EBSQ Friday Five

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Incredible Tabby Cat Scratch Board Speed Drawing

Cat lovers are going to adore this and the rest of you will be amazed too!

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EBSQ Friday Five

Lunga pausa di silenzio by Alessandro Andreuccetti

1. Art Seen: Lunga pausa di silenzio (Long Silence) is a beautiful, dream-like watercolor by Alessandro Andreuccetti. The contrasting colors pulled me in!

2. Artist Guide: PACT published an excellent article this week by Armand Carbrera on copyright – Protecting Copyright.

3. How To: “How to Video Your Art” Part 1: Camera Guide - I know some of you have been wondering!

4. In the News: The Case Against Art Show Entry Fees - Let me know what you think in the comments below!

5. Exhibits: We have two exhibits this month, Naked Trees and Airships. Don’t miss out!

 

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Inspiration: Airship Armada

In need of some inspiration for this month’s Airship exhibit? Take a look at this time-lapse video by Ginger Anne London, as she creates an armada of airships.

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EBSQ Friday Five

Ruby Crowned Kinglet by Janet M Graham

1. Art Seen: Janet Graham’s Ruby Crowned Kinglet is a little gem. I love her small bird paintings!

2. Artist Guide: How to Multiply your Art Revenue – I don’t think there is any one way to sell art, or increase sales, but this guide by Chris Wilson has some merit. I think everyone could tweak this method to suit their art business.

3. Learning Resources: Tip #14 from Cathy Johnson – Capturing the Effect of Distance and Depth.

4. In the News: 13 things about the man who gave his $500-million art collection to LACMA

5. Film: Mr. Turner will open to limited release (USA) in December, but it has been on tour with film festivals around the world. Have you seen it?

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How To Create Interesting Abstract Trees

If you’re looking for some inspiration for this month’s Naked Trees exhibit, take a look at this wonderful video from Jerry’s Artarama and Tom Jones.

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EBSQ Friday Five: Halloween Edition

Happy Halloween!

Artists featured above are: Laura Barbosa, Penny StewArt, Lisa M. Nelson, CES, and Erika Nelson.

See more in our Halloween Art Gallery.

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Creatures of the Night

This spooky time lapse painting from artist, Mary Doodles, is perfect for Halloween week!

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Art Seen: Zombie Bride and Groom Dolls

Custom Zombie Bride and Groom Dolls by Lisa M Nelson

Custom Zombie Bride and Groom Dolls by Lisa M Nelson

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EBSQ Friday Five

Zombie Pumpkin by Jordana Hawen

1. Art Seen: This Zombie Pumpkin by Jordana Hawen is soooo creepy cute! He’s on the front page now. Go have a look!

2. Inspiration: EBSQ’s Sherry Key shared a link to Danish artist, Lise Meijer, blog post on how to get unstuck. Her #1 one way is the same as mine: ‘move the body.’ Going for a walk or anything that takes me out of the studio and gets the blood flowing is my best fix for any problem I’m having a with a painting.

3. Artist Guide: Muddy Colors has an excellent post by Greg Ruth titled, The Art and the Artist. The article is a guide for how we present ourselves as creators in this digital age–our online and offline presence and actions.

4. Learning Resources: Tip #116 from Cathy Johnson – Studio in a Backback. This is a must read if you’re planning a holiday and want to bring along some art supplies or if you’re on a mission to capture that hidden watercolor off the beaten trail.

5. In the News: If you’re lucky enough to earn a living from your art, you’re probably white. The thing about racial diversity among working artists in America is that it pretty much doesn’t exist.

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