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Biophilia Design: The Effect of Nature in Art

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“Over the last quarter century, case studies have documented the advantages of biophilic experiences, including improved stress recovery rates, lower blood pressure, improved cognitive functions, enhanced mental stamina and focus, decreased violence and criminal activity, elevated moods, and increased learning rates.” –Terrapin Bright Green, Introduction: The Economics of Biophilia, 2018. When it comes to stress […]

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Commissioning a Mural with Art Force

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Murals are an excellent way to transform your walls while adding character to your work, health or multi-family environment. Commissioning a mural can have a dramatic impact when added to a space, and it’s no surprise that murals are becoming increasingly popular in the workplace. Murals often inspire creativity, which is something that can greatly benefit […]

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Guest Blogger Owen Brown: Paying Attention, and the Path of Painting

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Owen Brown is an artist and Art Force MSP showcase member currently living in Minneapolis whose work has been shown nationally. Last year we featured Brown’s essay, Autobiography in Art, and Transmission, Interpretation, Transgression, exploring the ever evolving interaction of ideas and people throughout art’s history. Enjoy his newest piece, Paying Attention, and the Path of Painting: Last […]

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Artist of the Month: Karen Wilcox

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We are pleased to announce that Karen Wilcox is our September Artist of the Month. Karen is a mixed-media artist working in painting, sculpture, and video. She explores feminine wisdom and strength while questioning gender biases. Inspiration for her work comes from religion, myth, feminism, and the subconscious. Below we discuss Karen’s personal background and […]

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Mural Monday: The Tortoise & Harriet

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Mural Monday: Dulk in Denver We are back with another Mural Monday. The Spanish street artist, Dulk, recently created a mural in Denver, Colorado for the street art festival, The Crush. The brightly colored, highly illustrative piece has a contemporary take on the classic story “The Tortoise and the Hare.” One of Aesop’s Fables, the […]