With so many different ways to sell art online, many artists are in the process of transitioning from hobby or casual artists to. . . read more
Over the years I’ve shared many different step-by-step tutorials, both here at EE and at my own blog. They range in subject. . . read more
I've been an oil painter for years. Oil painting is the medium on which I cut my artistic teeth. My first paintings were oils and for many years, that was all I did.
Portrait work also seemed like the thing I was meant to do.. . . read more
As so many cities are experiencing right now, my own city of Charleston, South Carolina is under immense development—and one of. . . read more
Now that you’ve decided gallery representation is for you and have found a few galleries that are a good fit for your art,. . . read more
Do you see your unfinished artwork as something with unlimited potential? You should! Because that's what it is.
Remember, having unfinished art is a NATURAL, REGULAR, NORMAL part of creative process. After a while, though, that pile of work can start feeling like growing evidence of everything you. . . read more
How’s winter in your world, fellow artists? This is often a slower time of year and a good time to inspect supplies—think. . . read more
Do you ever feel stuck for ways to blog, post, tweet, and share about your art? If so, keep reading, because today I’m. . . read more
Think back to the last time you were in an elementary school classroom—what stands out in your memory? The desks, arranged neatly in rows, perhaps. . . a chalkboard or whiteboard at the front. And (probably!) bright, colorful posters lining the walls.
Nearly every classroom is decorated with educational, informational, and motivational posters, many of which are purchased by the. . . read more
So you’ve determined you’d like to have gallery representation and you’ve looked around and found some. . . read more
So many things come in tubes—sunscreen, toothpaste, condiments, moisturizers, and of course, almost every kind of oil and. . . read more