Dec. 2013/Jan. 2014 (digital)

Dec. 2013/Jan. 2014 (digital)

Dream Big – It’s easy to think you’ve gone as far as you can go and give up on doing the things you really dreamed of doing when you were younger. In this issue, we’ll cover strategies for setting goals and making them happen. Learn how well-known artists achieved their personal goals and dreams in 2013.


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On The Cover

Three Chandeliers, 1987, by Arnold Mesches. Acrylic on canvas, 80” x 88”.

Collection: National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Copyright © Arnold Mesches. Used by permission of the artist.

 

Read more about the cover artist in Four to Remember on Page 16.

 

Features

12 ­ The Great Indulgence
By Matthew Daub

16 Four to Remember
By Terry Sullivan

24 Book excerpt from
Create Your Art Career
By Rhonda Schaller

32 Attain Big Dreams
By Gregory Frux

38 Blend Business and Art
By Kristen Fischer

44 Photographer Wyatt Gallery
By E. Brady Robinson

50 Deal with Stress
By Elena Parashko

54 Keys to Clear Communication
By Annie Strack

58 Regional Museum Biennials
By Daniel Grant

64 Vision, Passion and Purpose
By Renée Phillips

69 Paint Glowing Skin Tones
By Ora Sorensen

 

Departments

4 Editor’s Letter

 

5 Headlines & Details

 

10 Artist Spotlight: Felicia Forte

By Jenny Andreasson

 

75 Art Resources

 

76 Calls to Artists

 

Columns

37 Coaching the Artist:

Effective Collaborations

By Eric Maisel

 

43 Planning Your Art Business:

Mastering Small Talk

By Robert Reed

 

48 Photo Guy:

Photograph the Day-to-Day

By Steve Meltzer

 

53 Best Business Practice:

Intentions and Awareness

By Jodi Walsh

 

68 Heart to Heart:

Secure Your Rudder

By Jack White

 

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