Artist: Fiona Hind

Painter Fiona Hind presents her delightful portfolio. We spoke with her about inspiration, and doing business as an artist.     ABI:  How would you describe yourself as a painter? FH:  It is incredibly difficult to describe myself as a painter. Not because I’m so unique or there are no words which can describe me, […]

Tips for Sharing Your Art on Instagram

In the early days of managing your artist Instagram profile, it’s easy to become overzealous.

Artist: Basya Cohen

I want my artwork to appeal to adults as well as children to encourage reading aloud together.

Artist: Preston Craig

The teddy bear would draw people in to look at the image and get them to ponder the deeper meaning behind the image; perhaps inspiring them to help create positive social change.

Artist: Jill Schiller

Being a vendor at art festivals is helpful because customers have the chance to tell you what kinds of products they would like.

Is Depression Causing Your Creative Block?

Even if you love what you do and want to do something creative, if you are depressed, you may not be able to do anything.

Artist: Donna McGee

The restless elemental forces of this great landscape compel me to capture its magic and celebrate its timeless beauty.

Artist: Tina Rene Saunders

The therapy of art gave me the courage, strength, and focus to work through a big change in my life, call myself an artist, and share my talents with others.

Artist: Susan Klinger

My work typically begins with images that grabbed my attention going through daily life.

Jewelry Designer Uses Innovative Marketing Approach

In order to promote her collection, she came up with the idea to have a “photo shoot party” and invite friends and fans to come and model her necklaces, earrings and bracelets.