The Art of Illustration

My style of art is very whimsical and based in story, so many of my projects focus on bringing a story to life or creating a new character with a story to tell.

The Art of Transportation

By staging figurative models and actual cars, each painting is developed from a design unique to my own vision, and enriched by exhaustive research and biographical study.

Partnering With a Gallery to Explore Market Readiness

Once they have decided that they are willing to try your product, make sure you have a good agreement in writing about how the sales price will be split, and how often you will be paid.

Jewelry Showcase

Four jewelry designers present stunning collections in our Jewelry Showcase. Each explains her technique, and why collectors love her handmade work!     Richelle Leigh Walk Gemstones are an intriguing material to work with. Their beauty and individual characteristics are the focus that leads my designs. Because of this, I am able to offer my […]

The Business of Illustration

Illustration is everywhere, and limited only by the imagination.

The Celebrity Connection

Many artists have found an audience through making art that celebrates the celebrity connection, in different mediums and for different purposes

Art & Humor

Selling work can be a tough gig. You need to be all over social media and try every online gallery going, taking quality photos of your pieces from various angles.

The Business of Fiber Art

We spoke with three fiber artists who use very different techniques, and asked them: What do you do? How do you earn money with your art?

Managing an Artist’s Legacy

This type of proactive approach toward managing a legacy simplifies collecting, and shares information from a trusted source.

Use the Right Images for Your Art Marketing

Have you ever watched a photograph on a website load slowly, in tiny increments?