A friend of mine, Joan Ruben-Deutsch, who has taken some of my workshops, just started an art blog after thinking about it for years: Art and More. Take a look and write her a comment. When I first started this Collage Journeys blog I had no idea where it was going, or why exactly I was doing it. It turns out to be a fabulous way to have ongoing conversations and develop an art community that has no geographical boundaries. Just put something out there, and see what comes back.
|To start a blog, click on "Create Blog" and Blogger will walk you through the process.|
To start a blog on Blogger, go to the top right corner of my blog (or Joan's), where it says "create blog". Click there, and it will take you through the process. Make it really simple so you can get started, and then you can gradually add more features or update your design as you get comfortable with the process. Here is a Blogger Tutorial that I give to online students, that shows how to post on a blog. Starting your own is only marginally more effort.
Another friend, whom I've had the pleasure of having in my workshops, Rozsi Moser, has opened a studio and gallery in Acton, MA, called "The Artists Corner and Gallery". Take a look here. This is a brand new venture, and I can't wait to offer a little workshop there!
The above are all 9"x12", framed, and are $350 each. Contact Artists Corner and Gallery to purchase.
Tell me about your new beginnings for 2016!