Posted by Laura | February 16, 2020
Landscape Artist of the Year, Part 2
How it went!
How it went!
So I did a thing this summer. I’m in a TV show called Landscape Artist of the Year Canada, premiering Feb. 16 at 9 pm ET/PT on @BeMakeful #LAOTYC
It’s been a chiaroscuro year.
Studio break for a couple months. All good.
Here’s a little interview I did on The Daily Juicebox. I chatter about my past, my work, and why I probably need counseling.
When you introduce yourself as an artist, people often remark in a well-intentioned way how you are “livin’ the dream,” because if you do what you love (everyone assumes people in the arts are doing what they love), you’ll never work a day in your life. That’s the dream: love, productivity, appreciation, but no work. There’s a […]
I gave a talk on “Art and Seeing Things” to a large group of Grade 4 students. There’s even a video.
I used to compile business plans back in my corporate days. These plans were fat, shiny binders bedazzled with rainbow charts and stuffed with sunny spreadsheets describing the annual fiscal resolutions of my department. Each salesperson would put in their anticipated revenue, admin would counter with anticipated costs, and there’d be a ton of back […]
In a previous entry, I discussed galleries, public venues, and charity auctions as potential sales channels for art. Now I’ll share my experiences with festivals and online websites. 4. Festivals and Events By “festivals”, I mean art-themed events like art walks and organized open studio tours. These are, by far, the best opportunity for sales. […]
I have mixed feelings about “exposure.” By exposure, I mean how you, fellow artists, get your work out into the world so people can enjoy it and possibly even remunerate you for it. Ways and means are: 1. Art Galleries 2. Public Venues 3. Charity Auctions 4. Festivals and Events 5. Online Websites and Communities I’m […]
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