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Yann Bagot : L'heure intime du monde
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Oct 29
Par ses dessins qui se concentrent sur le végétal ou le minéral, Yann Bagot réinterprète la tradition de la représentation de la nature, en y ajoutant une pratique très performative. Car la question principale qui habite l’artiste, est bien celle de comment « rentrer » dans un paysage, qu’il aborde de manière tout autant physique qu’intellectuelle. Vernissage : vendredi, 28 octobre, 18h. Galerie Robet Dantec : 5 Place de la Grande Fontaine, 90000 Belfort.

Paradigm Shifts: Beatrice Mady and Heather Williams
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Sep 26

Paradigm Shifts: Beatrice Mady and Heather Williams presents compositions rooted in the enduring power of layers: layered imagery, textures and hues. Works on view make evident the shift that occurs when different mediums converge, whether it be digital and analog or pigment and found materials. For Beatrice Mady, the shift from digital image and composite painting forms the foundation of the compositions on view in the exhibition. In her work “Someplace Else,” the presence of repetitive motifs contrasts against a shifting color palette, providing the viewer with a concerto of mark-making and color balance. As the artist notes, the “spiritual state (latent in) dualistic elements” forms a point for shifts to occur in her works on view, ranging from photography to abstract painting. For Heather Williams, the shift in duality is present in foregrounding both, “spiritual legacy and my concerns for our environment and the well-being of Black people.” In her mixed-media work, “Black Hair is Legal Now,” the artist places pigment on the canvas along with locs of her hair, offering these strands a potent position of power encircling the center of the composition. The artist creates visual movement while referencing legal frameworks, such as the Crown Act, advanced in order to work against existing systemic racism. In her compositions, Williams incorporates – in her words – a “labyrinth of texture, movement and meaning.” The harmonious balance of dualities, their presence and absence, is potent throughout works on view in Paradigm Shifts. Curated by ANTE Curatorial. The show is open by appointment for guests (antecedentprojects@gmail.com). Zoom Virtual Tour: Mon, Oct 3, 7pm (link in bio of Instagram account: @ante__curatorial).


New Art Collective Formed by LIC Based Artists
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Sep 10
Dianne Martin, printmaker and LIC resident has opened her ground floor studio to form a new artists collective called Studio 41. Eight artists working in different mediums will be exhibiting original affordably priced artwork: textiles, pastel, printmaking, egg tempera painting, assemblage, encaustic, oil painting and ceramics. Other handmade items will also be for sale. Open Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 5, beginning September 10th. Each weekend two different artists will be present in the studio. Stop in to see someone working on an etching press, or perhaps demonstrating the way egg tempera paint is made. We hope to engage, educate and delight our new neighbors with the longstanding artist community that developed in LIC. Artists: Ann Cofta, Casey Conselmo, Nancy Gesimondo, Tina Glavan, Nancy Macina, Dianne Martin, Joachim Marx, Sheila Ross.

Remus Grecu - Praying for the snow
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Sep 08
IOMO Gallery (Bucharest, Romania) presents ‘‘Praying for the snow ’’, an exhibition by Romanian artist Remus Grecu, whose new body of work stems from this desire for hope and emphasizes, through a clever parallelism with snow, the sense of imminent extinction and ephemeral permanence of everything that permeates various aspects of our lives. Curator: Alice Zucca. Opening Reception: Thursday, 8 September, 4-10pm.

New York Latin American Art Triennial 2022
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Sep 06
The organizers and curatorial committee of the New York Latin American Art Triennial announced the launch of its 2022 edition, celebrating the incredible range of works presented by local, national and international artists from Latin American background coming together under the theme and title "Abya Yala: Structural Origins”. NYLAAT 2022 examines the various processes and forms of creation inspired by traditional methodologies, materials and concepts which were implemented during the different stages of cultural and intellectual growth in the American continent.

Standard Space Gallery : Structured Optimism
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Sep 03

Standard Space Gallery presents Structured Optimism, an exhibition featuring: Elan Cadiz, Yvette Molina, Katarra Peterson and Lina Puerte. Curated by, Douglas Turner. Opening Reception: Sat, Sep 3, 4:30-7:30pm.


