Mar 22

Welcome to Curater!

Art onlineThis is Curater, a site about art online and we are more than pleased to see you!

Art is expressed in various ways and through internet it can be displayed to people all over the world. To be able to create and show tart online has really made a huge difference to many artist who doesn’t have the network or the ability to create physical exhibitions. Naturally, there are side effects. A painting that is 4 meters wide is experienced in a different way in real life, than on a small screen on your mobile or computer. But we at Curater believes that the benefits surpasses the negative effects.

Hereby, we present Curater. The team behind Curater all have different nationalities, colors, age and different life experiences. We all have various values regarding art and are appealed by different categories and expressions. We don’t care if the artist is famous or if he or she is an amateur. As long as there is creativity in the pieces and they touches your emotions.

It doesn’t matter if it’s digital art or art that has been produced in another media and then digitalized. Like oil paintings that has been scanned, Photoshop Art, or other solutions that can be shown through the digital media.

Perhaps we can help you turning you wall to a digital canvas for a couple of weeks by providing you art online. If you would like to participate as an exhibitor please feel free to contact us. Or if you have tips on great artists that hasn’t been acknowledged – yet. Through Curater we would like to give everybody a chance. We will also talk about famous artists all over the world, to let you know more about them. Even historic art icons will displayed, like one of the greatest, Leonardo da Vinci.

We will also discuss different technics regaring art and the effects artwork has. If you have any ideas or comments, please feel free to fill in the contact form to get in touch with us. We hope you will enjoy Curater.

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.”
― Leonardo da Vinci