My photograph for today is of Dale Chihuly’s glass sculpture which stands in the reception area of the Atlantis Hotel in Dubai.
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Artists Websites – How important are they? Do you have an artists website? These days, if you are at all serious about marketing your art, a website is a ‘must have’. “Why an artists website?” I can hear you ask. Good question. “Why can’t I just put my work on Facebook?” You say. Here are […]
I guess the first thing you need to decide is how seriously you really want to get into selling your art. Only you can decide that.
Theory of constraints Part 2 In this post on the theory of constraints we are going to take a look at how can we set about identifying our constraints. We begin by looking at our art business and breaking it down into different areas. There are two basic areas – a. Your art practice b. […]
The Theory of Constraints The theory of constraints is a principle that can be applied to all parts of our lives, although generally it is referred to in relation to business. I first came across it via Rich Schefren, an internet marketing and business leader. Today I would like to take a look at how it […]
A recent survey by YouGov for the Sunday Times, found that British women are less likely to ask for either a pay rise or a promotion, than men. I’m sorry, but this isn’t news to me and the findings don’t surprise me in the slightest. Although women can manage the household budget and make most […]
I probably need to clarify my title to any one that is snooping around online looking for infidels. When I say going “underground” I don’t mean in the subversive kind of way…I am talking about “under the earth” kind of way. This week I have caves on my mind. Yes…..I realize there is no logical […]
Keep em dumb …. True believers in force, the whip hand, strength, strength and the din of sin Keep em dumb…… Immigrants are likely to vote to the left of center …… bad things… Keep em dumb ….. The educated are likely not to cherish the rights to be toadies to private and public systems […]
When I was in Coromandel, well to be more precise, on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand, recently, I had coffee at a place called Colville. What’s at Colville then? Well not much actually – a Post Office, a General Store which seconds as a petrol station and this little coffee bar called the Green […]
OK, I admit it I’m not the goat’s grandmother, but I am the mother of the owner of this small group of Mini Nubians. My daughter has gotten into the goat breeding business with both feet along with my son-in-law and grandson. They are breeding the stock to gain a milk producing, polled (hornless) variety. […]