Dig Where You Stand
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Aug 26
Dig Where You Stand, on view from August 26 – October 2, 2022, is the inaugural exhibition of a traveling show, taking place in several locations across Africa, including Ghana, Lagos, Nigeria, and Congo and more. Exploring the economies of colonial systems, the selected artists seek new methodologies of returning agency to vulnerable communities on the African continent.

Shout Plenty
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Aug 13
Shout Plenty, on view from August 13 – October 1, 2022, is a group exhibition featuring over 30 artists across Africa, taking place at the African Artists’ Foundation headquarters in Lagos. The exhibition nurtures a dialogue between the individual experience and collective memory, challenging institutionalised systems of control across the continent.

Reflections on Indigeneity in the Bronx
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Jun 04
Reflections on Indigeneity in the Bronx reflects on the experiences of those who practice Taíno traditions of the indigenous Caribbean inhabitants. The Bronx Women’s Photo Collective exposes this complicated past, manifested through three distinct photographic styles: fantastic realism, fine art, and documentary. Each style uncovers a story spanning conquest, colonialism, and current events. Featuring: Lizzy Alejandro, Sandra Ayala, Rhynna M. Santos. Curator: Rhynna M. Santos.

Flora & Fauna
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated May 14
Flora & Fauna features scientific illustrations by College of San Mateo digital media students.

SAFFCA.EU : Inaugural exhibition
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Apr 26

Artistes : Yann Bagot, Christoper Coppers, Denmark, Clement Garnung, Kendell Geers, Themba Khumalo, Harold Lechien, Benon Lutaaya, Gherard Marx, Lwandiso Njara, Mohau Modisakeng, Mfundo Mthiyane, Robin Rhode, Barbara Schroeder, Usha Seejarim, Xavier Servas, Chris Soal, Renaud Suanez, Kwezi Strydom, Mohammed Thara, Michel Tombroff. Lieu : Abbaye de la Cambre, 17, Bruxelles.


Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara : Alcántara, an artist in prison
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Apr 22

A solo exhibition featuring the work of Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara, Cuban artist in prison, curated by Claudia Genlui, curatorial consulting and planning, Rochi Llaneza.


Rony Plesl : Trees Grow from the Sky
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Apr 21
Collateral Event of the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia : The House of Art Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic is proud to announce Rony Plesl’s exhibition Trees Grow from the Sky, an official collateral event of the 59th La Biennale di Venezia, on view from April 23 to November 27, 2022. Created by Czech artist and sculptor Rony Plesl, the site-specific installation will unveil four large-scale glass sculptures in the Chiesa di Santa Maria della Visitazione in the Dorsoduro district with views of the Giudecca Canal. They are developed using an unprecedented and unique glass casting technology, allowing the creation of grand glass sculptures without any limitations. Curated by Lucie Drdova, Prague-based art historian, gallerist, and author, the exhibition coincides with the 2022 International Year of Glass as proclaimed by the United Nations – and thus presents a timely artistic and technological exploration of the material.

Brooklyn Utopias: Along the Canal
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Apr 10
Arts Gowanus and the Old Stone House & Washington Park present Brooklyn Utopias: Along the Canal, a multi-site exhibition that will feature over 200 artists to considering what a “Utopia” (or ideal place) would look like for the communities of the neighborhoods bordering the Gowanus Canal. These include Gowanus, Carroll Gardens/Cobble Hill, and Red Hook. April 10 - June 26, 2022.

City Lore | Artists Alliance Inc. : A CETA Photographers Forum
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Mar 17
A CETA Photographers Forum : In conjunction with the exhibition ART/WORK, City Lore and Artists Alliance present the CETA Photographers Forum on Thursday, March 17 at 6:30 pm. Six New York City-based photographers--all CETA artists project alumni--come together to discuss the impact of federal funding on their personal and professional lives. Participating artists will reflect on the role of photography during CETA's in late 1970s, and how this support impacted their art careers. Moderator: Sean Corcoran, Curator of Prints/ Photographs, Mus. of City of New York. Panelists : Daniel Dawson, Nina Kuo, George Malave, Meryl Meisler, Larry Racioppo, E. Lee White.

