There are five big legal aspects you should understand if you want to be a professional artist. Ignore any one of these, and you may end up in some legal hot water.
Running a family business is a challenge that is never completely met. When I began Jack Richeson and Co., Inc. over 30 years ago, I never imagined that one day this business, in an industry I love, would be able to provide an income not only for 8 family members, but also for over...
Paul Dorrell, owner of Leopold Gallery, has clients that include Warner Bros., H&R Block, the Mayo Clinic, the Kansas City Chiefs, and more than 1,000 private collectors. He’s a public speaker and the author of the guidebook for artists, Living the Artist’s Life, Updated & Revised. Recently, he contributed to The Artist’s Magazine’s “Ask...
Wondering how to display art on paper? Get advice from the pros: Litsa Spanos, Chris Morris and Craig Valentine of Art Design Consultants; Paul Schaff of Wellage and Schaff Fine Art Services; Michael Chesley Johnson, pastel artist; Jean Pederson, watermedia artist; and Michael Skalka, Chairman ASTM D01.57.
Is there a way to seal or coat an oil pastel painting so that you can hang it without need for glass? Find out in this "Ask the Experts" from The Artist's Magazine.
Four professional artists and framers share their best advice for choosing the right frame for an oil painting in this free excerpt from The Artist's Magazine.
What are TIFFs, EPSs, PSDs, and JPGs, and what are the pros and cons of each? Find out in this "Ask the Experts" from The Artist's Magazine.
Are oil pastels compatible with other (non-oil) pastels, and do the same application techniques apply? Do they have any different requirements for such things as supports, priming and fixing? Find out in this "Ask the Experts" article!
What do the terms DPI and pixel mean, and how do they relate to photographing your artwork? Find out in this "Ask the Experts" from The Artist's Magazine.
Is there a fixing agent for watercolor that will set the paint? Find out in this "Ask the Experts" article by James Toogood.
Pencil marks showing up in your watercolor painting? Ask the Experts author James Toogood explains the characteristics of watercolor so you can create your best work.