Becoming an Artist After 60

At the age of 60+, these entrepreneurs are pursuing their dreams. How did they do it, and what advice do they have for others?

Augmented Reality Turns a Painting Into an Experience

Launching their collaborative work in Greenwich, England in 2016, Raven and Marot produced an augmented reality art exhibition titled “The Danger Tree” that commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.

Advice for Artists from an Interior Designer

I have purchased art at street shows from young artists just starting out who exhibited great talent to established artists who were in corporate collections.

Selling Art: Out of the Box and On the Road

I wanted a lifestyle business where I had the freedom and mobility to get out and be in the world, not stuck in a production studio and working myself to the bone with a grueling show schedule.

All About Art, Money & Success

You can’t be successful until you know exactly what you want and you have a clear picture in your mind of what success means to you.

Marketing Strategies for Photographers

by Carolyn Edlund Photographer’s representative Maria Piscopo has written a definitive guide for marketing photography. She shares insights for improving your own business.     In her newest (and Fifth) edition of The Photographer’s Guide to Marketing and Self-Promotion, author Maria Piscopo provides clear and thorough direction for selling in different markets, and taking advantage […]

Smart Art Marketing: Build Your Network

I spoke with artists Annie Salness and Emily Hancock about connections – making them, reinforcing them, and building friendships with customers, peers and others.

Creative Placemaking and Opportunities for Artists

Often, public art requires a team of creative professionals, stakeholders, and contractors working under the direction of one artist, often referred to as the “art director”.

How Artists Can Inoculate Themselves Against Rejection

Where I see a debilitating lack of self-esteem is not in their artistic practices, but rather in the business activities that are necessary to make them self-sustaining.

An Artist’s Journey

It really comes down to having a track record of exhibitions, a strong body of work and regularly putting yourself out there.

Meet Fiber Art Now

Our mandate is to connect artists to the resources that will help them with their career.

The Art of 3D Typography: An Interview with Noah Camp

3D typography is the art of altering letters in computer software that brings the text to life.

An Added Dimension: Interactive Art

Through my Interactive Art Series called “Re-Create” I am inviting the viewer to become a participant and to physically engage and create the composition of their liking.

The Human Condition, Divinely Inspired

by Carolyn Edlund Hamish Blakely’s masterful series of paintings of fallen angels won an award from Manhattan Arts in their “New Beginnings” competition, and further recognition by Artsy Shark for his concept and body of work. I recently interviewed him about this complex and meaningful collection.     AS:  How did you develop the concept […]