This Week: 7/25 through 7/31

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Monday in Video Tutorials – Sometimes it’s nice to just watch over another artist’s shoulder as they paint. . . Drop in tomorrow to see how Jean Pederson dials up the contrast in a watercolor portrait by adding complimentary colors of blues and greens.

Tuesday in Art Marketing Tips – Want to add a third column to your art blog? It may be a bit difficult for a novice, but if you’re comfortable digging around in the inner workings of your Blogger blog, then don’t miss Tuesday’s article.

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Wednesday in Featured Artists – Jelaine Faunce’s carefully composed, gorgeously detailed oil paintings will leave you wanting more and more. See her work on Wednesday, and don’t forget to submit your own art to be featured as well.

Thursday in Artist Interviews – Alyice Edrich and Matt LeBlanc discuss several ways that you can effectively market yourself as an artist, even if you’ve got a full-time day job. Highly recommended reading.

Friday in Art Opinion – At the end of the week, kick back, relax, and experience a day (or two) in the life of a traveling artist, as John Stillmunks offers up his take on this summer’s Sugar Creek Art Festival in Normal, Illinois.

Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:

VIDEO: Using Contact Paper for Masks & Stencils

Introducing the “Artists Helping Artists” Internet Radio Show

Saundra Lane Galloway: Finding a Common Thread in Collage

How To Handle Comments on your Art Blog

My “Unconventional” Interview With Chris Guillebeau

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