I have admired the advice of artist Jack White for a long time. He is not one of those online marketing artsy gurus who blows smoke at you. He tells it like it is when it comes to the real life of the real working artist. He never went all glossy and high tech and…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 25/04/2011
Are you an artist that creates lots of smaller-sized original paintings? Then you’ll love new Ready Cut Watercolor papers from Strathmore Artist Papers. They offer you the convenience of standard size sheets for the best-selling sizes of ready made frames and mats. And that saves you time and money. Choose from cold and hot press…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 21/04/2011
This is an article bound to bring opinions to the surface and ignite that perpetual dialogue of “what is Art?” Read the article in its entirety before coming to any conclusions about the artists or the actual art piece and ask yourself where you stand. Would this happen in the US? Has it happened in…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 13/04/2011
One of the many perks of working at Jerry’s is all of the new products that we bring in. For certain items that are new to the market, we must test them before we can decide to bring them in. And who better to test them than Jerry’s employees who are also artists?! Sharon DiGiulio…..
Jerrys Blog Squad -- 06/04/2011
The Power of Social Networks Although I have shared my insights and successes about social networking before, mainly Facebook, there is not much I can improve upon in this article from marketing book author, Penny Sansevieri! I am ALWAYS sharing with artists that ALL businesses operate in essentially the same fashion..and an artist’s business is…..
Jerry’s Blog Team -- 04/04/2011
Artist Statement It is interesting that right now, I am working out of two places. I have two separate approaches to painting and I move from one to the other like I would move between two adjoining rooms. I think that one would be able to recognize “me” in both but only with some sincere effort. At a glance,…..