Once in a great while, an artist comes along whose work is so distinctive, so unusual, so imaginative, and so colorful that it stands out from the cro...
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One-thousand six-hundred fifty-four.
I'm not teaching this semester, but if I were, that is the one number that I would want everyone to remember.
As someone who has been working in this industry for the past 15 years, I wanted to share with all of you some of the tidbits I wished someone had told me when I was starting out. Brace yourselves - it's not all pretty.
Many artists hold down a number of jobs in their life. The key is to find a job that allows you to keep making your work and that is satisfying or at least challenging.
Though we've evolved over the past few years, there's one central theme to My Modern Met that's never changed. By sharing today's best modern day expe...
What are the basic pieces of information I should keep track of for each work of art I make and sell?
Kimberly B., Painter
Los Angeles, CA
It is vita...
If the only real option left is to work in advertising, shilling Shrek 11, why would anyone bother? Certainly, people don't fantasize about moving to LA to make viral Pampers commercials.
I first came to Los Angeles to make an album in 1996. Having grown up in Australia, I had a very romantic, and probably not uncommon, view of Hollywood as one giant star-making machine.
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