"Evening Wonder" was our top entry for our Blank Space contest.
Whether your occasion is a grand opening reception for a one-person exhibition or a more casual open studio, you can create successful art events.
Find interesting areas or sub-compositions within the larger composition of the failed painting, and cut these areas out of the larger piece.
About 17 years ago, I wrote my first article for Art Calendar in pencil on a yellow legal pad. At that time, it was printed in black and white.
Here are three examples that might give you ideas for productive ways to use your timer.
There are a number of email clients and related services that can help you manage your mail without losing your marbles.
Understand what’s required for getting and keeping gallery representation. Here’s a checklist of what you’ll need.
Instagram is popular with artists and collectors alike because it’s quick, simple to use, mobile and does not require a lot of writing when posting.
The position has a focus on copy editing/proofreading, occasional writing/gathering of content for articles and coordinator role to the publisher.
A misstep for organizing is people "want to clean up everything that's behind them before dealing with whatever is current,” Duffy said.
My brain has always assigned a color to a number, and that color has remained constant. I never thought this was odd.
Of all the qualities many successful artists share, I have learned that commitment and discipline may be the most valuable traits of all.
I’ve learned a lot about giving and receiving feedback. I owe much of what I know about feedback to Cynthia Morris, an artist and coach.
In order to turn tourists into customers, artists must be savvy, proactive, and alert to the vast possibility for income that tourists afford.
Professional Artist took home three statewide awards, including two first-place Charlie Awards for Best Overall Magazine and Best Cover.
The quality of your art business and relationships are dependent on how well you understand and utilize new technological developments.
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.
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.
"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."