What Are the Chances? Success in the Arts in the 21st Century – Los Angeles Review of Books I had to post this article, mostly so I know I will be able to find it again. It’s a long, dense read, but well worth it. I’m totally in the zone for this article, which IContinue reading “What Are the Chances? Success in the Arts in the 21st Century – Los Angeles Review of Books”
Category Archives: Art as a Career
New Studio!! Come visit this Saturday!
I’ve got a new studio!!! Phew! I went for more than two months without a place to stretch out and get dirty, and I think that’s about my limit. Toward the end there I did pick up some watercolors, sumi ink, and pens for some 2D explorations from my desk at home. That was actuallyContinue reading “New Studio!! Come visit this Saturday!”
At this very moment two kilns are cooling, each full of potential show pieces perhaps destined to be on display in my first show in five years, Twist. While I’ve been included in several group shows, in addition to art & craft festivals and fairs, it’s been a while since I’ve put together a comprehensiveContinue reading “Twist”
Local 14 and Columbia Gorge Celebration
This year has been one of many firsts for me, including new shows and sales. Just yesterday I sent off a piece (actually the one you see to the left) to be included in the Strictly Functional Pottery National, an annual show out of Lancaster, PA. This past weekend I held a studio sale atContinue reading “Local 14 and Columbia Gorge Celebration”
Today is Marketing Monday, episode two. I’ve decided to stay home on Mondays, instead of commuting in to my studio, so that I can spend some QT marketing myself and my wares. This will save me about $20-25 per month in gas, however, the idea is that the big dividends come from the fruits ofContinue reading “Marketing Mondays”