I have not been keeping up with this series of posts, but here I go trying to get back on track. Stop paying 35, 40 or even 50 bucks for juried shows! Check out this week's free chance to participate in an exhibition, publication, etc.
This week's opportunity was started by an unnamed independent curator. Check out the details below.
This project calls for artists to create works in reaction to each of William Powhida's 17 tips for selling art. A tip/prompt will be posted each week, starting at the top of his list, and working our way through (you can also work ahead/catch up as needed, but the project will close on October 6th). There will be a curated catalog of the results (and we're working on arrangements for an exhibition).
To participate, make 1 work of art (any medium) for each tip (that's 17 works - ambitious!), and email a print-quality image of each work (at least 5 inches on widest dimension and 300dpi), the title, medium, dimensions, and date. All works will be posted to the blog as they are received.
Feel free to invite others - this is an open project.
Ken is a painter who currently lives in Ridgewood, NY and maintains a studio in Greenpoint.
About This Blog
This blog is meant to share an inside look at my studio practice. I will also be sharing links to other interesting blogs and web projects and will share news and exhibition opportunities from time to time.
See two of my paintings and an artist statement published in conjunction with the 26th Tallahassee International Exhibition at the Florida State Museum of Fine Art.
Check out these two recent articles which mentioned my work in the Tucson Weekly. The first by Margaret Regan and another written by Rachel Cabakoff.
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