It’s a new year beginning at midnight and may tomorrow January 1st 2012 begin a prosperous new phase for all your projects, growth and forward movement. Best wishes!
Do you create love themed art?
The Transmedia Artist AMAZON Pro store at www.amazon.com/shops/TransmediaArtist is reviewing Valentines Day art to add as new listings in the store.
The store currently lists original paintings, Giclee prints on canvas, limited Giclee prints on paper, digital art, and digital art prints, limited edition posters, and other print editions.
We would like to add more original fine art paintings and fine art prints, Giclee prints and posters, in any style, that we can promote and sell as gift art appropriate for the upcoming Valentines Day February 14th 2012 buying season.
If you create love themed art, and would like us to review your website or online portfolio, then submit your name and link using the form below:
Some things to do during the holidays:
Click sweepstakes to enter to win gift certificates for art supplies.
Join the new online artists rendezvous network created by the makers of Canson fine art paper.
Apply to Harpo Foundation, a grant giving arts organization with offices in Florida and Los Angeles, California. Starting in 2012, Harpo Foundation will review proposals from under-recognized visual artists interested in applying for a grant. Artists must first submit a Letter of Inquiry online by February 1, 2012.
Harpo Foundation also has fellowship program to support the development of visual artists. Annually, two Native American artists living in the U.S. will receive a one-month residency at the Vermont Studio Center which will include room and board, a private studio, and a 500 USD travel stipend. The deadline to apply for Harpo Foundation’s Native American Artist Fellowships application at the Vermont Studio Center is February 15, 2012.
You will receive a copy of William Phelps Montgomery limited edition print book of his art images free with each print purchased in the Transmedia Artist AMAZON Pro store . Plus for a limited time get free expedited shipping! Choose from 15 ready to hang limited edition Digital Art Prints laminated to museum grade plexiglass. All prints made on Lambda printers at PC Colour Lab, Los Angles, California, USA.
Click here to purchase Rusty Forest
To the Point http://amzn.com/B005J14JH0
|Metallic Screen #6 http://amzn.com/B005J14A3I
While researching a couple of amazing artists, I found a few blogs about painting that I want to share. The blog champagne.constant features a series of quality images of the paintings of Bernard Frize, and the KLOG blog has a feature on the paintings of Richard Pousette-Dart that is worth viewing.
Beginning December 7th and continuing until December 20th, Rui Cepeda, A. D. Coleman, and Roberto Muffoletto will be leading online discussions on current issues in photographic arts. Forum one: Dinosaur Bones: The End (and Ends) of Photo Criticism, explores the evolution and devolution of photography criticism over the past four decades. Forum two: Moments of Decision or Decisive Moments? Is photography about decisive moments presenting themselves to the photographer or about what the photographer decides to photograph? Forum three: The End of the Photographic Print and the Birth of the Image. This discussion will address issues related to the end of the photographic print and its shift to the digital image–atoms to pixels. To find the free registration option to introduce yourself and join in one or more of these discussions, visit the VASA site (http://vasa-project.com) and select “Forums & Discussions” from the menu.
Each week, Artspace gives members a chance to purchase a limited edition print in an insider sale. This week, Artspace features a print by New York City artist Kenny Sharf for about seven hundred dollars. Artspace also has a holiday offer of gifts for under $300.
The Transmedia Artist Amazon store also offers fine art gifts for under $100–
Limited edition Giclee Print on Paper: Agatha & Audrey by Aurora of Italy and Digital Art Print: THE PIANO by Karen Smith are both under $100 in the Transmedia Artist Amazon Pro Store. You will also find digital art and fine art posters for $30.
|A Digital Art Download, Titled: Kill Me in the Comments by Grase Migel|
James Dean & the ’49 Mercury – Poster Print by Chris Osborne
“This book is for the professional artist or the artist who wants to learn to be a professional,” Brainard Carey states in his introduction. Although that may sound like the beginning of a conventional how to book, just a few sentences further on Carey congratulates artists for being innovators in a world that values creativity, urging artist to bypass the traditional gallery system for more unconventional methods of getting their art to market. According to Carey, there is a burgeoning DIY movement going on that also pertains to visual artists doing it all themselves–their own marketing, promoting, and selling directly to the public.
Carey asks the question, “what if you could create a way of working with money that was as creative as making art? “
He then examines some of the creative ways that artists have sold their work and managed their art careers on their on terms.
Carey’s paradigm shift infuses his own brand of enthusiasm and methods of idea development with a tone that challenges artists to come up with their own new ways of earning money from their creativity. For artists already working outside the system and engaged in self-promotion and marketing, Carey presents “tools to pursue your dreams” — several chapters of practicable ideas containing real life steps to finding a patron, proposing an exhibit to a curator, and how the right winning attitude can make things happen.
Other “tools” contained in the 217 pages of Making It In the Art World include sample letters, a “workbook” portions of each chapter, and techniques on time management that Carey refers to as “the golden key” that will unlock possibilities.
This book is for artists looking for “ways to become more energized, more focused, and more productive,” Carey stated.
Brainard Carey and his wife Delia were included in the 2002 Whitney Biennial– a turning point in both of their art careers. Later, they jointly designed and continue to run their consulting business The Art World Demystified—providing mentoring services for creative artists. Brainard Carey personally coaches and advises artists on developing a professional art career. Yale University radio WYBCX hosts Brainard Carey’s show, The Art World Demystified, on which Carey has interviewed such art world luminaries as the art critic Arthur Danto.
Article first published as Making It In the Art World on Technorati.
Five new digital art prints in the Transmedia Artist Amazon Pro store
Digital Art Print: SAXMAN by Karen Gilmore http://amzn.com/B006GHBG6S
Digital Art Print: THE PINK DRESS by Karen Gilmore http://amzn.com/B006GHCRWU
|Digital Art Print: THE JOURNEY by Karen Gilmore http://amzn.com/B006GHC536|
Digital Art Print: THE PIANO by Karen Gilmore http://amzn.com/B006GHCGQ2
Digital Art Print: CLASSIC VIBE by Karen Gilmore http://amzn.com/B006GHDDGO