I have been using twitter for a while now; it is a very good social network for the promotion of art, especially because the followers feel more personally involved in your life. With time and practice, I managed to understand the mistakes that should be avoided while managing your twitter account.Read More
The longer you work at creating things, whether it’s websites, essays or paintings, the greater the odds you’ll have day where you don’t feel like doing it anymore. Until that day you may have heard others describe burnout, but you just shrugged it off as superstition, or perhaps you believed yourself immune. But the day it hits you, the world seems suddenly grey.
So how to deal with a creative burnout ?Read More
"Can you name an artist you read about three years ago in Art Collector, Plein Air Magazine, Southwest Art, Western Art Collector, Art Business News, International Artist, American Art or Art of the West Magazine? You will find these articles have little lasting effect." -- Jack WhiteRead More
I can't stress this enough: You can't compete with a team. You certainly can't compete with an online art marketing machine operated by multiple hands! Take Laura's advice to heart. Be realistic about what you can accomplish on your own.Read More