Meet Artsocia

Welcome and thank you for visiting our blog! We hope you enjoy our art associations. Follow @artsocia on Twitter, join our mailing list, visit & share our Facebook page or follow the blog for updates!

If you’re an artist or art blogger and are interested in cooperating in any way or form with us, email us – we’re looking forward to hearing from you!

What is ARTSOCIA about?

Artsocia is about travelling through art, following the path of our associations. Artsocia finds three or four pieces that go together and creates a short description of the association that underlies the trio.

Artsocia is about finding art and finding the art in mundane images. Artsocia think that even minimalist modern art offers a wealth to think about.

Artsocia is about studying the spontaneous and sublime in art. Artsocia believes that the purpose of art is to take the human mind of and out of the here and now on a journey of emotions, colours, patterns, thoughts.

Artsocia is about all art: made by man, amateur or master, child, dog, nature, god, chance, physics, the human mind or the universe.

Please use the comment function to let us know your thoughts!

Artsocia. Art. Associations.

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11 comments on “Meet Artsocia

  1. artmoscow says:

    I think we are very much kindred spirits. Thanks for liking my post on Van Gogh – it helped me to discover your blog!

  2. Thanks so much for following and posting the link…. you’ve got a fab resource here.

  3. Jackie says:

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and liking my photo! I appreciate it very much. Best of luck to you. 😀

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I look forward to your future posts. 🙂

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