Top 10 Art Journaling Tools

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

I am a newly converted art journaler. It is the place that I experiment with textures, color palettes, and different techniques. My pages are rarely finished and I simply abandon them when I am finished playing, but there is such freedom in the experimentation that I come up with some of my best ideas for […]

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I am a newly converted art journaler. It is the place that I experiment with textures, color palettes, and different techniques. My pages are rarely finished and I simply abandon them when I am finished playing, but there is such freedom in the experimentation that I come up with some of my best ideas for […]

We Asked the Artists: How Often Do You Create?

Tuesday, December 29th, 2015

Some artists create whenever the muse strikes, whether that’s daily, weekly, or monthly. Others find inspiration in making a daily habit of creating. Find out how these artists create a schedule for creating and what method works for them. We asked the artists: How often do you create? Do you have a schedule that you […]

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Some artists create whenever the muse strikes, whether that’s daily, weekly, or monthly. Others find inspiration in making a daily habit of creating. Find out how these artists create a schedule for creating and what method works for them. We asked the artists: How often do you create? Do you have a schedule that you […]

We Asked the Artists: How Do You Know When a Piece is Finished?

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

As Leonardo da Vinci said, “Art is never finished, only abandoned.” It is hard to know when to step back from a piece and call it complete. However, there’s seems to be a point in the creative process when an artist can let the artwork stand on its own. So, we asked the artists:   […]

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As Leonardo da Vinci said, “Art is never finished, only abandoned.” It is hard to know when to step back from a piece and call it complete. However, there’s seems to be a point in the creative process when an artist can let the artwork stand on its own. So, we asked the artists:   […]

We Asked the Artists: What’s the Best Feedback You’ve Ever Received?

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015

For all creative types, feedback can be an important formative experience. Most of us remember the best compliments we’ve received for our artistic efforts. My favorite compliment came from my mother and wasn’t even said directly to me. We were at a family reunion when I overheard her telling my aunt what amazing work I […]

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For all creative types, feedback can be an important formative experience. Most of us remember the best compliments we’ve received for our artistic efforts. My favorite compliment came from my mother and wasn’t even said directly to me. We were at a family reunion when I overheard her telling my aunt what amazing work I […]

We Asked the Artists: What is Your Ideal Work Environment?

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

For creative types, a space for working is often the biggest challenge. Creating the ideal environment for work is not always possible. However, there is usually an atmosphere that we work best in. People with a dedicated work space can come and create whenever the mood strikes them, while others have to accommodate families, noise, […]

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For creative types, a space for working is often the biggest challenge. Creating the ideal environment for work is not always possible. However, there is usually an atmosphere that we work best in. People with a dedicated work space can come and create whenever the mood strikes them, while others have to accommodate families, noise, […]