A Blog about Finding Inspiration

"We have a wonderful world to be inspired by and each new day is like an adventure into the unknown, where things that require a second glance can be captured in time on a canvas for anyone to enjoy forever." (Louise Corke)

Lists and Resources

Useful and Useless (but Fun) links to interesting sites.

Ever wanted to paint like a 1960s style abstract artist?  Check this site out :

A Cheat sheet for finding the Golden Mean

Looking for useful  online business advise for artists?  Try:

Want to learn about more oil paints  without all the technospeak?  Go to:

All things plein air:

Art events and opportunities in South Carolina and beyond:

Interesting  and humorous lecture by Wolf Kahn on how to talk about art

Armand Cabrera's blog  has the  goal  of showing his artistic influences.  He shares some wonderful insights about his working processes.

AMIEN is a resource for artists dedicated to providing the most comprehensive, up-to-date, accurate, and unbiased factual information about artists' materials. 

 My Friend Nora Mackin brought to my attention a wonderful free online resource on painting in pastel.  It won the Best  Book by an Art Blogger 2010 Blue Ribbon Award.  Check it out. landscapesinpastel.blogspot.com
And here is a wonderful  and very technical online color theory resource:  http://www.handprint.com/HP/WCL/wcolor.html
This is a very useful guide for pricing ones artwork and very similar to the way I go about pricing my ownhttp://www.artistdaily.com/blogs/theartistslife/archive/2009/12/18/a-simple-formula-for-pricing-artwork.aspx?a={Field%3AStoreCode}&et_mid=628383&rid=236838458

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