Global Artists Network

Global network of Visual artists,Art buyers,Art galleries and Art lovers

This is a global network of creative artists from any country in the world for friendship,collaboration,interaction and guidance.

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Gallery Kemang 58 Art Exhibition

Started by fitri Jul 31, 2015.

The Colours of Feast By Erica

Started by fitri Feb 6, 2015.

The Colours of Feast

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MOST FAVOURITE of all artists

We intend to inform all artists about all such chances at Global level where Indian artists can participate and shine.Please be a member here.
Apr 15
Simon Adam Yorke commented on Jishnu's group ART for PEACE
"my series of paintings called Bodhisattva was for an Artists for Peace initiative (All We Are Saying), that promoted peace through art. My ink paintings are of Bodhisattva's (living saints of compassion) including Mother Teresa, Dalai Lama,…"
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ART for PEACE

For all those artists appealing for peace... and employing their ART to spread the message of peace and unity in the world...
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