At Tripoart, art is our passion, and we believe that travel inspires great works of art. From Abstract Painting to Video Production, artists have a tremendous potential that can be harnessed in a way that benefits both artists and art patrons.


This is exactly what we do. Tripoart is a network of art-lovers, travelers and adventurers from across the globe. We are a friendly, independent, ad-free platform that brings artists together in a casual and risk-free way.

You could be a celebrated world-class artist, or the romantically cliched struggling artist living in your van dreaming of painting in the Australian Outback or making a marble replica of the Taj Mahal. Our website provides you with loads of opportunities to mentor emerging talent or be guided by the most inspiring artists, while nurturing your thirst for adventure!

Join our platform for all this and more! You can buy or commission artwork, share your experiences and expand your horizons. Check out our cool online store, forum, and blog for a glimpse of what we do.

We hope you have a fantastic day and thanks for visiting Tripoart!


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Frequently asked questions


Less is more…
We’ve seen those soft, delicate, subtle artforms that can move us with a few sweeps of a brush, or a
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It’s a New Year, a New Day…
May we accomplish the good goals that we set out to do, make the contacts that we need to make,
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All she wants for Christmas…
The snow began to fall, the lights began to shine, the great festivities to celebrate the end of the year
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Finding God On the Road…
When traveling it’s good to do so with a purpose. We each have our own personal goals and interests, these
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How to Hitchhike like a Champ
Ever since the chariot was invented, people have been waiting on the side of the road, asking those chariot owners
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Tasmania: A power-punch of History, Nature, Culture, and Adventure
Hobart really does have it all. The world’s cleanest air, quirky museums, bustling markets, picturesque villages, delectable cuisines, pristine beaches,
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I Really Hate Bucket Lists
I’m really not into the bucket list style of traveling. Many folks create random lists of things they feel they
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The Mad One – Part Seven
“Sir, Sir, wake up, this is important!” Christian was standing above me, vigorously shaking my shoulders. “What! What the hell
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The Mad One – Part Six
“I’m tired and hungry. We’ve been walking for three days now!” “It doesn't matter. Have many more days to hike,
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