Monday in Selling Art Online – If you’re getting a decent amount of traffic to your art website or art blog but NOT selling much art, I’ve got a few tips to pass along which may help. Check back tomorrow to learn more.
Tuesday in General Art Advice – Thinking about attending a spring or summer workshop? On Tuesday, painting instructor Eli Cedrone will explain what to look for in a workshop and how to get the most out of it once you’re there.
Wednesday in Featured Artists – Mark Schwartz creates fresh, colorful artwork that is sure to appeal to anyone. . . especially if you’re into shoes. Drop in on Wednesday to see what I mean, and feel free to submit your own art to be featured as well.
Thursday in Art Websites – Artition.com is a fairly new social network for artists which I’ll be reviewing this Thursday. As long as you can get past the predominantly pink color scheme (no, I’m kidding, the pink actually looks fine) it seems like it might be a solid networking option for artists.
Friday in Selling Art Online – Last week someone asked me to list the pros and cons to having your own artist website, as opposed to signing up for a group gallery online. After responding I realized that it would be a good topic for an article on EmptyEasel too, so I’ll run down the full list right here on Friday.
Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:
PanPastel: Bringing Painterly Innovation to the Pastel Medium
8 Ways to Improve Your Paintings Instantly
Inspired Floral Photography by John Guild
The Long History of Food in Art (by Donovan Gauvreau)
Painting Positano: One Painter’s Trip to the Italian Coast
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