augment your blog with images
This is an example of what a blog would look like on your site. There are a number of widgets that you can drag and drop into the sidebar or any of the other widget areas.
Here I have shown just a few of the most popular. Add more or remove what you don’t want. You can even drag and drop to change the order in which they appear.
Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
I have included some of my favorite blog posts on this site about blogging for artists.
This is what’s called a “sticky” post, meaning it sticks to the top of the blog list of semantically and choreographically arranged information. When using WordPress as an artists website it is important to understand the difference between pages and posts
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Kim Bruce | Dressmaker 1
Remember these two posts that I wrote about why artists should blog?
Well I get to be my own success story. It works!
A couple of weeks ago I received a phone call from New Haven artist Susan Shutan. She was in the process of finalizing an exhibition proposal to turn over to curator Daphne Anderson Deeds. But before she finished she decided to Google “Pins & Needles”.
It just so happened that I wrote a post at kimbruce.ca (my fine art site) about my work with pins and needles (you can read it here). Susan found it on Google and now I have been included in the exhibition proposal with some pretty amazing artists. Here’s the proposal. Wish us luck!
If you have a success story about how your website or blog has furthered your art career feel free to post it in the comment area below. We would love to share it with our readers.
Include an image in your post
I had a realization this morning as I was reading an article that was sent to me by my latest client. You know sometimes things just need to be said with a certain combination of words and then they hit home. This article was written by Chris Tyrell for Opus Framing and Art Supplies and is called Three Career Concerns. My realization came when reading part one Stories and Value, here is the part that got me…
In a recent article I wrote about why artists should blog and I jumped on the band wagon and started writing about my work on my fine art website. Then with life and work and all sorts…well I slowed down on the manic postings.