Bruce has signed up for the Ultimate Painting match to be held at Side Street Studio Arts on Friday, March 13 at 7:00pm. It should be a exciting night! Come cheer him on and vote for him too!
I’ve streamlined the website and applied a new theme to it. You’ll also notice the new logo. I’m making new business cards now too. I’ve got a little bit of free time at last, so I’m making the most of it.
Bruce and I are proud to be participating in the first exchange gallery show between 11th Monk3y Industries and Side Street Studio Arts. They have joined forces to present a Third Friday exhibition and performance.
EXCHANGE features the work of AZ and IL artists:
BaM!, Michelle Doherty, Francisco Garcia, Doug Hanson & Rachel Elizabeth Maley, Chris Hodge, Steven Lockwood, Lance Long, Ashley Macias, Roberto Martinez, David Metzger, Hillary Miles, Monica Robles, Jason Vucic, Michael Weyman, and more…
Friend of Dangerous Brains and excellent artist Rich Koslowski was recently targeted by a fraudulent DMCA Takedown notice. This is when someone contacts your web host claiming that the content on your site violates their copyright and demands that the host remove the pages.
The horrible thing in this case is that the person filing the claim against Rich was someone who Rich had to sue years ago for violation of his own copyright. Rich won in court and the guy apparently wasn’t happy that Rich’s page talking about the court case gets such high search engine placement. So this jerk send a takedown notice against Rich.
Rich needed to defend his claim and send in supporting evidence that his content was not in violation. He won, again, of course.
Laws like the DMCA are there to help protect artists. It’s such a shame when someone violates them the way this jerk did.
2014 simply got away from us. Here are some pieces we finished at the end of the year. Some appeared in gallery shows, a few did not.
We will have a new piece in Side Street Studio Arts Zwak! A Comic Book Event show. It’s 14 individual paintings that are grouped into two comic pages. It should be a fun show.
Hey, what happened to FineArtsGuild.com?