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The Creative Tarot by Jessa Crispin

I always get excited when I’m restocking the non-fiction shelves and a book like this crosses my path.  I love my job, don’t get me wrong, but so many of the titles that I toss around on a daily basis hold zero interest for me.   550 more words

Book Reviews

Artist Website Examples

Since my last blog about artist websites I have had a lot of requests for examples.  Since the artist website is THE most important marketing tool I have done some research about some more points and some sites that really do well. 111 more words

Art Business

Cultivating Gratitude

“‘Thank you’ is the best prayer that anyone could say.  I say that one a lot.  Thank you expresses extreme gratitude, humility, understanding.”  –Alice Walker… 357 more words

Personal

Artist Tip - The Artist Website

Simply put, an artist’s website is their most important marketing tool.  It is where your entire portfolio resides on the internet–where anyone globally can access and learn about your work. 790 more words

Art

Lost, and Found Again

You know my heart. You know me. You know where I’m going.

            Have you ever felt utterly lost, even when everything inside you knows that the main lesson your Father is trying to teach you is to trust him like you never have before? 947 more words

For Artists

MUSIC COMPETITION AUDITION DATES RELEASED - auditions for Open Mic UK 2016

Open Mic UK have announced their music competition auditions dates for Open Mic UK 2016. The Open Mic UK music competition auditions will be hosted at 15 regions across the UK and the competition will be searching to find the UK’s best singers, singer songwriters, rappers and vocal groups. 463 more words

Open Mic UK

'Workhorse' versus 'Racehorse'

Are you a ‘workhorse’ or a ‘racehorse’?  I consider myself a workhorse in almost every respect.

I cannot race through something just to finish.  However, I can keep going, making incremental progress and take a longer view, thereby working towards what I really want to achieve, which takes time, effort, and work, in most cases.   259 more words

For Artists