ArtistADay (AAD) aims to raise awareness for fine art globally, through establishing personal connections between top emerging professional Artists and people who love Art.
Artists are often under-valued, under-exposed and under-appreciated. After 7 years featuring over 2500 Artists, that have been viewed over 1.5 billion times, we are able to bring immediate and lasting attention for Artists who might otherwise remain under-exposed.
We are selective of the Artists we showcase, and the body of work we represent. AAD only showcases one or two works by the Artist, that serve as an entry point for our audience to explore that Artist further, both on and offline.
What distinguishes AAD is that anyone can rate, comment on, and also share an Artist through multiple online social environments. This unparalleled interaction can have a direct impact on an Artist’s career, and generally results in an Artist gaining gallery representation, being purchased by an established collector, or becoming part of a museum’s permanent collection.
We hope you enjoy AAD.
Geoff launched Artistaday.com along with Dave in Feb. 2007. Since then he has hand selected every artist you have seen on the site. After 2848 consecutive days of posting artists, he still gets excited to find a new artist.
"Dave and I started Artist A Day because we love art. I'm an engineer so I guess it's one of those things where you admire those that have talents you don’t. I'm certainly don’t consider myself to be visually creative so getting to meet, and help artists is really something I enjoy. The goal from the beginning was to help artists gain exposure to a global audience of people who love art. Since most artists have a difficult time marketing themselves, I'm happy to apply what I know to an area that I love."
Dave Pitman graduated from East Carolina University with a BFA in Painting and Drawing. Today Dave still paints but uses this same passion for combining color, composition, and fine art photography at his Connecticut based design firm 485,inc.
"I never liked Math. Math is black and white and absolute. Everyone will always arrive at the same answer. There is no discussion. No different perspective. In art, 100 people can look at the same piece of art and come away with 100 opinions–each unique to that individual. There is discussion in art. There’s emotion and passion in art. An artist has the unique ability to create something that causes a reaction in it’s viewer. It could evoke an emotion, recall a memory, a thought or change someones view entirely. Art is a powerful thing."
Kai can best be described by the acronym, GGTHA or good guy to have around. He loves art, and the general concept of art in everything he does, which includes being a partner in a diverse range of companies from real estate, to high tech, to beauty.
"I was fortunate to become involved in Artist A Day. Fortunate because it gave me a more direct view into the contemporary art community, and the shear amount of talent that goes unrecognized everyday. What is specifically rewarding about Artist A Day is that we have the opportunity to generate massive exposure for an artist in one day, to a global audience. I don't know of anywhere else, online or otherwise, that does what we do, specifically in an altruistic way."