A very exciting program coming up Saturday, May 3.
Diane Brahm is our demo artist, sharing her technique of using water soluble pastels.
Diane embraces not only the beauty of classic realism in her painting and drawing but also a contemporary approach to modern portraiture.
Take a look at her website, and join us at Jerry's Artarama. The meeting begins at 10:30.
Sharon Haney, Caroline Ratliff and Carolyn Hancock: Representing pastel in Fulshear Art Walk, Saturday, April 26, from 11-4 PM. A fun family afternoon of live performance and live art. Make the trip out to Fulshear and enjoy a unique corner of Texas.
by Carolyn Hancock
I briefly touched on thinglink.com in my program this month. Thinglink is a unique, entertaining way to tell the story behind the painting. With no learning curve, you can create interactive links to make your image come alive with text descriptions, music, video, social media, and more. You just hover over a dot and a world of information pops up.
Take a look at what I've done with Gion Geisha by clicking here.:
The program by Carolyn Hancock at Saturday's meeting of PSST was all about websites and Facebook. Carolyn stressed that every artist should have a website, using it like a gallery to show your work. She also emphasized creating a personalized logo for the website heading.
An article published today on Hubspot carries this point, showiing famous logos in color groups, and the transitions some logos have undergone. It's a neat infographic, scrollable in just a minute or two.
In case you couldn't attend the program, a link to the slideshow is on the Members Only page.
PSST Blog is written by Carolyn Hancock