If you think you don’t have much to say about your art, you’re not trying hard enough. Good content is everywhere, but it has to incubate. If you have a presentation coming up, start developing your content immediately. Give yourself time to play around with it, to make mistakes, and to tighten up your slides and words.
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Lisa Kairos, Gear Nest. Acrylic and mixed media, 12 x 24 inches. ©The Artist
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THOSE ANNOYING QUESTIONS What questions are people asking you about your art? Every time someone asks you a new question, write it down–even if you don’t yet have the response to it. If they’re thinking it, someone else is bound to be thinking the same thing. You can turn what you might have otherwise considered annoying into a positive: [...]