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Artists: How Not to be a Bad Loser

It’s your masterpiece. You’ve put your heart and soul into its creation, packed it with love and care, and submitted it to the exhibition with pride. And now it’s been rejected. What to do? There are two options: (1) you can … Continue reading

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Exhibiting Success

I recently submitted work to the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours annual exhibition and was later happy to announce I’d had work accepted. One of the congratulatory replies I received raised some questions: How do you assess if … Continue reading

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Difficult Decisions

Today I’m juggling paintings. Not literally, because that would be weird.  No, trying to work out which painting should go to which exhibition. Sounds simple? I wish! This one shouldn’t go to venue A because it’s less suited to their clientele. That one … Continue reading

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