This Week: 4/10 through 4/16

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Monday in Motivation – Have you ever wondered how other artists get their amazing creative opportunities? Like art grants, or residencies, or even solo shows? If so, come by tomorrow for Niki Hilsabeck’s answer (it’s simpler than you’d think!)

Tuesday in Featured Artists – Don’t miss Nial Adams’ gorgeously painted cloudscapes—they’re truly breathtaking! And as always, if you’d like your own artwork to be featured on EE, send it in!

Wednesday in General Art Advice – Jonah Gruber will be sharing some excellent information about copyright and online art theft. Has someone already illegally copied your art online? Then this article is for you.

Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:

4 Ways to Know if You’re Buying High-Quality Colored Pencils

Herbert Kiesler: Picturesque Oil Landscapes

How to Design & Create Your Own Monogram

Plus, give a warm welcome to these two artists!

Today, I’m very excited to introduce a few of our newest artists at Foliotwist!

Cynthia Hallum is an acrylic and ink artist (among other mediums) who creates ethereal paintings in soft, glowing colors. Take a look at her gorgeous art here.

Susan Peters is a New York artist recently returned to painting after a long hiatus. Her work is vibrant and immediate, with bold colors and strong shapes. Check out this stained-glass style painting, or see the rest of her art here.

If you like what you see, let them know in a comment or message—I’m sure they’d love to hear from you!

Is there something you’d like to share on EE? Send it in!

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