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DIY Guide to Photographing Sculpture on a Budget

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Photographing sculpture can be tricky. On the one hand, you know that stunning photos of your sculpture, ceramics or other three-dimension art is key to a successful art business. Whether you want to sell your art on your website, via…

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What are the Best Surfaces for Oil Painting?

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It’s a fascinating question for new and experienced oil painters: What are the best surfaces for oil painting? Or, to use the famous painters’ parlance, what “support” should you paint on when you work with oils? While the default answer…

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Unmissable exhibitions in 2023

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After an enforced break, art exhibitions are back with a flurry in 2023.  So what are the unmissable exhibitions in 2023 and how do you get the most out of them? Some artists shy away from exhibitions. They worry of undue…

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How to Create an About Me page that Makes Your Artist Website Shine

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Draft an Artist Statement in the Artweb Website Builder

The About Me page of an artist website manages to compress in one diabolical location many of an artist’s least favorite tasks: writing, boasting and web design. Creating the perfect artist website can feel like an impossible task. Whether you…

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DIY Guide to Photographing Jewelry on a Budget

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Who hasn’t succumbed to an impulse buy based on stunning photos of jewelry online? As an up-and-coming jewelry designer, you know that photographing your jewelry is the key to booming sales. Whether you want to sell on your website, via…

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The Nude in Art: the most natural expression of humanity

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What is more natural than the human body?  Nude, the body is flesh wrapped in bone laid bare for the human gaze to contemplate.  Is it any surprise that capturing the nude form has been the ultimate goal in art.…

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How to do a self portrait: the bravest form of art?

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You may be intimately acquainted with your face. But that doesn’t mean you know how to do a self portrait. In fact, mastering the art of self-portraiture can be a lifetime’s work in itself. Self-portraits offer an intriguing paradox. Most…

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2023 Art Social Media Marketing Calendar

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Art Social Media Calendar

Do you spend valuable time figuring out what to post on social media?  Let’s face it.  You know that more and more art buyers are discovering their next family heirloom online. But social media can be a huge drain on…

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How to write a title for your artwork

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With the right title, you entice and enthrall your viewers, even before they’ve had time to process the work. Ideally, a title should gesture to the theme, inspiration, or concept featured within the work, without giving it away completely.

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Selling Art at Artisan Markets: Tips for Success

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Selling art at artisan markets can be a great way to increase sales and visibility without the commitment of a brick-and-mortar store.

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Write the Perfect Artist Statement

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An artist statement sets out your unique philosophy as an artist in no more than 300 words (and sometimes as few as 150). It offers insight into your work, in your own words. It also provides context for your art and enhances the viewer’s experience.

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What is Beauty in Art? And Does it Still Matter?

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What is beauty in art? It’s an eternal question which tests our ideas of history, culture, geography, politics, race, religion, time and place.  But the question remains: should art be beautiful?  And if it should, what does beauty in art…

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How to Create Prints of Your Artwork

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As a painter, sometimes the market for your work can be limited. That’s particularly true if you work on a large scale or attach a high price to your art. One way to expand your market is to create prints…

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A Contemporary Art Guide To: Athens

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After weathering a decade-long economic crisis, riots and mass unemployment contributing to widespread social instability, Greece’s capital, long associated more so with its history than with its burgeoning present, has emerged in recent years as one of the most exciting…

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Become a successful artist: a step-by-step plan

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Becoming a successful artist means more than mastering your chosen medium. Learn how to set long-term goals and measure progress as you build your artistic career.

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