Looking for someone who could teach artists how to paint with confidence, editor-in-chief of the Pastel Journal, Anne Hevener, introduced me to Desmond O’Hagan. Known for his loose painting style, and bold, confident stroke work—and for instilling that skill and spirit in his students—Desmond visited the ArtistsNetwork studios to show us...
During my time working on videos for ArtistsNetwork.tv, I’ve had the chance to work with a lot of wonderful artists and because they’re also talented instructors, I’ve made a lot of artwork that I’m actually proud of! But when it comes to framing my artwork to hang, I’m lost. Or at...
It's time for Inktober again, and that means you can share your drawings with us for a chance to win some awesome art supplies!
In this guest blog post about art business, artist Kristy Gordon shares her advice for working with galleries and more.
Lee Hammond answers an art business question on the value of oils, watercolors, pastels, and drawings.
Sheldon Tapley tackles art business questions, such as the originality of art and the variety of art school options.
In this guest blog post about art business, artist Kristy Gordon shares her experience on how she got into an art gallery and became a professional artist. Her work is featured in the September 2015 issue of The Artist’s Magazine (get the issue here!) How I Got Into An Art Gallery by...
Working with a custom framer brings a host of benefits--especially when you understand what to look for, ask and expect.
When it comes to visual arts, it’s a good idea to compare your understandings and practices with similar interests, especially when it comes to art business.
Lori McNee offers art business advice to help you sell your art. Learn tips for working in a series here.
Hanging and displaying art and photographs baffles many, but there is a simple art gallery industry formula that you can learn to help you professionally hang your artwork.