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Carter Art offers an extensive range of learning categories.  

Explore artists from history to contemporary art, and learn more about each one with bullet points.  Discover everything about art movements and artworks with specific analysis, and explore what we can offer you in our how-to section, to help develop your skills.  

All About Christ Carrying the Cross by Hieronymus Bosch

Summary of Christ Carrying the Cross
It is thought to have been painted by a follower of Hieronymus Bosch. Early in the 16th century, probab

All About Snow White Swallows the Poisoned Apple by Paula Rego

Summary of Snow White Swallows the Poisoned Apple
Snow White is reimagined in Paula Rego's painting, Swallows the Poison Apple, in order to

Helen Lundeberg

When Helen Lundeberg began to paint, she was a profound thinker who also had a deep appreciation for art. All of nature, from the tiniest cr

All About Where by Morris Louis

Summary of Where
Morris Louis' "Where" is a seminal piece in his oeuvre, completing a "theme" that began with the "Veil" series. A "veil" of

All About Violet and gold by Frederick McCubbin

Summary of Violet and gold
When it comes to Frederick McCubbin's mature style, Violet and Gold (1911) is a good place to start. It was durin

All About Resurrection. Albert Finney Meets Malcolm Lowry by Julian Schnabel

Malcolm Lowry
The 1984 John Huston film adaptation of Malcolm Lowry's novel Under the Volcano served as an inspiration for Resurrection: Alb

All About Werl Altarpiece by Robert Campin

Summary of Werl Altarpiece
This triptych altarpiece, known as the Werl Triptych (or Heinrich von Werl Triptych), was created in Cologne arou

All About Girl and Cat by Balthus

Summary of Girl and Cat
Many of Balthus's early paintings were studies of a young girl who lived next door, Therese Blanchard. She was eithe

All About Portrait of Isaak Abrahamsz Massa by Frans Hals

Summary of Portrait of Isaak Abrahamsz Massa
This is an image of Isak Abrahamsz. If you go to the Art Gallery of Ontario, you can see an art

Joseph Beuys

Fluxus and Conceptual art movements of the 1950s and early 1980s were influenced by Joseph Beuys' work in Europe and the United States durin

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Read Carter Art's own articles, or discover blogs by our users.  

I came up with the idea for Carter Art as a college student during the Covid-19 Lockdown, always being presented with projects to do, and assignments to complete, I found it rather difficult to gather all of the information I needed purely online.  There was no one place I could go that was all about art, and would help with my research (at least not one that was free), so I decided to create Carter Art.  An online resource that is completely free to use, and dedicated to all things art.  

We run off the basis of other artists and students sharing their knowledge of art through the free blog writer.  (To sign up, click here

I wanted to create Carter Art not only to help art students with gathering resources, but also to give anyone who was interested in learning art a place they could go.  

I've designed Carter Art to be ever-evolving, people always sharing new articles, getting feedback on their art, a place for artists to gather and make connections, many people just use this site for their portfolio.  I plan on growing this community into something amazing for everyone. 

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What is Carter Art?

Carter Art is a free online art resource platform.  You can share your works with the community in the gallery, store your own portfolio in your member's tab, and ask for helpful feedback on your art in groups.  You can also write articles to benefit the art community, and share your knowledge.  

Why Use Carter Art?

On Carter Art, you are offered a completely safe environment to share your work; no spam, no harsh comments, any feedback is either positive, or given as a constructive criticism.  Rather than being in competition with other artists to see whose post is more popular, on Carter Art, everyone is here to help you improve. 

Artists use Carter Art to hold their portfolio, share works, and offer back to the art community to help up and coming artists.  

We also offer a large range of online resources for all artists, and members have the opportunity to write their own articles as well.  

We also allow anyone to upload an art video they made on YouTube, Vimeo, Twitch, etc...

Carter Art Members vs Non-Members

Carter Art offers everything for free, non-member, have unrestricted access to all resources and articles, and viewing the gallery.  

When you become a member (completely free) you have the opportunity to write your own articles, share your art with all of us, store your own online portfolio, join, and create groups of your own, and also get feedback on the art you share.  

Does Carter Art Restrict Any Artworks?

Carter Art does not restrict any forms, types, styles, or media of artworks, you can share your art with all of us in the gallery tab, and also have it stored in your personal members gallery/portfolio.  We are open to having all forms of art shared on here, but we do restrict vastly inappropriate art from being added (that said, we do not restrict life drawings, or other similar such art).  

Why Share Your Art Here & Not Social Media?

Carter Art encourages you to share your art both on here, and on social media, the difference, and benefit we have, is the advantage of being solely an art community.  This means 2 things:

1.  You are not bombarded with distracting images that have nothing to do with art.  

2. When you post your art on social media looking for feedback for improvement, usually you don't find it, either because people are just going to say nice things, or people will just put your work down and say that it's bad.  

Carter Art offers you a place to share your art, no matter what skill level you are at, and receive constructive feedback on how to grow your skill level.  

Who is Carter Art For?

Carter Art is for anyone who is looking for a safe environment to share their art with artists alike.  

For students to gather resources, and gain knowledge of art.  

For the first time drawer, who's got dreams of being an artist.

Anyone who looks for good, and credible feedback on their art so they can improve and become the best artist they can be.  

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Carter Art publishes at least one article every day, and we are always looking for other artists to write with us, to share their own knowledge with the world.