This Week: 1/13 through 1/19

By admin in Weekly Preview

Monday in General Art Advice – Tomorrow I’ll be sharing some practical advice for artists who are in between series, looking for new gallery representation, or currently without any commissions pending—because even when business is slow, there’s still a lot you can do to further your art career.

Tuesday in Photoshop Tricks – For those of you who make 3-dimensional art (like handmade jewelry or any type of sculpture) it can be hard to display your work cleanly and professionally in 2-dimensional pictures. This Tuesday I’ll show you a tool in Photoshop that just might help.

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Wednesday in Featured Artists – This week I’ve picked out some amazing artwork by daily painter Gerald Schwartz—and if you’re stuck in a cold, wet winter (like I am) these paintings are sure to brighten your day. Come back on Wednesday to see why.

Thursday in General Art Advice – How do you know when a painting is finished? On Thursday I’ll be posting an article by Corrine Bongiovanni that gives several great tips to help artists analyze their art, see what needs fixing, and know when it’s finished.

Friday in Artist Polls – Here’s something I’m always curious about with artists: would you describe yourself as more emotionally driven (spontaneous and intuitive) or more logically driven (plan and execute) when it comes to creating art? Vote now!

And here are last week’s articles too:

Why Building an “Authority” Art Website Will Help You Sell Your Art

How to Add Contrast and Fix Washed out Photos in Photoshop

Benoit Philippe’s French Impressionist Watercolor Paintings

7 Methods for Painting Abstractly – by Bernard Victor

What Blogging Program do MOST Artist Bloggers Use?

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