Can I just say what a wonderfully designed blog you have here, and with such an interesting take on the over-used ‘travel blog’ genre. It is so refreshing to see likeminded individuals being able to come together and share their travel experiences with particular attention paid to important areas such as arts and culture. An avid traveller myself, I find it often difficult to source handy tips on what experiences I should partake in to help me get the most out of my travels. Thank you so much for your work and I look forward to reading more in the future! — Beth, one of our new readers!
Travel Blogger, artist and photographer Kimberly Kradel has compiled a wealth of information for the avid traveler and photographer, as well as the art lover. She has been building this since 2000 and it shows in her content. Lots of useful information on this site. — Nancy D. Brown (from our alexa reviews)
I’ve been following artist-at-large for several years now. It’s one of the most unique travel sites around mainly because of its intelligent coverage and cultural slant. The photographs are excellent and the content is always thoughtful. For travelers who want to delve deeper into destinations than the usual guidebook fare, this is an ideal site. — Jordan Clary (from our alexa reviews)
I’ve been going through artist-at-large and I like what I see. I like your style of writing. It makes one curious to see how it all turns out. Like your story of the Angel of Ek-Balam – now I have to go see it for myself when we go in April. — Marius Sipa, Computer LAN Tech
I love what you’re doing, and how you’re evolving the site and I hope people notice just how much patience and diligence it must take to do what you’re doing. –Bryan Stillman, writer
I’ve spent a good bit of time exploring your website and I love it. It’s full of stories, easy to navigate, and very pleasing to the eye. Nicely done! You’re providing a great service to many talented people. — Kristin O’Keeffe, Shanghai Adventures of a Trailing Spouse
I found artist-at-large when looking at my Webstats one day … I think it was just one of those kismet things. What a treasure this website is: inspirational, beautiful, fun … and deep. So much to explore! — Ellen Fields, “Working Gringa”, Yucatan Living
I just traveled and traveled on your website, for the last little while, and how fantastic I feel! You just rock! — Natalie Desch, Dancer, New York
I am writing to thank you for your information on putting together an artist’s resume! I had no idea where to start and was very pleased when I found your site … This has saved me so much time! — Kendra Belgrad
Thanks so much for your soulful and thoughtful look at Big Sur. So many people stop by the library or drive through Big Sur and say, ‘I don’t get it …’ Would that they could see it with your eyes and heart. Now I have a place to send them. Thank you … — Ted Jauw, Henry Miller Library, Big Sur, California
What a fantastic site! I’m SO glad I stumbled onto it. I’m an artist in Chicago who’s wanted to go to Cuba for some time now, but was a bit apprehensive. Sue’s story has dispelled all apprehensions! Thank you and good luck. — David Peterson, Artist, Chicago, Illinois
Really nice site! Enjoyed what I read and will read some more. I’m a fellow traveler and yes, an ‘artist at large’! Its a great mixture – art, travel, inhaling the flavors of the world. Keep up the good work! — Mike Adubato, New Jersey Guy in Belgium
Your comments on Van Gogh are powerful and well written… I want to visit France one day to experience what you have. Thank you for sharing it. — Joe H.
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