For the purpose of this article, I’m assuming that selling your work is something that you’d like to do. If you make art for love, and not for money, I respect that, but this article isn’t for you. Continue reading “How to Price Your Work”
This has been a source of constant debate in my life. Let’s go through the pros and cons together, to see if we can finally put the issue to rest. Continue reading “How Big Should I Paint?”
By far, the most common reason people give me for why their painting has fallen to the wayside is that they are too busy or have no time. Totally understandable; I’m busy too. And the reasons are often perfectly legitimate: wife is pregnant, kid has the flu, working two jobs, etcetera.
To help you get back in the studio more, I’d like to offer one killer time-saving method, so you can get the daily grind over with faster and get back to painting sooner. Continue reading “Killer Ways to Save Time”
When I was in high school, my classmates hated me. Continue reading “How to Give Constructive Criticism”
There’s a cliche that we artists aren’t business minded; that we’re not good at math, not very organized. Oh, and we starve. Don’t forget the starving part. Continue reading “How to Make Money Painting”
“There are no shortcuts. If you want to get better at something, you just have to put in the time.”