CETA and the Feminist Art Movement
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Mar 09
In conjunction with the exhibition Art/Work, City Lore, Cuchifritos Gallery, the Women’s Caucus for Art will be hosting via Zoom, How an Almost-Forgotten Federal Program Kickstarted the Feminist Art Movement, a panel discussion. From 1974 to 1981, more than 10,000 artists, actors, writers, and musicians were employed under the federally funded Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA), in addition to 10,000 administrative art positions (museum curators, program directors, docents and guards; theatre technicians, lighting and costume designers; arts administrators and office staff). CETA especially benefited women and artists of color. Zoom Discussion Panel: Wed Mar 9, 7:30pm.

Hawai‘i Contemporary : Hawai‘i Triennial 2022
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Feb 18
Hawai‘i Triennial 2022 will be framed around the fluid concept of Pacific Century - E Ho‘omau no Moananuiākea, interweaving themes of history, place, and identity within the context of Hawaiʻi’s unique location at the confluence of Asia-Pacific and Oceania. Artists: A4 Board President Athena Robles and Anna Stein (Double A Projects), ‘Ai P_haku Press (Maile Meyer and Barbara Pope), Ai Weiwei, Richard Bell, Herman Pi‘ikea Clark, Eating in Public, ‘Elepaio Press (Richard Hamasaki and Mark Hamasaki), Chitra Ganesh, Theaster Gates, Ed Greevy and Haunani-Kay Trask, Masanori Handa, Tsuyoshi Hisakado, Ai Iwane, Michael Joo, Karrabing Film Collective, Izumi Kato, Yuree Kensaku, Sung Hwan Kim, Liu Xiaodong, Dan Taulapapa McMullin, _[mé], Miao Ying, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, N_ Maka o ka ‘_ina (Joan Lander and Puhipau), Leeroy New, Shinro Ohtake, Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio and Jonathan Kamakawiwo‘ole Osorio, Pacific Sisters, Pili_mo‘o (Mark Hamasaki and Kapulani Landgraf), Ahilapalapa Rands, Lawrence Seward, Jennifer Steinkamp, Sun Xun, Mika Tajima, Momoyo Torimitsu, TOQA (Isabel Sicat and Aiala), Tropic Editions, Gaku Tsutaja, Ming Wong, Xu Bing, Chikako Yamashiro, Justine Youssef, Zheng Bo.

Forest Art Project
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Jan 29

Le défi écologique est au cœur des engagements de la Ville d’Agen. La sensibilisation des jeunes générations au respect de la nature et de la biodiversité constitue un des enjeux majeurs de ce début de XXIe siècle. Afin d’apporter sa pierre à l’édifice, la Ville d’Agen, en partenariat avec l’association Forest Art Project, organise du 29 janvier au 30 avril 2022, à l’église des Jacobins, l’exposition "Forest Art Project". Elle réunit les oeuvres des artistes Mark Alsterlind, Naïmé Amelot, Ursula Caruel, Claude Como, Vincent Lajarige, Baptiste Lignel, Gilles Tellier, Thierry Dubreuil, Sarah Valente, Mathilde Wolff, ainsi que les dessins du botaniste Francis Hallé. Commissaire : Pauline Lisowski.


Dorsey Art Gallery : Energy Series
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Jan 23
Energy Series: Beaming, Mind Scapes, Ancestorial, Sizzling, Memory, Passion, Mystical, Gnostic and Balance. Emanating from Africa’s rich cultural heritage and legacy, Africans, African Americans, and art of the African Diaspora reach into the spiritual energy beyond earth bound limitations. A doorway to the energy of the mystical, Lamerol Gatewood’s work takes on the journey in his Energy Series. Book Signing: Sun, Jan 23, 2-5pm.

