The New Face of Art Fairs & Festivals

During the pandemic, art festivals were forced to make sweeping changes in order to survive. The results have changed the way artists do business.

A Powerful Portfolio Speaks for a Nonverbal Artist

An emerging artist who creates from an existential place speaks directly to the viewer in a raw, emotional form.

How We Built a 3D Printing Business

Two creative entrepreneurs developed a niche market and scaled their 3D printing studio business.

What Artists Should Know About Print Advertising

Advertising in publications is an option for artists looking to gain recognition and cultivate collectors. If you are considering print ads, here’s what to know.

From Wall Street into the Artist Studio

During her journey from the financial industry to becoming an abstract painter, Leila Pinto has incorporated her experience on Wall Street and world events into her art.

The Accidental Artist

A sudden traumatic accident changed Alder Crocker’s life forever, leaving him with a physical disability and an amazing new creative ability.

Art as a Voice for Hearing Loss

Artist Priscila Soares’ work is focused on speaking out about hearing loss, motherhood and spirituality.

Contemporary Art Becomes Rug Design

Abstract painter Laura Parker moved beyond the canvas to envision her work as handcrafted rugs. She speaks about her journey and the cause she has embraced.

How One Artist Self-Published a Book

Painter Josh Lance tells the story of traveling the world and creating art through the publication of a book that documents his life and work.

The Art of Grieving – 365 Days of Painting

Artist Preston Zeller turned a tragic event into a force for good. His project The Art of Grieving, is a platform for change and discussion around the topic.

An Artist’s View of the Pandemic and Social Inequity

Artist Robin Holder’s powerful work opens a dialogue about changing perceptions on race and culture, and moving towards a greater humanity.

The Power of an Artist Story

Anita Nevar uses her true story in conjunction with her painting portfolio to make a strong connection with her target audience.

Finding Your Artistic Voice

A recent conversation with photographer/teacher Karen Hutton ranged deeply into understanding and sharing one’s artistic voice, and the opportunity we have to act as cultural visionaries.

Artists and Legacy Planning

How important is it to plan for your art career to outlive you? Elizabeth Hulings, heir and manager of her artist father’s estate, explains how to prepare for your artist legacy.