This Week: 1/17 through 1/23

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Monday in Drawing Tips – Drop in tomorrow for an excellent article from Carrie Lewis discussing her favorite drawing surfaces. She lists the pros and cons of several popular brands of paper, along with a few. . . less standard. . . options. :)

Tuesday in Featured Artists – Don’t miss seeing Alexis Guthrie’s absolutely stunning, texture-heavy paintings. Then, why not submit your own artwork? We’d love to see it, and we’re always looking for new artists to feature.

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Wednesday in General Art Advice – Last but not least, John R. Math will finish out the week with five great suggestions for every artist looking to impress a panel of judges. This one is definitely worth a read!

Plus, for today and tomorrow only. . .

Our friends over at Craftsy let me know that all of their NEW online classes are on sale up to 50% off—including all of their new art & photography classes.

Here’s one from James Richards that I found, brand new to Craftsy and just $19.99:

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Apparently they don’t do this often, so if you’re interested, head on over and grab a discounted class today. Each purchase also does a little bit to support EE, and with the current discount going on, it’s a great time to buy!

Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:

3 Ways to Identify the Best Audience for Your Art

Svetlana Tikhonova: Painting Contemporary Mystical Realism

7 Questions To Ask When Comparing Art Website Services

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