Monday in Selling Art Online – For a while now I’ve wanted to write an article that simplifies “selling art online” to the absolute basics. . . so tomorrow I’ll be covering the three (big, important) things that every artist needs to be successful online. I hope you’ll check it out.
Tuesday in General Art Advice – Charlotte B. DeMolay will be wrapping up her 4-part series on teaching art, for fun and for profit. In this final article, Charlotte shares some great tips for growing and expanding your art-teaching business.
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Wednesday in Featured Artists – Alfred Currier is an artist who creates simple, eye-poppingly-colorful oil paintings. Drop in on Wednesday for Lisa Orgler’s full review.
Thursday in Painting Tutorials – A lot of you have been writing in with advice on how to keep acrylic paints wet on the palette, in response to this article from a few weeks back. Instead of appending the original, this Thursday I’ll be publishing a follow-up article that lists out all of your tips so far.
Friday in Photography Tips – At the end of the week our resident photography expert, Luke Montgomery, will be sharing several ways to avoid shaky camera syndrome, AKA, blurry images. Don’t miss it!