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101 #Art Hashtags for Artists to Use in Social Media

Social Media is now an accepted and effective way for artists to brand, market and sell their artworks.  The main goals for artists when marketing through social media are to increase their reach, create more traffic to their art website and display their art to new audiences. By employing art-related hashtags, an artist increases their […]

10 Instant Benefits for Using Press Releases

Many artists have not availed themselves of the numerous advantages of conducting an ongoing public relations (PR) campaign for their art or art services. An effective PR campaign does not have to be an expensive or time-consuming venture. An effective PR program can be developed and run based on the artist’s resources that ranges from […]

5 Tips on How to Avoid Art Scams & Art Fraud

In the excitement and in an effort to make a sale of their art, many artists may not use good judgment during the transaction. If sound business practices are ignored, this transaction may ultimately cause the artist to lose money, their art or in some cases, both. Here are a few tips and reminders in […]

Maybe it’s Your Presentation & Not Your Art?

Sometimes a poorly presented art entry may be the cause of one’s art not getting into an art exhibition, rather than the quality of the art that was entered.  How can that be, after all, isn’t this an art competition?  This article will discuss how a poorly presented submission or entry and not the quality […]

35,000+ Views on the LST YouTube Channel

The Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery (LST) is pleased to announce that their Light Space & Time YouTube Channel has recently exceeded 35,000+ views for their YouTube art exhibition presentations. What is the benefit to an artist who competes, has their art chosen and is displayed on the Light Space & Time Online […]

LST Gives Artists Best Exposure Per Alexa.com

As of March 15, 2014, the Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery (LST) was ranked by Alexa.com as the highest and most popular online art competition gallery on the web.  Through this ranking, it shows that LST provides the greatest and most far reaching exposure for any artists who participate and place in any […]

Light Space & Time Exceeds 1,900,000+ Page Views

Light Space & Time (LST) is very pleased to announce that their website www.lightspacetime.com recently reached more than 1,900,000+ Page Views. The gallery’s internal analytics disclosed that this milestone was achieved through a total of 775,000 visits to the site and was made by 585,000 Unique Visitors. Overall, these exceptional results were achieved by LST […]

How to Take Your Art Career to the Next Level…

Just what is a Portfolio Review and how can an artist benefit from taking part in this type of event?  A Portfolio Review will provide an artist with a professional evaluation of one’s art, a critique of how the art is being presented to others and can provide the artist with ideas on how they […]

Year in Review – Our Top Winning Artists for 2013

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 […]

But I Thought that My Art Was Pretty Good…

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 […]

When My Art Gets Discovered I will Be Successful…

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 […]

10 Things Artists Can Do to Get Unstuck Now!

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 […]