Rest Stop (Study for Hangin' at the Mini Mart)
I have submitted a few articles to Empty Easel and they have previously used one of my pieces, Your Art Will Never Improve...Until You Embrace Change, in there weekly newsletter. Another will be published this Tuesday, July 19th in the art opinion section.
Tuesday in Art Opinion - When an artist does multiple paintings or drawings of a single scene, and sells them separately, what do the collectors think about it? Sharon Weaver was curious, so she made a point to ask. . . and she’ll share what she found out this Tuesday.
With so much talk about how to promote yourself and your work I think this is a no brainer. The last time my article appeared on the Empty Easel site I saw a very nice spike in the number of hits to my website so if you have something interesting to say, try submitting to an online art forum or art website. It is an easy way to get your information in front of a whole new group of potential clients.
Hangin' at the Mini Mart SoldTopics: Marketing 101
- Artist, Photographer, Webmaster, Etc.
- Should an Artist Duplicate a Successful Painting?
- Change is Necessary or Not
- Art Fairs: Another Scam or The Best Way to Market Your Work
- Thieves and Artists
3 Responses to Sharing Your Opinions
Love this one Sharon,the colours are lovely. I have been reading your blog, I love complementary colours and have also used reds or red violet as an underpainting for greens, it makes the painting sing!
Thanks Karen. Experimenting with color is so interesting. It leads to so many wonderful discoveries which can transform how you paint.
Thanks Sharon, sometimes I come across a scene where I can just paint it (if I am lucky) but quite often I spend a bit of time on composition.
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