Cultivate Positivity Ever had a fantastic day ruined by one small mishap – stepped in a puddle, got cut off by another driver – that is the first thing you relate about your day when you get home? Adults these days tend to internalize and obsess over the negative. This was not always so. Humans […]
Think about what you can simplify in your life. What can you take out? What can you say no to? It helps to know what your goals are because then you can check each upcoming opportunity, and only say yes to the ones that will get you closer to them.
In this series, my goal is to help you get inspired – even when you feel creatively “stuck”. Last month I wrote about figuring out what rules apply to your creative output, and then purposefully removing (breaking, ignoring) those rules and seeing what happens.
Self-Care is important. Take breaks, do something rejuvenating. Whatever it is that re-energizes you so you can be more creative, productive and focused.
We are happy to announce a new guest blog series by artist Steve Borelli. Eye Candy will share Borelli’s experiences viewing amazing art all over the world. First up is The Slav Epic, by Alfons Mucha in Prague.
Getting creatively “stuck” is something that is so common among artists, it’s almost a cliché. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of books which address various aspects of creativity – developing it from nothing, bolstering your own latent creative potential, and getting out of a creative slump.
Do you need to rebrand or maybe refresh your brand? Have you been following this series, but thinking it only applies to someone just starting out? Or you’ve been running your business/making art for a long time and think you’ve done it all wrong? Changing direction? Don’t panic! It’s all doing to be okay. It may be time to shake things up a bit.
Artist’s responses to major events can not only communicate with the viewer, they can also help the artist by allowing an outlet.
Want to learn more about building a successful art career, but don’t have the time? If you’re anything like me, you’d rather be making art than studying up on the business of art. Now, with podcasts, we can do both at the same time. These 10 essential podcasts will teach you how internationally recognized artists are managing their marketing, sales, and relationships with galleries.
Up until now, this Branding Basics guide has been focused on creating your online brand. But what about when you are interacting with people in real life? You want to let the world know that there is a person behind that shiny brand – so here are some tips to make a good impression.