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Year in Review – Our Top Winning Artists for 2013

December 8, 2013
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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce its “Year in Review” edition has been compiled and is now posted.  This feature reviews and promotes the gallery’s 12 top winning artists for the 12 individual monthly art exhibitions held in 2013. In 2013 we received more than 7,500+ entries for our monthly […]

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But I Thought that My Art Was Pretty Good…

November 13, 2013
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Each month we receive emails from artists who thought that their art should have placed higher or received more recognition than what it actually did. They believe that there art is good and in most cases it is good art. The reason may have nothing to do with the quality of the art. The reason […]

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When My Art Gets Discovered I will Be Successful…

August 25, 2013
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I often hear this phrase from artists or some variation thereof such as, “If I could Get Discovered, Then My Art Will Sell!” or “If I Could Only Get Discovered, Then I Will Become a Successful Artist”. I am sorry but I am here to tell you that this type of thinking could not be […]

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10 Things Artists Can Do to Get Unstuck Now!

August 5, 2013
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Every day I hear from artists who have an art website, are entering and placing in art competitions and are active in several social media networks, Despite this, these artists are not making sales and they are now discouraged at the dismal marketing results. At this point-in-time some artists begin to feel overwhelmed, are unsure […]

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Top 10 Events for Artists to Send Out Press Releases

June 6, 2013
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Artists should use press releases to promote and market their art brand whenever they are involved in or when they participate in any newsworthy art related event. Press releases are a very fast and effective way in which an artist can get their “message” to their target audience. Today, there are myriad of press release […]

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Do You Have a Body of Work to Show? – Part II

January 15, 2013
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Previously, in Part I we wrote about having a body of work to show art galleries, art reps, art collectors and to any other interested parties of your art. In that article we also discussed the overall importance of having a body of work and how to develop a body of work. We asked the […]

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Do You Have a Body of Work to Show? – Part I

January 14, 2013
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As an artist do you have a body of work to show interested parties? What is a body of work? Why is it important to have this? How do you develop a body of work? We will explore these subjects and more a series of two articles. To me a body of work is a collection […]

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The Best Times for Artists to Post to Social Media

December 8, 2012
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As an Artist are you unhappy with the results of your social media efforts? There could be a simple answer to this issue in that you may be posting your messages at the wrong time of day! Over the past several years there have been several studies which has measured and quantified some of the […]

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10 Free Directories to Drive Traffic to Your Website

October 28, 2012
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If you are unhappy with the amount of visitors to your art website, here are some free online directories that you should immediately have your art website listed on. Today, being listed with online directories is a necessity for any artist who would like to drive more traffic to their art website and to help […]

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I Was Accepted Into an Art Exhibition! Now What?

August 30, 2012
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You entered an art competition and were accepted into a group exhibition, now what should you do to leverage that achievement? At every chance an artist should try to promote and market this success. Hopefully, this article will provide an exhibiting artist with a plan of action to take advantage of this news and below […]

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How to Write an Effective Artist Biography

August 12, 2012
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An effective artist biography (bio) is necessary information to have as part of the artist’s presentation to any viewers and interested parties of their artwork. A well written and composed artist bio serves to help a reader to connect to the artist and to the artist’s artwork. An artist bio, when written and created correctly will […]

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