Part 1: Making Prints
Part 2: Displaying Your Art
Part 3: Self-Promotion
Part 4: Exhibiting at Conventions
All of these are basic overviews, with tips on saving money and time doing stuff that seems complicated or expensive, but doesn’t have to be. If you’re just starting out…
SamHain has it going on!
Amber Case: We are all cyborgs now
skin on the drum - MICHAEL FRANTI and SPEARHEAD (by lmnopaul)
“Oranges and Lemons” acrylic painting on an antique book page about the church of St. Cement Danes in England by Vicki Bower.
Adorable mini sculpture has a built in loop for hanging and has lightly posable wings.
Two coats of marine varnish make it weather-resistant. Feel free to hang it on your porch in a semi-sheltered area to remind you to “Be Green!” and recycle whenever you can. Bee is made with 90% post consumer waste!
Bee is created from a repurposed pain reliever container and has a sparkly faceted “gem” inside that will catch and reflect the light. 5 inches long.
I drew this while worried about an artist friend (Tony Thompson of Utica) who had a cerebral hemorrhage. He made it out ok and now on the other side, has a deeper understanding of everything. I’m so glad he is okay, and feel this piece helped exorcise my misgivings.
It’s amazing the power of art. It allows one to take energy and convey it as a solid, tangible, and attainable.
2.5 x 3.5, mixed media drawing on salmon colored pink cardstock.