• A Moment in Art History: “American Gothic” – The U.S.A.’s Most Iconic Painting? October 2, 2022
    Like many of you, I’ve found myself with a bit more time on my hands lately. Being a lover of art history, I decided to start a new video project,... The post A Moment in Art History: “American Gothic” – The U.S.A.’s Most Iconic Painting? appeared first on RedDotBlog.
    Jason Horejs
  • The Expressions of Agnes Neusch: Landscapes of the Heart October 1, 2022
    What is it that Agnes Neusch seeks to communicate through her art? Is it simply the inner world that she expresses through color, or is there something more that she... The post The Expressions of Agnes Neusch: Landscapes of the Heart appeared first on RedDotBlog.
    Jason Horejs
  • From a Reader – Creating Art Sales by Promoting Your Work to Your Network of Acquaintances September 30, 2022
    I’ve often written that selling artwork is all about building relationships with potential buyers. There’s another side to this, however, in that people with whom you already have a relationship... The post From a Reader – Creating Art Sales by Promoting Your Work to Your Network of Acquaintances appeared first on RedDotBlog.
    Jason Horejs

Nicholas A. Poleschuk, Jr.’s Work On Display In The Front Window At SEMVA During April

My eggshell carvings are on display in the front window of SEMVA, 16 First Street, SW, Rochester, MN  55902, on the Peace Plaza across from Barnes and Noble. The work displayed includes my latest piece, “Elephant Petroglyph Ostrich Eggshell Cup”. This piece is a companion to my “Diepkloof Ostrich Eggshell Cup” currently on display at the Pump House Regional Art Center, 119 King Street, La Crosse, WI. The SEMVA display runs through the month of April.

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