Have A Great Thanksgiving! – Get One Free When You Buy Any #Artist Resource E-list

Wild Turkey, USA Photo CC0 Public Domain. Free for commercial use. No attribution required.

Wild Turkey, USA Photo CC0 Public Domain. Free for commercial use.
No attribution required.

 

A neighbor, who runs every morning, mentioned seeing wild turkeys in a certain area. So I took notice while driving one morning and saw seven wild turkeys in a farmer’s field near some woods. Since then I see wild turkeys everywhere–I’ve even had them in my yard. It’s kind of interesting how we notice things the more we start looking for them and are more open to seeing what others point out to us. Many photographers know that the more they look the more they see to photograph.

All artists who start looking for opportunities for their art–whether it’s for features in art magazines and art blogs, or for the best print sales venues– find many more great opportunities using our resources. Or if you are an artist wishing to connect with art dealers, art consultants and gallerists–our extensive e-lists will save you time narrowing down the best venues for your fine art and photography.

Today and tomorrow we have a Thanksgiving Special–buy one artist resource and get one free.

I shop at a local grocery store that offers Buy-One-Get-One-Free items, and I appreciate that! So I’m making the same offer to artists.

Buy an artist resource in either of our stores here or here then let us know which one you’d us to send you at no cost–use this contact form:

 

 

 

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Submit Your Art to Jung Katz Art Blog for #Artist Feature

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I’ve posted about Jung Katz before. I like them because they actively promote the artists they feature, and you’ll find drawing, paintings, photographic art, collage and other media on the Jung Katz blog. Recently, I encountered Jung Katz art tweets–follow them on Twitter here–that took me to their site.

From the Jung Katz art blog:

We’re looking for original artists, designers, and photographers to feature on our site.

Jung Katz contemporary art blog is accepting artist submissions for feature artist interviews.

Read the Jung Katz submission guidelines here.

Artists #Submit to SuperSonic: New Contemporary Art Blog

Screen Shot 2015-05-14 at 5.42.04 PMSUPERSONIC is a new contemporary art blog curated by Zach Tutor, running on Tumblr with over 445,000 followers. SUBMIT YOUR ARTWORK. For consideration, submit the link to your website only.

Submission Guidelines:

Please submit links to your website/portfolio only.

Please include your email address in the “DESCRIPTION” section.

Please do not link to single images, they will not be considered.

You can also submit via email by emailing supersonicart.com@gmail.com

Submitting your work does not guarantee being posted on Supersonic.

 

Find more Art magazines and art blogs here and here.

 

 

Curating Contemporary Blog

I’m continually on the look-out for quality fine art blogs, and I like to share the best of them with my own blog readers.

Yesterday, I discovered The Curating Contemporary blog which seems to have launched about a year ago in April 2013.  The blog currently has a feature interview with artist Clayton Colvin in Birmingham, Alabama, USA, with lots of studio shots and artworks. Since I just found the blog, I don’t know how frequently they publish. But you will find previously published blog posts in the sidebar menu on the Curating Contemporary blog here.

I’ve added Curating Contemporary to my 45 page list of links to art magazines and blogs for artists to read and submit to get their work featured–find the list here.

Gratis Submit List of Art Blogs, Art Magazines For Artists

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Artist Marketing Resources began building this list early in the new year, continually researching and adding new links, so that the list is now 21 pages.

Yes, this is your gratis list of Art Blogs, Art Magazines, and other art media including art TV, art radio, art publishers for you to use. How? Submit your art for more exposure.

Art Galleries like to represent artists that receive magazine and other feature coverage.

Here is your access link to this free list– https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=ilew9IA0R9UUIcXjF8ocRw

Feel free to share the link to the Art Magazine list with other artists.

Note:

You’ll need a copy of Adobe’s Acrobat reader to view the ebook. You can download that free http://get.adobe.com/reader/ 

Also: To read this or any PDF your Adobe Flash Player must be up to date–free upgrade here: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

NOTE: Older versions of Google Chrome will *not* open this or any PDF. If using Chrome you will need to make sure that it is the latest version of Chrome with an option at the bottom that allows you to read PDFs.

Best wishes

Marie Kazalia

email:  MarieKazalia@gmail.com

Artist Marketing Resources blog

http://ArtistMarketingResources.com

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Share Your Own Art

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Art Snapper on Pinterest has a share your own art board where you can add images of your own art to get more visibility for your work.

I’ve also found that there are many Tumblr art blogs that have options for you to either submit your art or upload your art and artist news, announcements or articles along with art images. Add your own art or cross-promote with another artist to mutually share–this is such an easy way to get more exposure. Also, many Tumblr art blogs also have Pinterest pin buttons. Once you add you artist article and image you can pin it to Pinterest.

Here are just a few Tumblr art blogs that accept your contributions of  images and writing–there are many more:

No Ones Nemesis http://noonesnemesis.tumblr.com/submit

A Thousand Words http://a-thousand-words.tumblr.com/submit

Fuck Yeah Expressionism http://fuckyeahexpressionism.tumblr.com/submit 

On the Art Finder site http://www.artfinder.com/about you can build your own art profile, add the link to your website, and connect with art lovers and collectors. An easy way to create a strategic online presence amid art lovers.

I have found that art galleries internationally promote their art publications on the Issuu site, where you can create a free member profile and join one of the groups such as the Art People group that allows members to upload an ebook up to 500 pages. Do you have a digital manuscript of your own artwork? This is a great place to share your own art ebook!