Many artists use art created by others as inspiration for their own work. Throughout history, artists have proved that no idea is truly original. Starting with the Romans who referenced Greek art and architecture, putting their mark on it to make it their own, appropriation is a common thread among creative individuals. It’s all new art, but with a wink and nod to art of the past. Our library at the Art League can be a tremendous resource for artists looking for ideas and concepts to draw from and create their own works of art through appropriation.
Join us in a series of FREE lectures hosted by Debra Wells,
Art League Chairperson and Co-Founder of Artful Circle
November 21 – Appreciating Appropriation Art
All lectures are 11am-12pm or 7pm-8pm on Mondays.
To register call (631) 462-5400 x222 or sign up here