June 2011 (print)
This issue is dedicated to the artists who relish the times they have to revisit the lessons of the past, but with the advanced wisdom, appreciation and perspective that comes with age and experience. Think of it as summer school.
ON THE COVER:
Tea Party By Haley Hasler
Oil on linen, 66” x 42”. (See page 30.)
by Jodi Walsh
06 The Search for Meaning: Contemporary Relevance
by Matthew Daub
09 Work in Progress
by Elena Parashko
10 Using Color Factors to Characterize Space in Painting
by Stephen Knudsen
14 Got Wire? The Basics of Getting Your Paintings Ready for Shows
by Diana Moses Botkin
17 Artists as Teachers: Helping Us Attain Our Highest Potential
by Renée Phillips, The Artrepreneur Coach
22 Choosing Art Shows, Fairs and Festivals as a Lifestyle
by Paul Grecian
26 How to Pack for an Overseas Workshop
by Marilyn Gasparini
30 The Many Faces of Haley Hasler
by Louise Buyo
20 Photo Guy: A Quick Guide to Video: Part 3
by Steve Meltzer
25 Coaching the Artist Within: Using Small Intervals of Time
By Eric Maisel, Ph.D.
31 Heart to Heart: Just Another Transaction or an Exceptional Experience?
By Jack White
04 From the Editor
33 The Listings: Compiled by the Professional Artist Team
Your best source for art opportunities. Find awards, galleries reviewing portfolios, grants, fellowships, juried shows, festivals, residencies, conferences and professional development courses.
40 ArtScuttlebutt.com Member: Elizabeth Barlow
By Louise Buyo