I'm not an artist and I have never studied it, but I like arts and every once in a while I love to see art and think about it. But When I came to see these spot paintings, I didn't really get it. Yeah I know they are supposed to be boring but I don't understand why is it considered art "very expensive art!".. What is so unique about them? Why is it "new"? I have seen some of his work and most of it is really strong and creative -and controversial- but I never "got" those spots.
by Sherry Hewins5 months ago
I hope Robin will come by and comment on this one. I have been going through all of my old comments and deleting any that don't add anything to the conversation, but some of my hubs have a ton of very useful and...
by rebekahELLE7 years ago
hello all, I'm still relatively new on HP and am still learning how this site works~~ I have noticed recently that some hubbers seem to be able to self- promote with links and yet others are quickly silenced. can...
by Gable Rhoads3 years ago
Do you more experienced Hubbers believe writing about controversial topics like politics hurts or help your page traffic? For example, if you disagree with someone's political Hub, will you not visit their other Hubs?
by Roberta Kyle8 years ago
I joined digg about a week ago and have been digging away enjoying the site. I've found a couple of other hubbers there and have dugg their stuff( and I'd be happy to befriend anyone else who is there for mutual digging...
by Dorsi Diaz4 years ago
I've noticed that comments on some hubbers hubs are showing the latest comments on the top. My comments have always read the opposite. Is there a new way to view comments? Is this a new feature or an anomaly?
by Bonnie Ramsey8 years ago
I am curious to know if my traffic ratio is good or if it should be better as far as traffic from outside sources. When I checked this morning, I had a total of 16,110 page views. Of these views, about 68% is from...
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