Buying Art Through an Artist’s Blog –

Buying Art Through an Artist’s Blog –

Buying art online is often made more difficult by the inability to interact with the artist and experience their perosnality, practices and procedures. For me one of the most interesting and exciting aspects of being involved in art is going beyond the artwork it’s self and getting to know the personality of the artist, their methods, influences and aims. I always end up feeling more passionate and excited about art after I have spent time talking to an artist or hearing an artist talk about their work especially when the artist shows passion for their work. One way of experiencing the process of the creation of fine art without leaving your computer is through artist’s blogs. Artist’s blogs are also a great way to buy art as well because you can purchase from the artist directly and get to see a wide range of works. I have listed a few of my favourite artist blogs below for you to browse, hope you enjoy!!!

Works by Tracy

The 30 Day Artist

Amy Stein

Sarah Sudhoff

Lynda Lehmann

Jafabrit’s Art

Aron Geng

Tattfoo Tan

Flores Knistoff

Cara Philips

Volkan Diyaroglu

**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications.


7 Responses

  1. Awesome post Mr. Forrest. I love browsing blogs myself. I have been inspired to work by viewing other artists and also started a blog of my own paintings.

  2. I am actually taken a little off guard that you included my blog on your list (In a NICE way). I didn’t realize you even visited my blog lol! It couldn’t have come at a better time either. Thank you..

  3. Thank you very much, Nicholas, for mentioning my blog/art in your article!

    Best regards,

    Lynda Lehmann

  4. Hi Jafabrit and Lynda,
    I really enjoy reading your blogs both of which are great examples of what an artist’s blog should be


    Nicholas Forrest

  5. You didn’t add my blog Nicholas!!

    I can only assume you forgot 🙂

  6. Hi Scott, thanks for posting your blog it is awesome!!

    Nicholas Forrest

  7. Hi Nicholas,

    I see you are still knockin’ ’em dead.

    I’m off to Berlin:


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