|Neahkahnie, ©2012 R.L. Delight, personal photo|
I consider myself very fortunate that I am rarely ill. I haven't had even a so much as a cold over the past few year. Alas, I have caught some sort of illness bug. I will spare you the details and just say I have spent the past few days resting, taking care, and reading about art of course. I am recovering and will be back at the easel soon. In the meantime, I thought I would share a few links for this post.
With perfect timing for my reading enjoyment, the Spring edition of the online magazine, Artists on Art came out. It is a beautifully created interactive, and very informative magazine. Not only about artists but about collectors of art as well. I have been intrigued and touched by the interactions and personal relationships with art the collectors describe. It is well worth subscribing to.
For the artists interested in marketing, art techniques, studio and artist tips, and using social media to its full potential, pop on over to Lori McNee's Fine Art Tips. There is a lot to read there so be sure to make yourself comfortable. Take a look at her beautiful work as well.
I was excited to find the American Artist Video Magazine. They have recently released the Spring issue at no cost. Back issues will be $10.00 which was what the magazine used to cost. Of course, it is very shrewd of them because after seeing the incredible interviews of some of the top artists, I wouldn't mind purchasing a back issue or two to view the previous interviews.
I also spent time reading regular books and catching up on some of the back issues of the one or two artist magazines I have accumulated.
I would have much rather been working in the studio but if I had to take a wellness break, it isn't a bad way to pass the time.
Hoping you will get a chance to check out the links above in good heath and wellness.
I'm sorry to hear that you have been ill. I'm looking forward to further cello-related work.
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