Boxing up Art

Hi, Posting this here so I can share some box design ideas with other artists. I had some mixed media piece that I had to ship across the country. They presented pretty BIG packaging challenges.  They arrived safely.  Shipping was … Read More

Blog and Webpage Updates!

I have two big updates here. The first is an online version of my Solo Exhibit closing this weekend “Aesthetic Experiments“.  All of the basic imagery and interpretive material is online, organized into sections that follow the offline exhibit.  An … Read More

Wear Your Art | Artsy Shark

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Reblog from AAGNE – David Betz’s very nice article on the affordable art market
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Reblogged from the AAGNEARTS group blog.   The direct link to the article is in blue below An interesting article by David Betz, discussing art pricing in the recession and the affordable art market.   The article is a standout because he … Read More

Early Evidence Is Often Too Early And Not Really Evidence
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I wanted to share an interesting article on market experiments.  While the article is geared towards start-ups in product development, the ideas about choosing marketing experiments carefully is pertinent. So is the thought that market data that comes in early … Read More

Artists; the Future of Art, and Art as your Day Job
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An online artist acquaintance, Cindy Schnackel, recently asked 4 artists – all working hard to become established – some pertinent questions about living the artist’s life right now. Read her summary post at to see what she found. And … Read More

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