July 2019 M T W T F S S « Oct 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
Tag Archives: Paintings
While the south was having tornadoes, we had our first thunderstorm last week. Always inspiring. Spring is bringing with its new blooms a burst of creativity. Storm over Lancaster Avenue, 16″x20″, canvas on board
You may not be thinking about investing in stocks, but have you thought about investing in art lately? Ok, so I have a vested interest. All the same, there is evidence that not only is art still selling, but will … Continue reading
I’m promoting the new online shop of my work at 1000Markets. They have a beautiful interface, and maybe 1/8th of the traffic that Etsy has. But they’ve already had some great press on Real Simple. You can read it here.
I finally figured out how to do a screen grab of a treasury on Etsy. Here’s one I just created that proves there are serious artists selling on the site.
I conducted a poll in one of Etsy’s forums yesterday to try to find out how many people were actually making a living with their paintings, sculpture or printmaking on the site or through other online endeavors. Surprisingly, about half … Continue reading
I met a wonderful poet online at Etsy, where I’ve recently begun selling small paintings. We were both featured in a fine art ‘Treasury’, put together by members. His poem ‘Compost’ is apropos for my lead-in to Buy Fresh, Buy Local’s benefit, … Continue reading
I’ve been pondering the interactions on Twitter and other social sites. Often it seems that people are overlooking simple forms of etiquette or what you could call the ‘Art of Woo’. Defined in their book titled the same, by G. … Continue reading
I recently began selling my own paintings on Etsy. Smaller works, smaller pricing. Here’s Rob Kalin, the founder, talking about his philosophies on sustainability and micro systems of commerce. ‘Millions of local living economies’… Percentages are better on Etsy than … Continue reading
I’m having a sale on small works at my newly opened Etsy shop. Please stop by and browse. Better yet, buy something! Happy New Year!