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10 Tasks Before Open Studios

For many artists and arts organisations, summer is Open Studio season. Opening your studio is a fantastic experience that enables you to make new contacts, reacquaint yourself with existing customers and see first hand how viewers interact with your work. … Continue reading

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National Exhibition Wildlife Art (NEWA)

Calling all wildlife artists – this year’s NEWA exhibition runs from July 13th to 29th 2012 and entry registration is open now. The National Exhibition Wildlife Art (NEWA) has been in existence  for an astounding 17 years, and has regularly drawn over 17,000 … Continue reading

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Whose Image?

Recently I was having a look at other wildlife artists’ websites  – seeing what others were doing these days and familiarising myself with artists previously unknown to me.  Suddenly I had a feeling of deja vu, a sense that I’d … Continue reading

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Feedback time

Unbelieveably, this blog has now been active for almost two months.  Doesn’t time fly!  I’ve tried to keep it varied, interesting, and above all a shapshot into my days as a wildlife artist.  I’m also trying to keep posts short, as I’m … Continue reading

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