Fundraiser Art Exhibit Featuring Myanmar Artists
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Dec 09
One-of-a-kind fundraising art exhibit showcasing stunning artwork by Myanmar artists. Gallery-goers will have the opportunity to purchase the artwork on display. All proceeds will be handled by a registered non-profit organization (Better Burma) and directed towards critically needed humanitarian aid for people in Myanmar.

Homesick Philly : Black Art Auction
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Nov 29
“Homesick Philly” Black Art Auction Curated by Chill Moody And Atim Annette Oton is the first auction to celebrate Philadelphia black artists whose work speaks to the creative, vibrant stories, street, fashion and visual culture of the city.

35th Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Oct 02

Emeryville Celebration of the Arts, Inc. announces the 35th Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition, a live month-long juried exhibition featuring over 200 pieces of artwork created by 85 Emeryville artists: Jessalyn Aaland, Alla Agafonov, Fares Alwan, Suzanne Anderson-Carey, Mari Andrews, Salma Arastu, Susan Avila, Lena Badhia, Prabin Badhia, Robin Bernstein, Priscilla Birge, Linda Lee Boyd, Steve Bronson, Tavi Carpenter, Steve Chellis, Frank Cole, Cheryl Coon, Caitlin Coreris, Cesar Cueva, Corinne Manabat Cueva, Arie Dallas, Ronald Davis, Scott Donahue, Erin Fong, John Friedman, Ruth Gilmore, Marvin Granlund, Ralph Greenberg, Carl Hoard II, Ann Holsberry, Craig Hong, Archana Horsting, Cheshire Isaacs, Addie Jenkins, Jerry Jezowski, Dale Johnson, Ken Kalman, Rachel Kalman, Sarah Kobrinsky, Thérèse Lahaie, Stephen Lefkovits, John Lund, Lenore McDonald, Pam Mendelsohn, Mary Ann Merker, Juliet Mevi, James Morris, Theresa Muñoz, Michael Murphy, Yuzo Nakano, Bonnie Neumann, Jeannie O'Connor, Nora Pauwels, Michael Pope, Tamura Price, Ruth Rhoten, Laura Rifkin, Lisa Rock, Foad Satterfield, La Rae Schneider, Amitai Schwartz, William Schwob, Susan Scott, Alexis Seary, Courtney Sennish, Stephen Senter, Vickie Jo Sowell, M. Louise Stanley, Cuong Ta, Will Tait, T Tanchelev, Michael Teresko, Michelle Ternus, Michele Théberge, Kim Thoman, Bonnie Thomas, Bradley Tomy, Lynne Turner, Xan Blood Walker, Jesse Walton, Chiachen Wang, Kazuko Watanabe, John Whitehead, Derrick Williams, John W Wood, Troy Ziel. Opening Reception: Fri, Oct 1, 6-9pm, 5690 Bay Street, Emeryville, CA.


Ronnie Jiang : Fiction Sociale
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Sep 27

Ronnie Jiang combine subtilement et avec dérision les récits pour dénoncer les contradictions du monde d’aujourd’hui. Portraits réalistes et personnages de cartoons issus de cette série dédiée à la réflexion sociale se côtoient et dialoguent. Lieu : Galerie Saint Simon.


Paula Pohli : Juxtapositions
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Sep 10

Juxtapositions includes linocuts and egg tempera and watercolour paintings. The theme of the exhibition is a creative interpretation of the word juxtaposition. New art is juxtaposed with older and recent work. Paintings in different media and prints will be exhibited side by side with black and white motifs versus a coloured version; rural with cityscapes; insects with birds; bats with humans; sheds with sheds, etc. It is both academic and thoughtful, sometimes humorous. A selection of Paula's much loved older linocuts The Classics will be separately exhibited.


Calabar Gallery : Five Dope Vendors
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Aug 14
Five Dope Vendors. Harlem, NYC artists pop-up. August 14 from 3pm to 8pm
At Calabar Gallery.

