I’ve been teaching basic tenets of branding for years, but, boy, I had no idea about everything that goes into creating a memorable brand.
The Professional Artist competition called for artists to create an original piece of art in a 2.5-by-3.5 inch space, and more than 100 readers took the challenge.
We asked you to create a masterpiece in a 3.5-inch-by-2.5-inch space for Professional Artist magazine's second annual "Your Big Talent. One Small Space."
Florida-based Magazine Professional Artist was honored Aug. 2 for publishing excellence by the Florida Magazine Association, including a first-place award for best cover.
Professional Artist presents its Second Annual Blank Canvas Art Contest. Enter by Oct. 1 for a chance to be published in the magazine!
Preview several of the chapters appearing in the Pocket Guide to Self-Publishing for Artists, on sale now.
Get started with self-publishing your art in print and online with this easy-to-use and informative 40-page pocket-sized guide authored by Professional Artist contributor E. Brady Robinson.
Professional Artist is taking its mission of empowering artists to the next level with the first-ever Professional Artist Month.
Preview several of the articles appearing in the June/July issue of Professional Artist, on sale now.
This issue covers the ins and outs of publishing in print and digital markets. Learn how to get press coverage, publish your own book of your work, submit works to blogs, and more.
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The Professional Artist Annual Portrait Cover Contest features an open-ended interpretation of the term “portraiture.” The contest is open to artists 18 and up working in any media or style. Portraits may be literal or nonliteral representations (i.e. collage, digital collage, abstract works, etc. also accepted).
Generating income from art in the form of either cash or cash equivalents is always challenging, especially for artists who have unconventional ideas or create art that may not be commercially viable. The good news is that the art world is one place where anyone who shows talent and promise — marketable or otherwise — can get help in a variety of ways...
In the face of competing ideas, creative projects, and everyday tasks and responsibilities, artists can become blocked...
Get all of the 2010 issues of Art Calendar Magazine in digital format on one convenient CD-rom.
The following article is based on an excerpt from Renée Phillips’ upcoming book Vision, Passion & Purpose: Artists as World Changers.
Brenda Hope Zappitell teaches a three-day workshop called “Building an Abstract Series.” Photos by Shane Robinson.
Professional Artist contributor Brenda Hope Zappitell discusses her process as an abstract painter and why she's thankful. For more on Zappitell, visit ProfessionalArtistMag.com