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I wanted to let everyone know about a new podcast I started last week. It's called "The Artist's Suitcase" and is based on the same theme as my blog: essentials for the creative journey. I just released the 2nd episode, featuring an interview with Kimanzi Constable (who is very active in the 48 Days community). Here's a link:
In my first episode, I interviewed Jared Latigo, who's also very active on the site. You can find the podcast on my site, as well as in iTunes, Stitcher, etc. It has been a lot of fun putting these together, and I'm especially gearing the content toward artists and creatives. If you check it out, I hope you enjoy it.
I would also love to receive any feedback, ideas, or suggestions on how to improve the show!
Thomas--a big congratulations to your wife! How wonderful!
My wife made the local paper.
You asked about web sites. I know there are many out there and a lot of people are now using Wordpress for both a blog and a web site. I started by trying to set something up on Wordpress and ended up going with FASO (Fine Art Studio Online). They have a 60 day trial period. It also has the capability of blogging and a newsletter. They have a number of templates and you can customize them to some degree. Here's a link to mine; http://jamesiharris.com. I think Debi has her site on FASO also.
Regarding your price, if you're selling at an art fair/show $65 might be too low depending on the size. If you're putting it up for bid on ebay you most likely won't get $65 for it. If it's a bid on ebay it's an auction and people are looking for deals. Most of the art with high starting bids don't sell. There are thousands of artists on ebay those with high starting bids or buy now prices are selling very little or nothing. You might be better setting up an etsy site or something similar on one of the other art sites.
Beautiful. It really comes to life with the finishing touches. Have you made any decisions around price yet and where to market?
Here is the picture finished Lisa.
Thanks ladies. I read to her what you said. Now this is one of my favorites cause she paints the portrait but then adds a personal art touch to it.
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