When I presented this class in August I said I would try my best to find a Saturday date and do it again, for those that aren’t available during the week. Well, here it is! As I mentioned before, I know enough about the subject to know I don’t know it all – but I’m excited to share what I do know! Here is the class information. If you’d like to join, please email me at email@example.com.
An Introduction to Web Presence & Social Media for Artists
Presented by Lynne Medsker
Date: Saturday, October 27th, 2012
Time: 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (bring an afternoon snack if you wish)
Location: Gallery on the Square
51 South Washington Street
Cost: $20 per person
Contact: Lynne Medsker @ firstname.lastname@example.org
This class is to introduce and encourage artists to use the available social media and online outlets to present and promote their work. It will be broken into two sessions, the first session covers basic information on presenting your work online, including:
Basic information all artists need to promote their work: Resume, artist statement, bio
Photographing/Adjusting/Resizing your images for the web
Watermarking & copyright for your images
What information to include with your images
Being consistent in your efforts
Connecting with other artists, art lovers and potential clients
After an afternoon break we will spend time talking about specific sites and ways to promote your art, some topics covered will be:
LinkedIN, Branched Out, Google+, etc.
Etsy & eBay
Blogs and blogs vs. websites
Image hosting sites
You will receive multiple handouts as well as access to links & information via the internet after the class. I will be available after the session to answer any specific questions that you may have about your art, Facebook Page, blog, etc. and to schedule one-on-one tutoring sessions for those who are interested in further assistance. If you have a laptop please bring it with you!
Yesterday I shared images from the Saturday morning mandala class I presented at Gallery on the Square in Danville, Indiana. Today I have images from the afternoon class! It was a three-piece mixed media collage class. I love to explain the basic steps in an artistic process and then watch each individuals thoughts and styles come to life! If each of my students went home with identical pieces of art I think I would feel as if I failed – I want their art to be as unique as they are!
It was great to watch them explore and discover during the process. Even their choice to make a “set” of three or three individual pieces varied!
New class information will be coming soon – including mandalas, mixed media and photography!
Saturday morning was the mandala class at Gallery on the Square in Danville, Indiana. We ended up with a class of seven students, each one of them enthusiastic and ready to learn. Just the way I like ’em! 🙂 Here are images of some of their creations in different stages of completion.
When class was complete each of them said they were ready to explore mandalas at home and seemed excited to dig out their compasses and rulers and get busy creating. I enjoying sharing things that I love to do! It’s really rewarding when others fall in love with them as well.
Tomorrow? Images from the afternoon mixed media class! Stay tuned!
If you’ve been debating about signing up for one of the classes June 11th at Gallery on the Square in Danville this is your last chance to join! The deadline is noon tomorrow (Friday, June 3rd) so I can get all the supplies ordered. Just a reminder, the two classes are:
“How to Create a Mandala” which runs from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday the 11th. For more details, click HERE.
“Three Piece Mixed Media Collage” which runs from 1:oo to 4:00 p.m. the same day. Details on that class are HERE.
You may join either (or both) class by contacting me via e-mail or phone. There are just a few openings remaining in each class!
See you there!
As promised earlier in the week, here are the two other recently completed mandalas. The more of them I did, the more colorful they became! I’ve got another in the beginning stages, I’m going to try and keep it a bit more sedate. But no promises! We’ll kick off today’s images with some progress shots of “harmony” shown at the top of the page:
Next up? Here are a few of the steps in creating “waves of joy” – remember now, I did say it gets colorful!!
Would you like to learn how to create a mandala? I’ll be give instructions on how to create basic mandala designs on (class date/time being rescheduled…check back soon!) at Gallery on the Square in Danville, Indiana from 2 to 4 p.m. The cost is only $15, why don’t you join us for some fun? If you are interested in learning but can’t make it on the 4th be sure to contact me, I can set up an alternate date for a class here in my studio!
Last week I posted that I still had a few items left to share with you that are specially priced & on display at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairground. Well, here they are! No particular theme with this posting, just a random assortment of deals for you to peruse. 🙂
Yet this week on the blog? Some more mandalas and then maybe a peek at some new mixed media pieces I’ve been working on. Check back soon!