Late last year, a Facebook friend posted something about a new art auction site, to be run by someone called The Brigham Galleries. The short story is that the owners had decided to close their “bricks and mortar” gallery location on Nantucket and instead sell exclusively through online […]
This article was in Andrew’s latest newsletter. I don’t have a lot of experience with commissions, having only done a few dogs and one horse portrait over the years. When I read this article, I saw that it had a lot of good information that would be of […]
We had a heck of a series of winter storms last week here in California. And this week a large chunk of the rest of the country is getting wacked. It’s stay indoors season. Not a great time to paint outdoors, unless you’re one of those seriously hardcore […]
A Facebook artist friend posted a link to a web page which said a survey showed that 96% of Americans value art in their communities, but only 27% value artists. What’s up with that? That page is part of the site of United States Artists, whose mission is […]
American Artist magazine has a very good blog called the “Artist Daily”. Today’s post is particularly interesting for artists who are wondering if they can sell on their own without a gallery. The answer seems to be “yes”. Check it out here.
Having hit the 100 fan threshold (the count is 137 as of this morning), I was able to register a unique URL for my fan page. It’s at http://www.facebook.com/SusanFoxArt
Christopher Gervais and Wildlife Art Shows are out of business, citing “the global economic crisis and cost analysis of upcoming events.” I guess he forgot about the criminal investigations and the fact that the wildlife art world is on to his rip-off business practices. If you are signed […]