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Art of the Scam, Artists Beware!

February 13, 2012

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Many of you have seen Chris Hanson’s “To Catch a ?” show on Date Line. One that comes to mind is, “To Catch an Identity Thief.”  Hanson poses as a deliveryman, delivering packages to what is now known as drop zone or reshipping scam for stolen goods identified in previous segments of the show. Fast […]

The Power of Creative Thinking

October 10, 2011

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The Power of Creative Thinking By David Eubank The Isolated Studio is the Studio Blog of David Eubank

The Mystery of Creamed Corn Remains a Dilemma for Artists

April 19, 2011

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Who discovered Creamed Corn, where did they get the Big Idea that shook the world.

Start up America a simple question? YOU IN?

January 31, 2011

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There I found a simple web page that asked a simple question. YOU IN?

To Learn Creativity you have to First Learn How to Embrace Failure!

January 23, 2011

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Learning how to always get the right answer to get an A teaches us not to question the answer. It also teaches us to limit our questions to what we know are the right answers.

The Anonymous Collector

May 9, 2010

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Buying Big Art has become an intriguing mystery worthy of a game of Clue. Who Done IT? Was it the Russian tycoon or his Butler?

ZOMBIE ARTISTS SCORE BIG AT CHRISTIE’S AUCTION

May 5, 2010

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"Obviously we're thrilled" with the final price of $106,482,500 including commission for the Picasso, auctioneer Christopher Burge said afterward.