EBSQ Friday Five

Running in the Holly by Harlan

1. Harlan’s needle felted creations always make me smile and this one sings of the holidays.

2. Illustrator Kelley McMorris shares an excellent tool to help you price your art – Toggl.

3. The Huffington Post has a list of the 30 Best Art Books of 2013. Have you read any? Would you add any?

4. Creating Good Art Karma is another invaluable article, and a must read, on art marketing from EmptyEasel.com.

5. How Our Camera-Phone Nation is Inspiring Artists – “Now that everyone is a photographer, artists are redefining what photography is…” I would love to know your thoughts on this article!


EBSQ Friday Five


1. Jail Bull – Melinda Dalke’s Halloween pooches are some of the cutest at EBSQ. Be sure to check out the rest of her blog for other Halloween canines.

2. Licensed KiniArt Westie Scrubs – The title says it all. Delightful Westies of Kim Niles’ imagination can now be found on scrubs!

3. How to Self-Publish an Art Book – More great advice from EmptyEasel.com for anyone who’s thinking of publishing an art book.

4. Sign up for the EBSQ Halloween Showcase – Upload art to the EBSQ Halloween Gallery and then visit the forums to let me know you’d like to be included!

5. Do you have a news worthy post you’d like to see in the EBSQ Friday Five? Email me at amanda[at]ebsqart[dot]com.


EBSQ Friday Five

1. 29 Faces in May ‘Air Element’ – As a collector of Matryoshka Dolls I could not resist sharing artist, Sherry Key’s face #10 for the 29 Faces in May Challenge. Isn’t she darling?!

2. An End Leads to a New Beginning – Stephanie Amos has an informative blog post on the business of art, specifically artist blogs, that you will not want to miss.

3. Addicted to Artistic Improvement – Delilah Smith made a list of five things you can do to improve your skill as an artist. Are there anymore you would add?

4. ArtView App for iPhone – Stacey Zimmerman has the rundown on Imagekind’s new App that will let you see how art looks on your own walls. Very cool!

5. Creative Reading – I have a blog post on my other blog about creative reading (fiction and nonfiction). What are some of your favorite art books?

Have a wonderful weekend!