4 tips for selling your art on line #HTipT #125

4 tips for selling your art on line #HTipT #125

Hi. John Paul Fischbach here, the CEO and ChiefAlchemist at the Auspicious Arts Incubator with this week's Hot Tip about selling online. We get a lot of artists that say ‘ShouldI sell online?’ The answer is yes, do it. Hiscox insurance, they issue a big reportevery year and what they're saying about fine arts is …

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How to Make Flower Sushi Art – Amazing Food Recipe

How to Make Flower Sushi Art – Amazing Food Recipe

How to Make Flower Sushi ArtHi everyone, I am Davy Devaux and I'm going to show you guys how to make flower sushi. Okay, let's make a flower sushi roll, you start by taking two half sheets of Nori, andsplitting them into three, so you just lay them over each other, fold them over intothree …

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Graduate Art at ArtCenter College of Design

Graduate Art at ArtCenter College of Design

(classical music) – Humanity has producedsignificant and signifying objects that mean something to culture. Art has always beenimportant to society as a method of communication andas a method of talking about complex ideas. – This program isn't say,for example, a program where they break things up intoparticular mediums like painting, sculpture, photography, that it's interdisciplinary. …

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Advanced Stitch Technique #1

Advanced Stitch Technique #1

Hi, today I'm going to teach you a simple stitch technique on the machine that a lot of people don't think of using. It's a free-motion, in other words the feed dogs are down, and it's just with a single thread, cotton thread, and it's not an automatic stitch, it's a stitch that will lend …

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Tips for Applying to Public Art Commissions

Tips for Applying to Public Art Commissions

[beats] Hi, I'm Elisheba Johnson and I'm a Public Art Project Manager at the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. Read the call. So, if the call says that they want something site-integrated and then you say that you're a muralist? Probably not the right call for you. Hi, I'm Jason Huff. I'm a Public …

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