Black Artists in Their Own Realm: Ideas, Materials and Techniques
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Jul 29
The exhibition explores what ways Black Artists globally are working ideas from concept to processing, using materials and techniques to evolve artwork. It will showcase a group of African, Caribbean and African American Artists whose work dig deep into ideas, materials and technique innovatively and philosophically. Artists in the Gallery: Naomi Momoh, Winfred Nana Amoah, P. Wamaitha Ng’ang’a, Burns Effiom, Tunde Odunlade, Devynity Wray, Inyang Essien, Mecca Alim, B. Musah Swallah, Hassan Kalenga (Art of Kalenga), Aklilu Temesgen, Doba Afolabi, Alexandre Kyungu, Carl E. Hazlewood, Kwesi Nyarkoh, Pamella Allen, Manon Casimor-Sainton, (Sleepyfoot?), Xavier Kelley, Faustin Adenarin, Maurice Moore, Johnson Mugabe, Kikesa Kimbwala DeRobles, Vera Tineo. Artists Online: Dayani Munoz Regular, Joseph Idowu. Curator: Atim Annette Oton.

Why Major Cities Are Experimenting with Guaranteed Income for Artists
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Jun 14
Why Major Cities Are Experimenting with Guaranteed Income for Artists

Soft Spot
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated May 24
Eve Leibe Gallery is pleased to present Soft Spot, a group exhibition featuring the works of Amelia Briggs, Mona Broschar and Manon Steyaert. The show co-curated by Cecilia Monteleone and Selena Cerami is taking place at Numeroventi in Florence, an XVI century Palazzo transformed in Artist Residency.

Art Revolution Taipei
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated May 14

Artist O. Yemi Tubi (MOYAT) has had 3 works selected as part of 388 for the Art Revolution Taipei annual exhibition in Taiwan in the month of May 2021. This is a moment to celebrate for Taiwan now has the honor to take a look at the artworks of the best thriving artists from around the world. There are estimated 4,342 pieces of artworks submitted for the 2020 International Artist Grand Prize Competition created by artists from 82 different countries. 388 outstand in this extremely competitive contest and will be exhibited from 14th May until the 17th 2021 at Art Revolution Taipei.


New York City Artist Corps
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated May 06
The $25 million program will support artists who live and work in NYC, while giving New Yorkers opportunities to experience cultural programming across the city starting this summer.

Gallery Weekend Berlin
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Apr 30
Galleries open their exhibitions by young and established artists and welcome numerous visitors from all over the world to Berlin.

Semana Del Arte ZⓢonaMaco : Ciudad de México
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Apr 27
ZⓢonaMaco presentará proyectos especiales de expositores nacionales en galerías de arte en Ciudad de México.

Caribbean Fine Art Fair Barbados 2021
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Mar 10
Join us for the 11th Edition of CaFA Fair Barbados – A Virtual Fair, scheduled from March 10 - 24, 2021. Patrons will have full online access to artwork in a range of media from over 50 artists representing the Caribbean and the African Diaspora. We will engage the audience with exciting artwork and video contributions, as well as enhance our highlighted exhibitions with virtual panels and presentations.

Arts, Entertainment and Recreation in New York City
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Feb 04
Arts, Entertainment and Recreation in New York City: Recent Trends and Impact of COVID-19

Building Equity Thru Art: Pulling From the Past to Shape our Future
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Dec 17
A four-day multicultural arts festival featuring cultural presentations, panel discussions, and workshops, highlighting immigrant, Indigenous, and Native American artists representing diverse communities of Southeast Queens.

Far Away, So Close
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Dec 01
Far Away, So Close is an exploration of attempts to create genuinely intimate spaces both in real life and virtually. Can real connection between distant actors be created despite distance? Is proximity required for human connection that challenges alienation and detachment? More importantly, as Donna Haraway has explored, how do the nodes of connectivity open the possibility, toward “pleasure in the confusion of boundaries and for responsibility in their construction” and for us to embrace “the possibilities inherent in the breakdown of clean distinctions between organism and machine”? Artists: Kaho Abe, Angela He, Bayan Kabukiwan, Death, Sex & Money, Katia Repina, Lauren Lee McCarthy, Mickalene Thomas, Mimi Ọnụọha, Pelenakeke Brown, Tamiko Thiel, The Cut.

