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In a continuing effort to help new and emerging artists with the branding, marketing and sales of their artwork we have created this Art Blog to serve that end.

From time to time, it is our intent to create and post articles of interest to serious artists in this section of our website. Hopefully, these articles will provide artists with information and materials which can help the artist further their artistic aspirations and their professional art careers. 

This Art Blog is intended to help artists in the general business of art, with emphasis on art marketing, social networking and art branding of the artist’s artwork.  If there are any articles or subject matter that you would like to see addressed or covered in the Art Blog section, please contact the art gallery through the website contact page here.

Carolyn Edlund Named Judge for “CityScapes”

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that artist marketing expert Carolyn Edlund has been named as the gallery’s Guest Judge for the gallery’s 5th Annual “CityScapes” Online Art Competition.      Carolyn Edlund is an art business consultant and the founder of Artsy Shark, which features and promotes artists. Carolyn […]

Aletta de Wal is Named Guest Judge for the Gallery

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that Aletta de Wal has been named as the gallery’s first Guest Judge.  Aletta was recently named as the judge for the gallery’s current “All Women” Online Art Competition, which stops taking entries on February 24, 2015.  John R. Math, Gallery Director talks about […]

LST Chooses Submittable to Administer Art Entries

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery (LST) is pleased to announce they have chosen Submittable, the online submission platform, to receive and administer the gallery’s art competition submissions.  This change will become effective July 1, 2014. Submittable is an international online platform that provides administrative processing of entries for art organizations. Submittable provides these […]

Photographing 3 Dimensional Art the Right Way

Below are some ideas on how to photograph 3D art for promotional purposes and/or for providing digital entries for art competitions.  This also includes ideas and tips on how to professionally photograph art installations and public art.  If an artist were to follow these ideas when recording and presenting their 3D art, their chances for […]

LST Online Art Gallery Accepts 3 Dimensional Art

The Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery (LST) is pleased to announce that they will now accept 3 dimensional art (3D Art) into their future online art competitions.  In the past, LST decided not to accept this type of art, as many presentations of 3D art were below their standards in quality for publishing […]

5 Quick Ways That an Artist Can Kick Start 2014

Now is the time for an artist to get ready for the coming New Year.  There may be some things which an artist can do differently, at a higher level or more frequently in order to improve their art marketing and ultimately the sales of their artwork this year. The following are some thoughts on […]

Light Space & Time Has 100 Score from CoolSocial

John R. Math of the Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is very pleased to announce that according to CoolSocial, the Website Social Media Analyzer, that their online art gallery ranks highest among all other “Online Art Competition” websites. CoolSocial is a Website Social Media Analyzer which can be used to analyze and measure […]

Successful Facebook Business Pages for Artists

Today, it is essential for artists to expose their art to their target audience. At the least, artists need to be marketing their art on Facebook, Google Plus, Pinterest and Linkedin. Other effective social media outlets for artists to use to market their art would also be YouTube, Twitter and Instagram. For this article I […]

Special Merit Art Award Category Created

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that they have created a new award category for their future art competitions. The award category that was has been created is called “Special Merit” and its purpose is primarily for artists who were being excluded from being recognized further for outstanding art due […]

5 Things an Artist Should Do to Kick Start 2013

If you have not done so yet, have you determined and set up your art marketing goals for the year 2013? If not, here are 5 relatively easy things that an artist can do to help improve their marketing and branding of their art in 2013. I believe that if an artist were to schedule […]

Linkedin’s “Skills” Endorsement Feature for Artists

All artists should become acquainted with Linkedin’s newly launched “Skills and Expertise” endorsement feature. Basically, this feature provides any readers and viewers of a Linkedin profile to get a quick view of that person’s outstanding abilities, capabilities and professional expertise. This article will provide an overview how an artist can take advantage of this new […]

Does Your Art Website Have RSS? – It Should!

Is your art website setup with RSS capabilities? Do you know what an RSS feed does? Do you understand the advantages and benefits that an RSS feed can have for your art website? We will briefly explore what an RSS feed can do to increase the impact and the following of your art website. First […]