Latest PostsDecember 9, 2013Rice Freeman-ZacheryThe Creative Life: A Mixed Media Blog
You may also like these articles:December 6, 2013joneamGuest PostsMixed Media Blogs
Editor's PickSeptember 10, 2013joneamEditor's Picks
You may also like these articles:July 16, 2013Tonia DavenportEditor's Picks
The Creative LifeDecember 9, 2013Rice Freeman-ZacheryThe Creative Life: A Mixed Media Blog
You may also like these articles:
Seth Apter asks five mixed-media artists about their creative habits. Have they ever experienced artists’ block and do they worry if their creative ideas will ever dry up? Lisa Engelbrecht, Sue Pelletier, Veronica Funk, Jen Worden and Claudia Roulier share their experiences.
Seth Apter asks four mixed-media artists about the business side of being an artist. Read what Mary Beth Shaw, Ronda Palazzari, Marie Otero and Angela Wales Rockett have to say about the art business and placing price points on their art.
How do you feel if you don’t tap into your creativity regularly? Do you find art to be theraputic? Seth Apter asks five mixed-media artists (Quinn McDonald, Christine Mason Miller, Sue Bleiweiss, Jill K. Berry and Carla Sonheim) these questions. Read on to see what they say!
Today begins the new blog series, Pulse Points, by one of our favorite authors and mixed-media artists, Seth Apter! In this series, Seth asks two questions from his book, The Pulse of Mixed Media, to five artists. It’s a different perspective on different questions each month! This month he talks to Traci Bautista, Lynn Whipple, Jane Davies, Linda Cain and Robin-Marie Smith about boosting creativity and the influence of current trends.