EBSQ Friday Five

 

1. The Cheshire Cat – Patience’s September entry in the Nibblefest Art Contest is fabulous! Check her blog for an added dimension.

2. Art Appreciation 101 – Alma Lee explores her identity as an artist and we appreciate (or don’t) art today. Five Star blog post.

3. How to paint a tote – I love when artists share how to’s. This week Maria Soto Robbins shares how to paint a tote!

4. Midnight Reading Promotion – Did you know you can offer limited time promotions on Fine Art America?

5. Make a Video on your iPad (Sell more Art) – Delilah Smith expands art marketing reach with videos via her iPad!

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EBSQ Friday Five

The EBSQ Friday Five offers a brief look at noteworthy news from around the EBSQ Artist Blogosphere.

Lifeline Japan by Sherry Key

1. Artwork for Japan – Sherry Key is the latest EBSQ artist stepping up to help relief efforts in Japan. She has two auctions on eBay with 100% of the proceeds going to charity.

2. Wash-in: A Classical Painting Technique – Pati Springmeyer is sharing some of her classical painting knowledge she learned while studying at the Ryder School.

3. Poor Richard’s Art – Congrats to Erika Nelson who is now being represented by Poor Richard’s Art, a gallery in Rogers, AR. WooHoo!

4. Giclee Canvas Prints: A comparison – Stop by Jennifer Lommer’s blog for a great article comparing canvas prints from two major POD companies.

5. Supporting Local Animals – Sara Burrier is helping to give back to the ASPCA and you can help too!!

 

Have a wonderful (and hopefully snow free) weekend!

 

EBSQ Friday Five

The EBSQ Friday Five offers a brief look at noteworthy news from around the EBSQ Artist Blogosphere.

1. Indian Summer – After a year away from painting Julianne Richards is back! Indian Summer is her second painting of the year.

2. Chinese Brush Painting with Susan – Read all about Cathy Santarsiero’s studio play date and her exploration into Chinese brush painting.

3. Creating Memorable Art – Artist Michele Carter shares a bit about her process and what it means to create memorable art.

4. Deadlines and Targets – Jeremy McKay is having an Open Studio to highlight his 100 paintings of La Jolla Cave. Check his blog for date and time.

5. Day 1, Resolve and Other Words of Note – Pastel artist Brenda Boylan is taking a workshop. Don’t miss this post and her others highlighting her day and it’s creations.

Have a wonderful and creative weekend!