February 8, 2017

Most artists are already familiar with this, and although I’ve painted for many years, I am new to marketing my work. The following may be of use to those of you who are also just beginning to grow your career as an artist. Last Friday evening I’d just returned from the artist reception at the […]

December 19, 2016

Drop an apple and it will fall to the ground. This is a fact. Why the apple falls is a completely different story, and is what humans understand as truth. We now understand the truth of gravity through the thousands of years of scientific research as “a natural phenomenon by which all things with mass […]

October 7, 2016

My wife takes late afternoon walks around our neighborhood to walk the dog or for general exercise. Sometimes she takes our grandson with her, teaching him about the value of observation and exercise. Other times she will take a bag and gloves with her to clean up the trash along her walk. I’ve been on […]

May 30, 2016

Last week I wrote a post about artist websites and how they unintentionally can alienate potential visitors, maybe even turning away interested buyers. This is part two of that post in which we dig a little deeper into the specifics of what a lot of artists’ sites can do to improve their users’ experiences. I’ve […]

May 27, 2016

As someone who has spent over 20 years as a web developer, I’ve picked up a thing or two about web sites in general. Before we begin, let me say I do not consider my web site the most awesome and coolest web site on the Internet, but it’s a start, it’s functionally sound, and […]