I recently took a short writing class: three sessions in a little over a week. No pressure, right? The class was designed to help. . . read more
Everyone has a wish list, I suppose—a list of things they hope to do before they die. I have one, too. It’s several pages. . . read more
It’s September as I write this, and time to head “back to school” to learn more about art and expand your horizons. But how do you know which class to take?
We live in an age of so many choices. Between videos, reviews, and blogs, there’s a lot of good information (and some misinformation) out there. When you’re a newbie, it’s great to consider your options. But what should. . . read more
As an art tutor (and artist) I know that self-doubt and confidence is one of the biggest things for artists to overcome. These. . . read more
If you’ve read through my previous posts on using Facebook to sell your art, you know that I’ve tried to cram as much as. . . read more
Some time ago, I described the four most important skills every artist needs in order to succeed. Those skills were:
• The ability to see • The ability to draw what you see • The ability to promote yourself and your work • The ability to say no
At the end of. . . read more
NOTE: In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series on using Facebook to sell your art, Facebook specialist and oil painter Nial Adams. . . 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
It's a rare artist who hasn't used castoff and worn-out clothing as rags to clean paintbrushes or hands. But what about using them as painting tools?
Here's a short list of clothing items that I've found have a second life as useful studio. . . read more
In my previous article, How to start selling art on Facebook, I touched on some of the basics—like setting up your Facebook. . . read more
If you like art—as a professional, student, or teacher—your source of fresh ideas is somewhere out in the world. As Rumi. . . read more