Answer: Nothing. I grew up in a village. At the time it felt like the whole world – for all of its size. It’s two
Today: From my Easel
Last blog I wrote about how creativity was everywhere in my daily life. This month however, I want to talk about how to add some actual art to our lives. In real time.
Facebook and You-Tube can feed an art habit, but I firmly believe we need to step away from the phone-screen, and the small-screen, to experience art fully.
It’s not about giving up our day job (even though I did). Even an occasional visit to an art gallery, play or film will make a difference.
I almost missed the email from Alyson Stanfield’s office at ArtBiz Coach asking me if she could feature one of my paintings on her blog
Actually I do know a lot about art. I’ve been a full time artist for nearly 30 years and this statement is one I hear
I’ve just pressed send on the second of four journal articles I’m writing over a two month period. The last is due on January 4