Stumped about what to gift that special person this year? A gift of original artwork is the perfect answer. Why? Because original art is personal one-of-a-kind demonstrates your thoughtfulness. Think art is too expensive? Of course, it's possible to pay thousands of dollars for a piece of original art, but often art created … Continue reading Holiday Gift of Original Art
My first art showing of the fall season went very well with the sale of several paintings and prints. The proceeds from this first fall show will just about recoup the costs of my art supplies, printing and framing for the year. So I call that a success! But I have been thinking, what if … Continue reading Success – How do You Measure it?
I'm excited to announce my upcoming shows for the fall. October 3 - 15 at the Seacoast Artists Guild Fall Show. The Seacoast Artists Gallery, 3032 Nevers St. at the Market Common, Myrtle Beach, SC. November 3 - 31 at … Continue reading Upcoming Shows
I got to thinking today about the difference between confidence and arrogance. As an artist, I may have confidence that a new painting is "good art." But when I go to put a price tag on it, I worry that I'm being over-confident - arrogant. Some say, "price with the market." But if every … Continue reading Confidence or Arrogance?
Soon I will be setting my easel up on the rocky coast of Maine - a far different vista than my sunny South Carolina beach home. A change of scenery is so important to the creative pursuit, but it's also vital for all persons to get away from time to time. Whether you physically head … Continue reading Change of Scenery