Ken, author of Mildly Creative, explains the shortcomings of being a purist and advises creatives to leave them to their perfection, while the rest of us make a mess of things.
Nick, the author of handmade in PA, a blog promoting arts and crafts made in Pennsylvania, offers four bits of advice for making one’s craft booth experience a positive one.
Melissa Taylor, writing on Imagination Soup blog, discusses the difficulties of doing a solo “artist’s date” when one has small children, and instead suggests that parents stock up on art supplies now to have a summer filled with family artist dates!
Tina Mammoser, author of The Cycling Artist blog, discusses her 10 year journey to become a full-time artist. Wonderful tips from someone who’s done well in the art world, although not without some sacrifices along the way.
Sandy Akers offers 10 counter-productive rules for quashing any trace of creative flow.
Hilarious and dead-on post that parodies the haughty nature of design critique language by grading children’s couch forts. SOOOO funny! Part one of two.