In today’s era of digital art and social media, there’s a growing business model that has become increasingly popular. . . read more
Art auctions held by non-profits are a win-win for everyone involved. These types of events are great because they promote the. . . read more
Last week, I shared a few ways to make sure you're buying high-quality colored pencils. Since that article was geared toward buying art supplies in person, it seems natural to follow up with some tips for art supply shopping online.
I consider myself to be frugal—my husband. . . read more
With websites such as Pinterest, Etsy and DeviantArt, the Internet provides boundless opportunities for artists and designers to. . . read more
Have you ever felt discouraged about asking for things? Maybe you sometimes feel that you’re going to be rejected anyway. . .. . . read more
Colored pencils are expensive. . . there's no getting around it. And the higher quality pencils you buy, the more you'll spend on them.
So it makes sense that if you're dropping three dollars or more on each pencil, you want to get the most for your money!
I've already written about . . . read more
Starting something is easy. Finishing? Not so much. It’s difficult enough to finish things when they go relatively swiftly, but. . . read more
Traffic on my blog went nuts the first weekend in March. Absolutely nuts! Previously, my average daily traffic was in the. . . read more
Today, there are countless numbers of artists sharing their art online, networking, and trying to build communities. But while there are plenty of art blogs out there, only a few artists actually get widespread notice and develop a very large following.
Here's the good news, though: if you're one of those aspiring artists who are struggling to get noticed online, it may NOT be. . . read more
Welcome back to “The ABC’s of Art Marketing”—an alphabet guide to marketing your art, from A to Z. In today’s article,. . . read more
Artists, compared to the general population, are known to have unique traits. One of these is curiosity. If you find that. . . read more