Business of art: this category of my blog includes all articles and videos that discuss how to make a living as an artist.
To anyone who passionately defends copyright and adamantly believes that it is good for artists, this is what I have to say.
I reached my first pledge goal through Patreon, meaning it’s time for my first painting giveaway!
I’ve never done one, and after twelve years of professional art-making it seemed like high time.
Having a good sense of what you will and will not do for clients is the only way to ensure that the work you create will be art.
Avoir une idée de ce que vous voulez bien faire et ce que vous ne ferez pas pour vos clients est la seule façon de s’assurer que le travail que vous faite est de l’art.
It’s never easy to ask for things, but what I need is more lions in my life. Will you be my lion?
If you’re questioning copyright, this guide will help you figure out what to do next.
Miriam Elia, who describes herself as a professional copyright infringer, taught me an important lesson.
2014 was a year of new experiences, which all forced me to find my strength.
Sometimes people I don’t know all that well give me beautiful things. By that I mean books, flowers, chocolates, and other delicious treats, but also original art.
And say it legally.
I’ve been promising it for a while: my book about why I don’t copyright my work and why you might not want to either is finally ready!