It may not seem like it but I am actually saving my own life by sketching the lifeguard shack. How does this happen? It comes out of a joke that … Continue reading Ensuring Safety with a Sketch of the Life Guard Shack
I am in the middle of completing a project for a client and have had a little trouble with my first draft. I used to do a very tight pen … Continue reading Are You Playing To Your Strengths?
I have spoken about this before in my seminars on art businesses so I thought it would be good to put some of that here in the blog. How important … Continue reading How important is your client?
What is my style? many artists ask themselves that very question day in and day out. Sometimes trying very hard to create one. A style comes out on its own … Continue reading Creating Your Style
If you visit my website and click on the solo show image or the link above you can read the details of the solo show coming up in September. I … Continue reading Marketing Your Art Show
We have decided to move ourselves and our studio and are in the stage of downsizing to a smaller location. Artists are typically famous for adding unnecessary items in the … Continue reading Downsizing Your Studio
Do you find you fall into lows and highs when creating? One of the best ways I found to combat that is to always have something on the drawing board. … Continue reading What’s on your drawing board?