The Real Cost of Art: How to Price Artwork

Pricing artwork can be one of the most difficult parts of running an art business, especially if you’re new to the field. There are several different ways to price your pieces, and each has its own benefits and drawbacks. Some are more favorable in certain situations, so it’s important to know what those are so you can choose the right pricing method […]


The Five Essential Elements of Indian Art

Indian art has been around since ancient times, but it wasn’t always called Indian art – it went by different names throughout the country’s long history. The art of India was primarily religious, with paintings and sculptures of Hindu gods and goddesses, many of whom are still worshipped today in their native shrines and temples. Indian art has been used to express […]


Art as Expression: How Art Can Help Us Communicate Ourselves and Our Culture

Art as expression has existed as since the first cave dweller painted on the walls of his living space. When you are creating something – writing, painting, singing, and so on – you are communicating more than just the tangible product itself; you are communicating your thoughts, your feelings, and your beliefs to those who experience your art. Your art becomes both […]

Amaravati: An Architectural View

Introduction Amaravati is a great center of Buddhist architecture in Southern India from 200 B.C.E. to 4th century C.E. Buddhism was communicated to the people of the South by Ashoka’s zeal but it remained confined to the lower reaches of Krishna and Godavari rivers. Here we have both rock-cut and structural Buddhist sanctuaries. A few Buddhist sanctuaries in the South are a […]

The meaning of Emblem of the Indian Republic the Ashokan Pillar Capital of Sarnath

In the historical journey of India, Emperor Ashoka of the Mauryan dynasty is the most shining icon to be credited with creating Indian History. The evergreen creeper of world-peace in the form of Buddhism, the fragrance of flowers of that still permeates the cultures of Japan, Myanmar, China, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, etc., prospered on the sturdy stem of his triumph of religio-cultural […]