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
Welcome back to “The ABC’s of Art Marketing”—an alphabet guide to marketing your art, from A to Z.
When I began this series, the letter Z seemed a long ways away, but here we are at the end of the alphabet. So today I’m playing with Zen,. . . read more
You’ve pondered the pros and cons of going with gallery representation and considered all your options—now you’re ready. . . read more
We all wish we had more time to paint, draw, sculpt, or whatever we do. At the very least, we often wish we could make better use. . . read more
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