July 1st, 2023 | 38 mins 24 secs
abstraction, art, brand, creativity, exhibits, realism, rebecca crowell, social media, style, voice
In the interest of having a consistent style, artists are generally advised to stick to one type of work --both in the studio and when exhibiting. But many artists are experimental, curious, and explore more than one direction—so this advice can seem too restrictive. In our last episode, we touched briefly on the idea that a range of the same artist’s work CAN be promoted effectively if done with consideration. If you have more than one direction you may have questions about how you can best present your work when exhibiting or in other situations, and today we will address those concerns.
December 17th, 2021 | 39 mins 55 secs
art, brand, business, creativity, personal voice, rebecca crowell, social media
Many of us enjoy social media as a convenient way to share our art with others, for the sense of community it offers, and the easy way it lets us keep up with people we seldom see in person. But artists who are not enthusiastic about social media can feel pressured into participating because of the benefits it offers, yet squeamish and awkward when they do. Today we’ll talk about the role of social media in art practice and how to find a comfort level with participating if you’ve been avoiding it.
April 25th, 2020 | 1 hr 8 secs
art, business, dave geada, marketing, rebecca crowell, sales, social media
Dave Geada, CMO at BoldBrush, teaches us how to generate more sales online by telling stories.
August 4th, 2018 | 27 mins 51 secs
art, rebecca crowell, social media
Rebecca and Ross discuss the positives and negatives of living in the digital social media age, and the importance of curating your online presence.