Artists always need the newest-technology resources to add to other workable actions to flourish and prosper. Unless you are a computer whiz, trying to find, understand and utilize the resources can be extremely time consuming. Isn’t it better to utilize your time creating instead of getting into a jumbled mess without immediate solutions? The truth… Read More Resources for Visual Artists
“Hey Leigh-Ann, I have to thank you for telling my mother about how to publish on Amazon. She’s got 4 books out already! and I’ve got my first out too (and several more in the works). BTW, for anyone interested in writing…. ALWAYS BUY YOUR OWN ISBN. That’s how publishers “own” your book.” JG Here’s… Read More How to Publish Success and Author Tools
An interesting part of teaching has been getting the idea across to students that you can’t experience something until you actually experience it; and you can’t experience it until you can actually do it. As you don’t know what it’s like to sit on a horse until you sit on a horse, you don’t really… Read More Practicing
The below-recorded interview (see link) was conducted in 2010 and gives a lot of insight into Grant Cardone’s book, “If You’re Not First, You’re Last” which was published in 2010. To get a complete list of all of Grant’s written and recorded work go here Grant Cardone Store. Grant Cardone is one in a billion. His… Read More An Interview with Grant Cardone – International Speaker and Best-Selling Author Shares His Secrets to Success!
Why a Newsletter? What does an artist need one for anyways? As a creative individual, you are a being that is looked up to. Artists have great imaginations and their creations are extraordinary. The only thing that others get to see, hear, read or experience is the completion of a work of art. So much… Read More Why a Newsletter?
I am a sculptress and miniaturist. My tiny sculptures range in size from 1/2 of an inch tall to 1 1/4 of an inch tall. I sculpt miniature animals, toys, teddy bears, and dolls. My works have been featured in La Bacchetta, American Miniaturist, Teddy Bear Times, and Teddies Kreativ. My current works can be… Read More Interview with Miniature Sculpturist Aleah Klay
Interview with Dancer and Actor Clinton Huff This interview was done a few years back (2012) but is no less helpful to the artist and entrepreneur! Clinton Huff Interview CLINTON HUFF Clinton was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, where he began his dance training at the tender age of 11, focusing on Ballet,… Read More An Interview with Clinton Huff – Successful Dancer and Actor
Stylist for the Stars! FRANZY STAEDTER, Artistic Entrepreneur, talks on how she moved to the US and started in Hollywood with no connections. Jake Isham Interviews FRANZY STAEDTER – Stylist for the Stars! From actors to musicians to CEOs, Franzy Staedter has styled them all. She started with no connections and no experience expect for… Read More Stylist for the Stars! FRANZY STAEDTER talks on how she moved to the US and started in Hollywood with no connections
Being self-employed is not easy. Being self-employed as an artist is even harder. But I think the joy of creating art, and the reward of knowing your art brought joy to others makes it worth whatever you go through. And then there’s the little problem of paying the bills. Some lucky artists have a spouse… Read More Creating your Art vs Creating your Business