Monday in Selling Art Online – If you’ve ever wondered how social networking online can actually lead to real-world opportunities for your art, don’t miss tomorrow’s article by Moshe Mikanovsky. He’ll be sharing two stories of artists who have successfully used Twitter and Facebook to advance their art careers.
Tuesday in Art Movements – Art historian Donovan Gauvreau offers some insight into the artistry and industry of comic books, including a fascinating look at the intricate methods used to produce them.
Wednesday in Featured Artists – When it comes to painting light, fresh, crisp-looking still lifes, Lindsey Tull is definitely an artist to watch. Check back on Wednesday to see her work, and (as always) feel free to submit your own artwork to be featured on EmptyEasel, too.
Thursday in Selling Art Online – Stop by this this Thursday for my review of Artful Home, a curated websites for all kinds of artists and artwork—including sculpture, glass art, wall art, and more.
Friday in Announcements – If all goes as planned, at the end of the week I’ll be announcing a few new writers for EmptyEasel. Drop in on Friday to get the full scoop!
Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:
4 Ways to Mix Acrylic Paint and Create your Own Colors
My Review of Nuzart.com: Print-on-Demand Artwork for a European Market
Mark Tisdale Photography: Traveling Abroad through the Camera Lens
How to Get Your Artwork Into the Public Eye (Artist interview)
RAW versus JPEG: Which Image Format on my Camera Should I Use?
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