This Week: 3/16 through 3/22

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Monday in Art Opinion – Do you take risks when marketing your art? Are you working to differentiate yourself from all the other artists out there? Tomorrow I’ll explain what prompted this line of thought, and try to give some ideas on how to stand out from the crowd, at least in an art marketing sense.

Tuesday in General Art Advice – A short while back I received an email from a reader who wanted to know when and how artists should be copyrighting their art. Tuesday’s article will explore that issue in-depth.

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Wednesday in Featured Artists – On Wednesday I’ll be taking a break from reviewing 2D artwork to feature Linda Lewis’s uniquely emotive sculptures made of clay. For the rest of you sculptors out there, feel free to submit your own artwork too!

Thursday in Art Products – Robert Sloan has written a fantastic demo on how to use Derwent Inktense Permanent Ink Pencils. They’re sort of like watercolor pencils. . . but not exactly. Get the full story here on Thursday.

Remember, anyone can submit articles to be published on EmptyEasel, so if you’d like to tell the world about one of your favorite art supplies, you can! Just write down a short review, take some pictures and send it in.

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Friday in Artist Polls – If you’ve got your own website, you probably know how many people visit your site each day. But have you ever wondered how your website’s traffic compares to other artist’s traffic? If so, take this week’s poll and find out! I’ll post the official results this Friday.

Plus, here are last week’s articles one more time:

Urban Photography by An Xiao: Haiku Imagery and City Scenes

Jax Chachitz: Dynamic Abstract Paintings

Nathan Selikoff’s Brilliant Fractal Artwork

Art and Architecture: B&W Photography by Paul Politis

Plein Air Paintings of New Brunswick by Michael Chesley Johnson

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