Monday inArt Marketing Tips – What does art marketing look like today? And is it really worth bothering with, or does the best art tend to sell, regardless? Come by tomorrow to hear Aletta de Wal’s answers to those very important questions.
Tuesday in General Art Advice – Want to get your feet wet in the art world? An art internship can be an excellent way to do that, and in many cases, it can also jump-start your art career. Steff Metal will have the full scoop on that, this Tuesday.
Wednesday in Featured Artists – This week we’ll be showcasing a few of Marie Hambly’s beautifully textured paintings of farm animals. We’re always looking for artists to feature, so if you’d like to have your artwork appear on EE in the coming weeks, feel free to send it in via our artwork submission form .
Thursday in Artist Interviews – At the end of the week, New York painter Kim Piotrowski will talk about why she switched from pre-med to art in college, her methods for working in acrylics, and where her inspiration comes from.
Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:
Creating a “Limited Palette” Colored Pencil Drawing on Colored Paper
How to Self-Publish an Art Book
Mark Hilsden: Micro-detailed Architectural Illustrations in Pen and Ink
Five Kinds of Pinterest Boards that will Engage and Attract Art Collectors
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Finally, my "big project" is finished! It’s been a crazy day with a lot going on, but foliotwist.com is finally live and online! Since I’ve kept it a complete secret up until launch, here’s a quick (mostly visual) overview of what it does. . .read more
Today's featured artist, Brad Teare, is accomplished both at carving woodcuts and painting plein air oil paintings. In fact, all of his work is so good that I had a tough time deciding which side of his art to focus on. After growing up in Kansas, Brad started on a whirlwind painting adventure. . . read more
Al Razza has been creating art for 52 years. In kindergarten he put his hand in a pan of wet paint to create a hand print, and knew at that moment that he was going to be an artist. In his teens he was fortunate enough to study with local artists, and as a young adult to attend art school. In . . . read more
This post is the first in a series of reader-submitted marketing tips for artists. If you have an art marketing tip you'd like to share, please feel free to send it in. Reading about President Obama's busy first weeks in office has reminded and inspired me to get back to work myself—marketing,. . . read more
I don’t think I’m wrong in saying that most artists would rather be making art, than trying to market art. And yet both are necessary parts of being a professional artist. For some artists, a gallery or agent will take over the marketing/selling side of things, allowing the artist to just focu. . . read more
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