Artist’s Notebook – Art Crawl

Artist’s Notebook – As an artist, the art crawl should be a must; but to be frank, I rarely get to them.  By Friday evening, I just want to go home and relax. If there is a gallery opening with an artist that I really appreciate then I make the effort.  My attendance doesn’t reallyContinue reading “Artist’s Notebook – Art Crawl”

Artist’s Notebook – Need for Promoting Local Artists

Media attention is essential for any artist and Chris Farias is certainly providing this for local Hamilton Artists.  Chris Farias is a partner and owner of Kitestring, a creative marketing and design firm based in Hamilton. On Friday, CBC Arts posted a short film by Chris, giving a tour of two local Hamilton Artists:Continue reading “Artist’s Notebook – Need for Promoting Local Artists”

Artist’s Notebook – Information vs Experience

Information vs Experience As an artist, I returned to painting because people were increasingly unwilling to spend money on artwork that they could easily reproduce on their home printers for free. Woodblock and linocut are printed on paper. The size of the work is usually, small when compared to a painting. Once the print isContinue reading “Artist’s Notebook – Information vs Experience”

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