EBSQ Friday Five

Red Fox in Repose by Patricia Lee Christensen
Red Fox in Repose by Patricia Lee Christensen

1. Red Fox in Repose – Each Friday morning I’m going to choose something from the EBSQ front page. Today’s Patricia Lee Christensen’s zen fox caught my eye.

2. Did you hear about the newly discovered Van Gogh painting? Of course you have, but if not check out this article from the BBC.

3. 22 Famous Artists Draw the United States from Memory. Cool.

4. The Secret Role Copy Machines have Played in Modern Art.

5. Want to create your own Glitch Art? Now you can with this glitch generator.


EBSQ Friday Five

Discovery, Fairy Laundry Day by Sherry Key
Discovery, Fairy Laundry Day by Sherry Key

1. Discovery, Fairy Laundry Day Redux – Sherry’s Key’s imagination is tickles my inner child. I adore this redux of her original Fairy Laundry Day, but I may be a bit bias–I own the original. 😉

2. How to Get Published in a Bead/Jewelry Magazine – Laura Bracken has an excellent post for jewelry artists wanting to be published. This is only Part 1 so be sure to follow her blog for part two.

3. Watercolor Walk-through – Carmen Medlin shares a walk-through for two of her latest watercolor aceo paintings. Discover the in’s and out’s of her process!

4. Art in the White Mountains – Congratulations to Jeanne Forsyth! She has recently been accepted into the North Easter Arizona Fine Arts Association. Her paintings will be on exhibit at the High Country Art Gallery beginning May 22nd.

5. Cambodia vs. the Cleveland Art Museum – Cambodia is the latest country to come forward seeking art they say was stolen from an archaeological site.

EBSQ Friday Five

Little Mermaid by Natalia Pierandrei

1. Little Mermaid Charity Auction – EBSQ Artist Natalia Pierandrei, along with other influential artists, is participating in a charity auction to help Robin Sullins. Follow links on her blog to learn more.

2. MOTM: One Thing Leads to Another – Have you downloaded this month’s free mandala from Maureen Frank? “This month’s mandala reminds us that our lives are a journey…weaving in, out and around in all manner of directions.”

3. Understanding your Story as an Artist – Artist Statements, Blogging, and the dreaded Bio are hurdles we have to tackle as artists. EmptyEasel.com has a great article to you approach these essentials.

4. The 1913 Armory Show Shook the Art World – The centennial is approaching for the 1913 Armory Show, one of the most famous art exhibitions in history.

5. Have you entered one of our February Art Exhibits?