Larissa Lockshin : Iced Rowanberries
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Nov 14
Larissa Lockshin : Iced Rowanberries. The Newsstand Project is a pop-up exhibition program founded with the aim of bolstering public exposure to emerging contemporary art. It seeks to partner with parallel projects, institutions, and galleries. Public Opening: 4pm - Sunset. 8361 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Buffer Fringe
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Nov 14
There will be two viewable socially distanced performances as well as a live stream on November 14, 2020. The Buffer Fringe Performing Arts Festival (BFPAF) was developed in Nicosia, Cyprus by the Home for Cooperation team in 2014 to provide a platform and community for local and international artists to express their ideas on sensitive issues in creative ways. History Lesson by Argyro Nicolaou explores the intergenerational effects of internal displacement and the inchoate histories they produce. Placeholder by Monica Anna DayPoster of a woman speaking at a microphone Of the many ways we are different, there is one thing all humans share: bodies.

Wild Tangents
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Nov 05
Wild Tangents is a bi-coastal exhibition curated by Caetlynn Booth (New York) and Ann Trinca (Bay Area), and came about in response to following unexpected directions in my own studio practice during lockdown, as well as observing this in the work of other artists. I wanted to see and hear more from other artists about their experience, and to find out what has changed or stayed the same in their art practice during this time of so much upheaval.

East Coast Artists: Chris Bogia, Kevin Curran, Dan Fig, Jen Hitchings, Meredith Hoffheins, Kerry Law, Andrew Prayzner, Erika Ranee, Jenna Ranson, Masamitsu Shigeta and Lumin Wakoa.

West Coast Artists: Nicole Irene Anderson, Lynn Beldner, Joy Broom, Monica Bryant, Arminée Chahbazian, Laura Corallo-Titus, Deborah Hamon, Nicole Katano, Kim Ford Kitz, Carrie Lederer, Esther Traugot, Martin Webb and Nancy Willis.

Dream Together {Online Exhibition}
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Nov 01
megu / Miyazaki Suji / MIYUKI UMEZAWA / SHIMADANEKO / Seiichi Ikawa / Nao / Yoshi / photoartist RYOTA /Kenichi Sugimoto / airi / Ikuyo / Ryo.S / Makoto Ambo / Satomi Tanji / AAA_Chan / Asuka.Ripple / Kumi Hirose / Aya Abe / KENTA AOKI /suzu / Heart hope / Ann / Mandala artist Miyuki / Natsue / KANWU ISHIZAKI / Atsuo Yokoyama/ Kenichi Aoyama / Shingo Terasawa / HIROSAN NAITO / Astudiosuojo / Mieko Nakamura / Happy Bulldog / MASAKO NARITA / Akiko Takahashi / Keiko Nogami / Miyuki Asayama/ Yehlin Lee/NORIKO MIYAMOTO Dream Together During the month of September, the reopening of the Metropolitan Art Museum was celebrated with the banner of Yoko Ono’s message of “Dream Together!” We will carry on this message and come together with the worldly renown artist, Yoko Ono. From different races and religions, to lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and other sexual minorities, we are all the same human beings living on this earth and building a future together. Let’s share our dreams to the world! Arisa Itami JCAT Director.

The Artist Essentials : Resources for Uncertain Times
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Mar 23
During this time of uncertainty, I have put together a list of links and articles with the artist in mind. All are free to use and the very best of what I use myself.

The Artist Essentials : An opportunity for artists to have their work profiled
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Mar 23

Your work will be profiled at: Artist Profiles and then will be promoted on social media.


How to Paint Like a Pro – Practical Tips from a Professional
By ExpoArtist staff. Updated Mar 22
Jen Reviews: What is the best way to freshen up your home? Give it a new coat of paint. But hiring a professional painter can carry a heavy price tag and rightly so. A professional paint job is more than slinging a roller around a few times and calling it done. It takes time and experience to deliver a seamless paint job. Professional painters are worth every penny! But doing your own painting can be a fun and simple way to save big bucks if you spend a little time and effort to do it right yourself! All you need is a few tips to get you started. Read more here.