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Monthly Archives: April 2007

Empty Easel – a terrific resource

If you have been considering selling your art online, you ought to check out the reviews by Dan over at Empty Easel. Here is a description from the site: EmptyEasel.com isn’t really about me or my art. Instead, it’s a place where I hope to help people understand art a little better. Whether you’re a […]

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Illustration Friday – Just for Fun!

Sometimes you just need to kick back and have some fun!

Illustration Friday is a weekly creative outlet/participatory art exhibit for illustrators and artists of all skill levels. It was designed to challenge participants creatively. It believes every person has a little creative bone in their body. Illustration Friday just gives a no-pressure, fun excuse to use it. No clients looking for a particular thing. No one judging the outcome of the work. It’s a chance to experiment and explore and play with visual art. So welcome, novices and pros alike.

Here’s a recent entry for the subject: Polar. It’s from artist, Mick Reasor, who blogs at 100%RealArt

Rex Menaced by a Polar Bear!

Rex, proud member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, while on patrol in the Arctic has just opened his breakfast tin of kippered herring when he is confronted by an impressive specimen of Ursus Maritimus (the polar bear).

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Art Print Marketing Teleseminar

This Tuesday April 24, I am the guest of the Art Biz Coach, Alyson B. Stanfield. In an hour long Teleseminar, we’ll explore why and how visual artists should capitalize on the print market. If you order prior to the seminar, it’s a special price of $9.95. You’ll also receive a 22-page PDF and an […]

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