New art, blogged by a handful of our artists. From left to right: The Romantic by Christine Striemer, Cloud Shadows by Karen Winters, Half Corked by Torrie Smiley, Harvest Moon Shield by Gretchen Del Rio, and Plum Tasty by Carol DeMumbrum.
1. Across the Street – This beautiful new painting by Christine E Striemer is available to purchase. Check her blog for details!
2. The Artist’s Magazine Finalist – Congratulations to Sandra Willard, a finalist in The Artist’s Magazine’s 30th Annual Art Competition!
3. 5 Ways to Get Inspired – Delilah Smith offers every day solutions to get inspired.
4. My New Art Studio – Yours truly moved over the summer. I shared my new studio space and goals on my blog.
5. Target Scholarships That Put an Art Degree Within Reach – US News & World Report has a great article on scholarships for artists and goes on to promote the various career opportunities for those with an art degree.
1. BYOBa – I can’t get enough of Sherry Key’s whimsical and often surreal art. Can you guess the meaning of BYOBa?
2. Hollyhock Painting Started – Take a peek inside Kimberly Vanlandingham’s studio to see how she gets started painting.
3. MOTM: Our Bodies – This month’s free mandala by Maureen Frank encourages us to listen to our bodies and slow down!
5. Tips on Pricing your Art for Licensing – I see this question pop up in the forums often. So here you go. EmptyEasel.com dishes out a few tips to help you with the process.
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.