Mr. Consistent

Yes, learning new techniques is hard.Also, learning new materials.And, of course, communicating via blogs and promotions.Then there’s upkeep of the website, improvement of artistic skills, commission work, personal work, and home life.Lots of stuff to balance and contribute time to. But, I’ll tell you what – consistency might be my biggest struggle. The important thingContinue reading “Mr. Consistent”

How to Develop Your Artistic Voice – The Art of Arting (mini-blog)

It’s no secret that a lot of up-and-coming artists have a difficult time discovering or developing their voice. It makes sense. We see other artists who have found success and appear to have some idea of genuine artistic understanding. We can think, “if only I had thought of that.” We often feel like we needContinue reading “How to Develop Your Artistic Voice – The Art of Arting (mini-blog)”

The Growth Mindset – The Art of Arting

In order to grow, there must be room to do so. The fact is, the room is there and we don’t even realize that we’re gradually stretching into it, like roots in a flower pot. It’s only natural to think of the places we haven’t yet arrived. Mentally, physically, skillfully, spiritually. The fact is, though,Continue reading “The Growth Mindset – The Art of Arting”

Redesigning my Website – The Art of Arting

I think designing a website is like painting a picture. For it to work, you have to have a vision, a plan, and a determination to edit. Otherwise you may end up with something that isn’t readable, understandable, navigable, or clear. My website needed a significant redesign. The theme I was using didn’t work veryContinue reading “Redesigning my Website – The Art of Arting”

Finding a Flow – The Art of Arting

Just like anything else, there are peaks and valleys for the artist. Some days I don’t even want to look at a canvas or piece of paper. I can’t find that flow because I don’t even want to see it on the horizon. Is that a product of laziness? Or procrastination? Or bad work ethic?Continue reading “Finding a Flow – The Art of Arting”