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I’ve written about this before – I bring it up again because I think it’s so important to recognise and reward yourself for progress & accomplishments, regardless of how insignificant you think they are.
 
 

Beginnings Are Hard

C’mon… difficulties at the beginning stop most things from ever happening at all.

You’ve started down the art path. It’s challenging, difficult – but you’ve persevered – good for you.

Fuc*ing. Good. For. You. For realz.

Congratulations, you Have the Courage to Suck.
 
 

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You don’t have to wait to be better, more worthy, more deserving of a joyful life.

Any artist who wants a successful art business cannot afford to live only in the confines of a studio where making art is the only reality. If you just want to make art, and ignore the business side, then you must have other ways to support yourself.

Today’s Feature Friday is a little different. I wanted to gather together some artists who have successfully self-published a printed collection of their work. There are a several different styles, genres and price points represented and give you the opportunity to see what kinds of books can be put together. What you create is all […]

Why your art matters by Fabeku Fatunmise.

Researching the “Top Ten Art Books” of all time was pretty disappointing. There isn’t really an obvious category. You get either fine art instruction books or general arts books. But there is still some very interesting information available in the top selling lists that I did find. As an artist, you are a seller of […]

Love your way and embrace the value and uniqueness of your particular artistic style. Download your inspirational colouring pages to remember to LOVE YOUR WAY!

Things would be pretty boring if we were all living in shiny, bright perfection.
It’s our quirks and flaws and even our missteps, that make us interesting.

In order to do something well, you must first be willing to do it badly.