He’s thinking, “Wow! $80 for a framed art piece like that!” (Yep, I asked.) This piece is approx 11×14 and the black frame really sets it off.
I love this painting just because of the light — who wouldn’t fall in love with ‘No Bull’? I’m tempted to do this again just to play with it, but we’ll see — I have plenty of things that I’m painting lately. This is a 5×7 oil painting on linen panel. Fighting a little burnout…
I’m entering this oil painting in the local Floral Art Show, so here’s hoping that it’s selected. I’m very curious to see what a floral designer might do. The purpose of this show is to pair art with a floral designer who interprets the work in florals — so fun!
As an artist, you want to sell art — unless it’s a hobby, which is perfectly great. If it’s a business, how do you ‘make it’?
Perhaps other people have little invisible servants who make things tidy, but I don’t. I live in reality, baby!
Eau Claire’s Confluence Project is changing the Chippewa Valley by making it a special destination of its own. Surrounding areas are responding in kind with their own projects. What does it mean if Eau Claire becomes an art mecca?
Aside from working your butt off, cultivating your inner gladiator, and letting out a motivational roar every Monday, how can you get a step ahead of the competition?
I know of a guy who actually spent thousands on a bicycle. That concept to me is way out there, but, hey, he bikes a LOT. Thing is, the major decision for him of WHERE to purchase that bike (he bought locally – YAY!) came down to the company website. Simple as that.
I’ve read 1000’s of books in my lifetime.
There is a point, however, where you have to put the book down and get busy.
One of the things that I love about super juicy knowledge is how it rings true for more than one thing. Case in point – art. The other day I was watching a YouTube video on art. I love to draw, but, frankly, I’m out of practice because I had hit a wall.