As some of you know, over the next few days I’ll be interviewing several applicants for the new writing positions at EmptyEasel, as well as working on a big upcoming feature for our foliotwist artists. (We’re in the process of adding full customization of colors, fonts, logo placement—it’s a lot of work!)
So, instead of publishing new articles this week, I’ve handpicked five “blasts from the past” for you to enjoy. If they’re new to you, I highly recommend them:
Oil Painting Supplies that Every Beginning Oil Painter Needs
Vineyard Patterns: A Plein Air Painting Demonstration by Jennifer Young
Avoiding Tangents – 9 Visual Blunders Every Artist Should Watch Out For
Branding 101: Creating a Strong Brand for Yourself and Your Art
How to Plan and Prepare a Solo Art Show on a Shoestring Budget
And here are last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:
What is Search Engine Optimization (And How Can Artists Use it?)
Quick and Easy Lists and Tips for Organizing Your Office
Jennie Brigham: Dazzling Fresh Fruit in Oils
CollegeArtOnline.com: Quality Student Artwork at Affordable Prices
How to Paint Over History (In a Good Way)
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