This Week: 4/21 through 4/27

By Dan in Weekly Preview

Monday in General Art Advice – Are you running out of space in your spare bedroom/temporary art studio? If so, come back tomorrow for some helpful advice on renting studio space—it’s the perfect article if you want to get out of your house, but don’t know where to start!

Tuesday in Drawing Tips – EmptyEasel’s colored pencil expert, Carrie Lewis, will demonstrate how to start a drawing with water-soluble colored pencils. Drop in for that excellent step-by-step tutorial this Tuesday.

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Wednesday in Featured Artists – Don’t miss out on Susan Easton Burns’ spontaneous and colorful paintings. As always, if you’d like to submit your own artwork to be featured, please send it in!

Thursday in Photography Tips – There might be no better way to improve your photography skills than by challenging yourself with a long-term photography project. This Thursday, Zach McCabe will explain what he looks for in a long-term project, and how you can get started today.

Friday in Art Marketing Tips – Finish out the week with four tips from Alyice Edrich on making a blog posting schedule that will engage your fans, your friends, and your long-time blog readers.

Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:

5 Reasons Why you NEED Quality Photos of your Art for your Art Website

How to Create Art From Found Objects

Ronke Aina-Scott: Cultural Acrylic and Mixed Media Paintings

When and How to Use your Camera’s Histogram Tool

An Interview With Rebecca M. Beal

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