Press Release: Acquires was the official website for the NEWD Art Show gallery in Brooklyn, New York. recently acquired the domain. is now owned by the team at

What Did Do?

The website provided updates and general information for the NEWD Art Show. NEWD was an art gallery on Johnson Avenue in Brooklyn. The domain has been available for sale for at least the past three years. Based on records from the Internet Archive, NEWD Art Show appears to have been active up until 2015.

NEWD operated an art fair at Bushwick Open Studios, which has over 7,000 square feet of warehouse space. The warehouse includes multiple art venues, including the 1896. The 1896 has multiple studios and stages, including the spaces used by NEWD for its two art fairs. The first fair was held in 2014. The last fair was held in June 2015 and included work from 11 local artists. 

The exhibited art included a mixture of paintings and large art installations. The goal of the NEWD Art Show gallery was to connect creators with art collectors. However, the gallery appears to have shuttered. The domain used by the gallery was recently acquired by

What Does Do? is a platform made to help people get the most out of their art materials and equipment. The website includes blog posts, reviews, and guides for saving money on art supplies, using different materials, and reducing waste.

Sustainability is at the heart of The team behind the website wants to promote more sustainable art practices by cutting down on wastage. 

The website includes original content from a diverse team of creators. Painting is a big focus of the website. Popular subtopics include painting with acrylic, oil, or watercolor paint. 

The website also discusses techniques and methods for printmaking and wood carving. Artists of all experience levels can find helpful information. Beginners can learn how to get started with a specific medium, while experienced artists may uncover new techniques and art products. 

Ines is the artist who launched She is a UK-based creator who works with a variety of art styles and mediums. Her use of watercolors and embroidery led her to search for more sustainable ways to enjoy and share her art, which led to the development of She gathered a team of like-minded artists and started populating the website with helpful articles and guides.

Along with the content found on, visitors can support the team behind the website by purchasing original creations on Etsy. The Etsy shop includes original prints on recycled materials. has acquired many other domains over the past year. The acquisition of further expands the online footprint of and its ability to reach new audience members.

In the end, is a growing site with a long list of articles. Readers interested in saving money on art supplies and equipment may benefit from the information provided by the team at As new content is published often, readers can check back for more advice frequently.

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Caraca's self-taught artist based in the UK, Ines explores unconventional materials and sustainability.

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