Pages of interest include Z Visual Art Page and Z Artist Spotlight page, currently featuring vintage artwork by RRam circa 1980 to 1982. Z Art Blog article titles include, “Connections and Avenues for Artists,” “The Artist’s Budget,” “Fans or Gang Stalkers?” and “Choices an Artist Makes,” all written from the perspective of a lifelong artist.
The following is an excerpt from the article, "Am I an Artist?" on Z Art Blog: " . . . Let’s assume you now believe that you are in fact an artist. How do you know this? You may have achieved A’s in your art or music classes. Art or music teachers may have told you that you have a special talent. Someone may have told you that you have a good eye or a good ear. Maybe no one has said anything in particular about your work. You may simply have a sense that there is something unique about the way you perceive the world or the way in which you express yourself artistically or creatively . . ."
"Audio art" is represented at Z Art Tones Dot Com in the form of three full-length, “new blues” albums and several CD singles by Pam Brandis, each listed on the discography page. Select album cuts and singles can be heard on the Sounds page. Activation of a licensed download store is tentatively scheduled for later this summer.
The ZATDC Promotions page lists specific art and music promotions and project work being made available to persons who want to assist in the social media details of the promotion process.
For a glimpse of the longterm potential of content at Z Art Tones Dot Com, visit http://zarttones.com/