This Week: 6/14 through 6/20

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Monday in General Art Advice – Tomorrow, Rachel Matthews will share three great reasons why it’s important to have your own studio space—not just a shared space—if you want to make it as a professional artist. Plus, she’s got a few tips for setting up your studio, too!

Tuesday in Drawing Tips – Carrie Lewis has created another excellent step-by-step tutorial, and this time she’s demonstrating how to draw a complementary grisaille in colored pencils. Don’t miss it!

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Wednesday in Featured Artists – This week we’ll be showcasing a “painter” who uses an incredible medium to create her works of art—I’ll leave it at that, so make sure to drop by and get the full story on Wednesday!

And remember, if you’d like to have your own artwork appear on EE, send it in! We’re always looking for new artists and artwork to feature!

Thursday in Selling Art Online – Finish out the week with an in-depth look at how professional artists capture high-res photographs of their artwork for the web. Some of the tools required are a bit of an investment, but you can’t beat the results!

Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:

My Review of the “Sketching People in Motion” Class at CraftsyThere’s a 50% discount for EmptyEasel readers as well, but don’t wait too long; it ends tomorrow!

A Cheaper Way to Frame a Painting

Daniel Walters: Old-timey Oil Paintings

Sidekick Arts: Bringing Artists into Schools

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