Welcome to part 3 in our ‘Exhibiting your Art’ blog series – how to work with commercial galleries. So far the series has looked at getting started and holding your own exhibition, with future articles set to cover ‘submitting to group shows’…
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Do you struggle with colour when painting portraits? Read our guide here at ArtWeb to ensure you achieve the right skin tone every time.
What’s the key to maintaining a successful art blog? Here at ArtWeb, we outline three of the most important questions to ask yourself.
If you have read our previous comprehensive artwork pricing guide, you’ll appreciate that selling your artwork isn’t as simple as just adding up all of your obvious expenses (paints, canvas, studio rent and the like) and giving yourself a wage…
Are you looking to rent an art studio? Read our post covering the process of finding and choosing the perfect artist’s work space.
In this artist interview, Lynda Minter shares with us her artistic process, ideas and inspiration. To see more of Lynda’s work, please visit her online gallery. Editor’s note: This interview was lightly edited for length and clarity. Being an artist…
Tips and advice for artists on improving creative productivity and time management. A few changes can go a long way.
Support Hart Club’s scholarship fundraiser, which will promote its mission to provide inclusive and accessible arts programming to artists with disabilities.
An artist’s book generally refers to an artwork which uses the form or function of a book. We take a closer look at this niche medium.
We present three artists who us collage in surprising ways, along with three techniques that you can try at home.