10 Tips to Get Your Art Work Noticed By Galleries

Jul 31

Showing your artworks to galleries may not be an easy task. Art gallery owners/directors look at both your art and you. Hence, creating an astonishing artwork may not be enough to get your work noticed by galleries. Building your portfolio and your reputation is essential. #1: Show your best work Art galleries receive tons of portfolios craving to get into the...

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Understanding the Orthopedic Surgeon

Sep 16

The medicine field continues to broaden seeking to ensure our mental and physical well-being. One medical practitioner whose role cannot be emphasized enough is the orthopedic surgeon. Before we can fully grasp what is an orthopedic surgeon ?, it is key to delve a little into the branch of medicine he employs. Orthopedic surgery can be linked with joint repair...

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The Job Outlook and salary Information about Orthopedic Surgeons

Aug 09

The average orthopedic surgeon salary is among the highest paid salaries in medical profession. Today large number of people demands orthopedic care, it made lot of changes in pay and compensation in the medical industry. Reports reveal that these surgeons get an average salary of about 350,000 dollars every year. Along with this, twenty percent of respondents in an...

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Obama Administration Discovers Trade – As Another Great Excuse to Grow Government!

Apr 03

President Obama’s Secretary of Commerce, Gary Locke, rolled out the administration’s new “National Export Initiative (NEI)” today at the National Press Club. The way Secretary Locke described it, the NEI sounds like a great vehicle to create jobs—government jobs. Secretary Locke began by saying that the “NEI represents the first time the United States...

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No More Talking Points – It’s Time for Economic Freedom

Apr 03

Last week, Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke delivered a speech at the National Press Club titled “Back to Basics: A Blueprint for Exports-Driven Job Growth,” and remarked that “[President Obama’s National Export Initiative] will correct an economic blind spot that has allowed other countries to chip away at America’s international competitiveness.” The...

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Rising Red Tape Erodes Economic Freedom

Apr 03

Red tape – rules, regulations, restrictions and mandates imposed on America – rose alarmingly in 2009, mirroring the overall decline in economic freedom in the United States, as reported in this year’s Index of Economic Freedom. That’s the conclusion of an upcoming Heritage Foundation report detailing trends in federal regulation. In fact, the cost of new...

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The Senate Still Doesn’t Get the Message on Job Growth

Apr 03

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) says“the American people need a message. The message that they need is that we are doing something on jobs.” Reid’s real message is to confirm what is now obvious to all, which is that he and his congressional allies have nary a clue as to how an economy creates jobs. In lieu of an ineffectual bi-partisan compromise bill...

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