Have you ever received criticism that was hard to take, yet has made a major change in the way you approach your studio work?
There are things I can’t do right now because I don’t have the energy to do them, and it took me a long time to realize that that’s okay.
People buy art because 1. They like it; 2. They buy a piece of us. No, not physical slices, but think about the slice you can tell people to encourage their interest.
For many people who have reached their goals and been blessed with success, gratification comes not through more conquest, but through helping others.
Most every artist deals with some level of fear, manifesting itself in a variety of ways.
I am inspired when the sun begins to set, and the lighting deepens to a rich, warm glow. Even the most mundane objects become the star of the show.
Why are you as an artist so lucky? Your friends have boring jobs; they think yours is fun. And it is! Plus nine more reasons to celebrate.
Is there anything more wonderful than a work of art? Artsy Shark takes you on a tour of our artist friends creating in their studios and on location.
Talking about your artwork in front of others helps expand your comfort zone.
The moment you jump tracks and you start to work a different way, suddenly your work takes on a huge degree of freshness.
I could not ignore the path I chose. Every painting I complete gets better and better.
There seems to be a general consensus even in the art community that many artists are a little “out there.”
Being centered and aligned with your resources, lining up the right amount of support, confidence, and happiness in your process and target market is key to planning a move forward and staying the course.