Richard Robinson’s free ebook is a painter’s diary – a collection of thoughts, realisations, notes, techniques and even an epiphany or two, written to inspire and enlighten any landscape painter. Enjoy!
We all wonder what the best ways are to get our artwork noticed and increase sales. Here are a few reasons why selling your art to interior designers might work for you.
Don’t you find that annoying? You get in the flow of painting and need a new colour of paint, but the cap of the tube is stuck solid. What to do? Here are a few tips.
When you create, you put your heart and soul into your artwork. You want as many people as possible to see your work and share your story. Here are a few ways of getting more exposure for your work.
Pick your favourite subject to enter the international artists art competition. You could win award certificates and a spread in the American Art Collector magazine or subscriptions.
Sherrie: “I am ‘cursed’ with a great studio, the comfort of being indoors often wins but I also seek inspiration outside. Last week I was chasing lamas, sheep, goats and a lone donkey in a field trying to capture them in line. I have no complaints with my life as an artist.”