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Top Five Art Spots to Visit in Orlando

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Orlando Museum of Art
It’s the weekend and you’re looking for a little art inspiration, or maybe just a relaxing afternoon looking at beautiful things. As a local to the Winter Park/ Orlando area and an art lover, I have to say, I’ve visited almost all the local art venues.  Each and everyone is fantastic, but I’ve narrowed it… continue reading »

How to Choose the Right Artwork for Your Home

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I will start this post by simply saying that empty walls make me feel extremely anxious! One of the first things I do when I move into a new place is to begin the process of hanging my artwork up, and plan my future art purchases to fill any awkward empty spaces. Empty walls may… continue reading »

Baterbys’ Local Artist Competition

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Guest deciding who to vote for
Baterbys hosted a Local Artist Competition this past Friday to give one talented artist in the Winter Park/Orlando area the opportunity to display their artwork in the gallery! We had quite a successful turnout with over 150 guests attending and placing votes for their favorite artist. We were very lucky to have 5 amazing artists… continue reading »

The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory

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Photograph of Salvador Dali
The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory (1952-54) by Dali is an oil on canvas re-creation of his original work The Persistence of Memory (1931). In this version, the landscape from the first painting has been engulfed by water. Disintegration of objects is occurring above and below the water. The landscape of Cadaqués is now suspended above… continue reading »

The Great Fathers Behind the Artists

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Salvador Dalí
With Father’s Day right around the corner, Baterbys Art Gallery is taking a moment to commemorate the supportive fathers that allowed their sons to grow in their artistic abilities and become the world-renowned artists that we know and love today! Salvador Dalí From an early age, Salvador Dalí was producing extremely sophisticated drawings. His parents strongly supported his… continue reading »

5 Fun Facts About Henri Matisse

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1. Originally, Matisse studied and trained to become a lawyer. He graduated from law school in Paris and worked as a clerk in a law office in 1889. 2. In 1889, at the age of 21, Matisse suffered from an acute appendicitis that would actually lead him to discover his passion for creating art. After… continue reading »

Picasso’s Muses

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Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) is arguably the most recognized artist that has ever lived. He was notorious for always having a beautiful woman by his side. They were not only his lovers, but also his muses that greatly inspired his artwork during their time together. The six main women in Picasso’s life were all beautiful, and each… continue reading »