artful links Archive

More Artful Links

Once again, we’ve been saving useful and interesting links to share with our artists. See below for this edition’s links, and click away! P.S. Don’t forget to check out our school catalog for new classes you might like to try — the Winter term starts January 7. Three workshops happening the first weekend of Read more →

Artful Links: Thanksgiving Edition

Happy Thanksgiving from The Art League Blog! Today, we’re thankful for our readers — to repay you, we’ve put together another edition of useful and interesting links for artists. Click away! Blogging: If you have decided to start an artist blog and you’re using WordPress, Kim Bruce at Art Biz Blog has some posts Read more →

Artful Links: Inspiration & Restoration Edition

In our continuing quest to be helpful, we’ve gathered some inspiration-themed links artists might find useful or interesting. Click away! Inspiration, education, and entertainment all in one: it’s easy to get lost in the videos and interviews posted at Those Who Make. They aren’t all artists, but they all use their hands to make Read more →

Colorful, Artful Links

In honor of the October “Color Sphere” exhibit, today’s links are all about color! Read all about Pigments Through the Ages, including a timeline of familiar pigments through the ages, from the ancient umber to titanium white, invented in 1921. You can see what they’re made of and what famous paintings use them. It Read more →

Artful Resources & Links

In our continuing quest to be helpful, we’ve gathered some miscellaneous links artists might find useful or interesting. Click away! Because perspective is always useful: the experience of a juried art show, written by an artist and a juror. The takeaway: whether your artwork is accepted or rejected, don’t forget one juror’s opinion is Read more →

Weekend Art Links

Some art world stories from around the web:An apartment in Paris went uninhabited for over 70 years, a time capsule of nineteenth century treasures, including an uncatalogued painting by the Italian portraitist, Giovanni Boldini.In celebration of 10/10/10, Mental Floss has Ten Facts about The Ten, a group of American painters who seceded from the Read more →