Author Archives: Ramona on Art, Life & Kicking the Cat

Portfolio Tips for Artists

Your portfolio is a presentation of your work…true statement. Here is another one…galleries represent artists. The objective of your fine art portfolio is to use it as a tool to build a long-standing relationship with a gallery. Look at your … Continue reading

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Social Media for Self-Promoting Artists: Eight Relevant Resources

Hello fellow artists, I know that I am singing to the choir when I say that using Social Media to promote your art is a time consuming but important task. Knowing what works and what is a time waster is … Continue reading

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Mixed Media, Encaustic and Acrylic: A Figurative Painting From Start to Finish

Following the good example of some fellow artist/bloggers, it is time to share a little bit about my working process.  The piece featured in this post is part of a new body of work called “Impressions”. This series began in … Continue reading

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Amazing Crayon Art

I needed some fresh inspiration. So, while the blank canvas sitting on my art table threw me scornful glances.  I sat down to do a little motivational surfing. Checking out the websites of other encaustic artists usually does the trick. … Continue reading

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Writing your Artist’s Bio

For many artists writing their Artist’s Bio can seem a tedious and daunting task Writing about your self surely is a little uncomfortable and intimidating. Yet, your Artist’s Bio is mandatory for a professional art career. If a career in … Continue reading

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Your Artist’s Statement

If your are anything like me you love the creative side of your art but dread the business needs.  Even though I love to write, I am not so fond of writing about myself,  so writing an artist statement is … Continue reading

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Encaustic Painting in the Nude: The Naked Truth

The first thing you need to know about Encaustic painting in the nude is…it is ill advised. Hot wax and bare skin are not a great combination. The next thing you need to know is that this post is not about … Continue reading

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