your art online Archive

Q&A: How to Photograph Artwork

Nothing tells your artwork's story better than seeing it in person — but for your website or a show submission, the next best thing is a photo. Read more →

Artful Links to Buoy Your Spirits

In our Artful Links feature, we share articles on the arts we think you’ll find interesting or useful. This time around, the reading includes information on 3-D printing for artists, art materials that last, and the road in Norway immortalized in The Scream. Click away! How to photograph art: J.R. Compton at Dallas Arts Read more →

How to Create an Artist Website

If you're an artist and you don't have a website yet — or if you want to change the one you have now — it's never too late! Read more →

Artful Resources: Protecting Images of Your Artwork Online

This is a sequel to our recent post, “Artful Resources: Using Flickr to Share Your Art.” If you’re on Facebook, Flickr, or a blog to promote your artwork, you hopefully also have some images of your work. That’s great! In the low-attention-span world of the Internet, photos are the best way to grab someone’s Read more →

Artful Resources: Using Flickr to Share Your Art

Previously in this space, we’ve encouraged artists to start a blog to share their artwork and reach new audiences. What if you don’t have the time or energy to keep a blog updated? Using an image sharing site like Flickr might be your next best bet. Flickr is an image-hosting and -sharing site under Read more →

Artful Resources: Starting an Artist Blog

If you have spare time, blogging can be a great way to keep in touch with the people who follow your work, and a place for new people to find you. Read more →