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Art Business Advice: Real Strategies to Help you Succeed in the Business of Art

Success in art is often determined by the number of pieces sold, or the price paid for the artwork. Failure is typically. . . read more

Art reproduction company TOPofART recently sent me the time-lapse video below, and it blew my mind—I hope you enjoy it as. . . read more

I recently participated in a group Facebook conversation with an artist who was making the switch to creating art full-time.

She got a lot of great advice on how to find her niche and other aspects being a full-time artist, but the discussion got me to thinking about artists and day jobs—and what we rarely talk about when it comes to making the switch.

And. . . read more

Everybody says artists need an internet presence. Sometimes that’s just a website, but a lot of experts also say you should. . . read more

Located on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Sekinchan is one of many paddy plantations that cover the land. It is unique. . . read more

“So, do you just wait for something to inspire you?”

That's a question I hear all the time. . . and it reveals a common misperception about artists. It's often imagined that we sit around, waiting for a muse of some sort to drop creative ideas into our brains, or for our internal creative thoughts to simmer and when the moment is just right, those thoughts will explode into a. . . read more

In February 2017, a light bulb went off. I was talking to a software engineer working at a physics research company, and hearing. . . read more

Last year I began an envelope exchange, a popular activity for letter lovers of all ages. Within a short time, almost 50 people. . . read more

Disappointment is as much a part of life as breathing. If you’ve lived any length of time, you’ve experienced disappointment; there is simply no way around it. You may even have already found ways of overcoming disappointment.

Some time ago, I wrote about experiencing disappointments in the studio and in life in general. At the time, I referenced a prestigious juried exhibit to. . . read more

As artists, we often run into obstacles that hinder our creativity. Maybe it’s just a small worry that sucks some of the. . . read more

I once had a kitchen window with an awful view: Dirt. That was all, just plain ol’ dirt. Nothing even growing in it. The. . . read more

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