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You Must Adapt to Changing Technology

The quality of your art business and relationships are dependent on how well you understand and utilize new technological developments.

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The Artist/Gallery Relationship: Two Perspectives, One Vantage Point

For the past 17 years I have been a member of gallery management by day and a studio artist by night. Wearing both hats has given me invaluable insight.

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Keep it Clean! How to Extend the Life of Your Brushes

Although not fun, carefully cleaning and conditioning my brushes after a day in the studio maintains the quality and adds to the life of the brush.

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Catching Up With: Brenda Hope Zappitell

"The work comes first; push yourself to do the best work you can. Once you are doing your best work, you need to get it out into the world."

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The Distinct Echoes of Futurama

Futurama, the General Motors exhibit, was Utopian fantasy wedded to corporate dreams of unending consumption.

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Ease Overwhelm with These 8 Time-Saving Tips

Just three years ago, I remember sitting down and crying to my husband that I couldn’t work any harder.

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Secrets to Selling Art on the New Etsy

Do artists such as Whitlock engage in ongoing marketing for their lucrative, meaningful, part-time incomes on Etsy? Shockingly, no.

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Help Level the Playing Field for Women Artists

Even though women artists are far better represented today, women must continually push the conversation about attaining gender equality.

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How Film Saved An Infamous Photo

When Halstead learned of the Clinton/Lewinksy affair, he had an assistant sift through thousands of "discarded" film slides.

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Selling Your Art through Corporate Art Consultants

If your artwork is appropriate for the business environment, this kind of relationship could lead to a lucrative career.

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Boost Creativity with Essential Oils

Using aromatic oils that make you feel positive, relaxed or euphoric, you can create a mental environment where your creativity can flourish.

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Eureka! The Purpose Of Your Newsletter

A newsletter has a regular schedule. It’s a promise you make to yourself and your art. It’s also a promise you made to your subscribers.

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Portrait Pick, Runners-up Announced

We loved getting a glimpse into the images that resonate with you and serve as metaphors to your hectic, multitasked, wonderful and creative lives. Our top entry was…

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AUG+SEPT 2015

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Enter Our Blank Canvas Art Contest

Professional Artist presents its Third Annual Blank Canvas Art Contest. Enter by Oct. 1 for a chance to be published in the magazine!

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Free Art Books Just a Click Away

Growing up, our house was crammed with books. Today, the Internet gives you access to sections of and entire books thanks to digital archiving.

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Stop Wasting Time on Social Media

It’s not that you need to be posting and sharing more. It’s that you should make sure your ROI (return on investment) is worth it for you.

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Consider Your Art for The Health Care Industry

The need for art in health care facilities is continuously growing in sync with the country's aging population.

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Five-Star Exposure: Your Art in Hotels

The Umstead maintains an art gallery open to the public, and new exhibitions are featured every few months.

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An Open Letter to the Art World

How do I do what I love, when I hate the world in which it exists?

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