prestigious Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writing Grants for blogging. Publisher Sharon Butler, an accomplished painter, is affiliated with the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Parsons at The New School. Two Coats of Paint is based in New York.