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Art Education VS Art Industry: The various paths, issues, and opportunities for professional art education

One of many complaints from gallerists and art dealers, especially those that primarily exhibit early-career or local artists, is the lack of professionalism by the artists themselves. 2,846 more words

Art Business

Artist Tip #3 - Images

As we have discussed in the previous tips, the written materials are key to helping you attract people to your work and connect with it, hopefully leading to more sales.  465 more words


The Search for Approval: A Story of Freedom, part 3

The risky choice to defy the expectations that we place on ourselves or that we accept from others will undoubtedly raise questions in our minds and hearts. 915 more words

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Why do Writers Drink?

In the short segment listed below, writer Blake Morrison asks the question: Does it help writers to drink? Certainly Jack Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, John Cheever, Ernest Hemingway and F Scott Fitzgerald thought so. 406 more words

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Artist Tip #2 - The Written Materials

I know, I know, the work should sell itself right?  Not realistic… unfortunately.  It is imperative now more than ever that an artist have clear, concise written materials that explain and engage the viewer.  530 more words


Redefining the "Gig": A name change

I’m very happy to announce the new name of this blog – which I think continues the theme that I’ve started but makes it even more clear. 437 more words

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Shattering Expectations: A Story of Freedom, part 2

There’s this curious story in the book of Matthew where we see Jesus, in the middle of his ministry years, making a journey to his hometown of Nazareth. 1,066 more words

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