Artists Talk

17th

Artists Talk: Featuring “Artists Helping Artists”

“Remember there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end”. ~Scott Adams

Hi Everyone,

I am adding a New Category to my blog called, “Artists Talk”.  Since I have joined the social media scene via Twitter and Facebook I have been very fortunate to meet some terrific Artists and Creatives. Many have been very generous in offering tips  and resources, not to mention their support. I am very grateful for both their generous natures and friendships.

Thus, as a way to give back I will be  posting  any personal tips or resources I come across that I feel would be of interest or helpful to my fellow artists.  Please feel free to add your own tips/resources or elaborate on the ones mentioned.  Join in the talk with fellow Artists! 😀

I recently came across two Fabulous Artists Leslie Saeta and Dreama Tolle Perry who are both professional artists who broadcast a weekly talk radio show called “Artists Helping Artists” for free. They discuss ways artists can enhance their business based on their own personal or guests experiences. I love their philosophy of artists helping other artists! Kudos to them both for their kindness and generosity! They now have a new blog for Artists Helping Artists as well. I am so happy I found these two great gals and have benefited from their sharing. I hope you do too!

On another note I would like to share a trick I learned from one of  E. John Robinson‘s videos years ago. If you are an oil painter you have probably painted not only your canvas, but your clothes as well. I know I am notorious for getting paint on my face and clothes. Robinson mentioned on his video that oven cleaner works really well in getting paint out of your clothes. So being the adventurous one, I decided to give it a try. Well I was amazed at how well this trick worked, especially when you spray it on freshly painted clothing. I get paint out of my clothes often using this little trick.  A new kind of “Spray and Wash” for artists clothes. 😀

Please feel free to add a comment or elaborate on any of the ideas mentioned above. Wishing you much fun in your creative endeavors!

Warmly,

Debbie