At Wordcamp Portland I did a presentation on how Artists are using WordPress and a little Twitter meme started. Check it out.
When I started The Abundant Artist, it was an exploration of the idea that the starving artist is nothing more than a myth that artists self-perpetuate. It’s easier to believe that being an artist inherently means being poor, or bad at business. Since then, however, I’ve met a lot of artists who are pretty good […]
Yesterday a new acquaintance of mine mentioned that he visited this website. The conversation went something like this: Him: I visited your website. Me: Oh? Him: Yeah, it was pretty cool! Me: (thinking to myself) Why are you visiting my site? You’re not an artist… (Out loud) Did you like it? Him: Yeah…(awkward pause). It […]
Monet’s Vader with a Parasol from Limpfish Who says Art has to be serious? I love silly, whimsical things like this. It made me smile. I found this piece while goofing around the Internet on Stumbleupon. If you’re a Stumbleupon user, you should add me as a friend. If you notice in the comments on […]
image by courtneyBolton I’ve had some truly gratifying experiences since beginning this blog back in May of last year with a post on Housing Projects for Artists. I’ve met a lot of really brilliant artists. Smart, funny, talented people who are making a real go of using the Internet to make their careers the way […]