I’m often amazed that artists don’t blog more than they do. Some of my favorite artists, artists who I would love to follow. . . read more
For many years I struggled to build my reputation and career as a painter, without seeing much success. I became discouraged by. . . read more
You have your website up (finally) and it looks great! You’ve uploaded your artwork and you’re starting to realize that what you have to offer isn’t so shabby after all.
There’s just one problem: all you hear is crickets.
Why is no one checking out your awesome work? Don’t they realize how many hours you spent perfecting the nose on "Untitled Figure?" How can no one. . . read more
According to Artnet the art market has experienced double digit growth for the past few years. Yet only a small percentage of. . . read more
At the Global Art League, the highlight of our year is the annual exhibition of emerging artists. An entire year of reviewing. . . read more
We live in a world where information is hyper-visual.
Nowadays, it seems like everyone wants to be a photographer or visual artist, which is no surprise, considering most people are visual learners too. Luckily, with the introduction of Instagram and other similar platforms, it has become increasingly easy to. . . read more
Artists may be limiting themselves with regard to their clientele. We think in terms of art galleries, art museums, art. . . read more
I have always felt that if artists could work together (and a few do) we would be able to accomplish almost anything. So I. . . read more
Art blogs are nothing like regular blogs—they usually serve different ends and attract a different kind of audience. For any artist willing to embrace the digital world, a blog can be a great promotion medium. For example, gaining popularity through dozens of comments and shares can boost your chances at being included in an art show, or the likelihood of your art being purchased as a part. . . read more
We’ve all heard about those crazy viral ad campaigns that spread like wildfire and reach millions of people all around the. . . read more
Everyone needs money to live. It’s a simple fact of life—unless, of course, you happen to live in a strict barter society. :). . . read more