EPPH Needs Volunteers….

Does anyone with some background in art and art historical research feel like volunteering? EPPH could use your digital skills to create the composite images or even publish your analyses of individual works (under your name but with my editing and consultation, of course.)

EPPH went online in early 2010 and I have been working on it full-time ever since with my wife’s invaluable help. It has been a journey of discovery for us both. I knew even then that it was more than we could handle. A generalist in canonical art has far more research and reading than a specialist. Yet without that breadth we could not have hoped to uncover anything of what is constant in art. Its historical differences have been well explained by others; its essential links rarely considered.

That’s why we need your help. Although the database, to date, contains analyses on 600 works of art by 153 artists, we should have double or triple that, not just more artists but more works by those already included. If you feel in sync with our approach and, like me, want to learn more and pass on that knowledge to others, please write to me at info@everypainterpaintshimself.com.

The truth is all of you help me all the time because if you weren’t using the site I wouldn’t be writing it. So, thank you. Thank you, all

Posted 16 Jan 2016:

Reader Comments

I am so delighted to have volunteered for this EPPH call. If any reader is also interested, do so as soon as possible. We need you. We can do this together. EPPH responded to my interest quickly and friendly. My brain loves reading this site and grappling with the wisdom expressed in the artworks. A feast for my eyes that only continues to hunger. Lot’s of work to do. Lot’s of bliss to experience in this short awakening!

Adam Brown
29 Jan 2016

Well, I’m sure a lot of you know what EPPH stands for and understands what they are to look for in an artist works of art. For the few people it works for, it’s only because of what they have been told, where & what to look for and then only maybe one or possibly two can actually see what they are told to look at. Most without a signature of the artist’s work or knowing their style and techniques of painting, and what the artist really looks like, are totally lost in finding these things the artists add to their works of art. There is a lot of things that I could actually prove from my studies, but the way the Master of fine art business is controlled and by whom, it proves to be an impossible feat or to even discuss with anyone who think that the know about this phenomenon.
Cheers
vanrijngo

Robert James Miller
14 Aug 2016

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