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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Helpful Sites for Artists

**Note updating 5/31/2008 to add to the fun and interesting:
Dan - Check in his profile, he has several blogs with all you will ever want to know about trees with beautiful photos: http://tree-species.blogspot.com/
Original Post, May 1, 2008

Aside from the regular links on the sidebar of my blog, I have been thinking of helpful sites that I visit or that were recommended to me. I would be happy to add any that you know about as well, suggestions appreciated. (If I have skipped yours, let me know .. I'm forgetful!)

They are not in any special order. I follow some through wetcanvas.com that I don't have on my blog reader. I will add them on later. I will also make a link to this post on the sidebar so you can check these once in a while for new entries.

Some of the artists on my sidebar have helpful hints and good info, but do not regularly post advice. They do have beautiful art. So, be sure and check them out as well. For example, Leslie D'Allesandro Hawes, has some great 'how to' posts with colored pencil. Start here with links to her other posts. She doesn't do 'how to' posts regularly but these are great.

Places to get a web site and/or sell your work:

How to:
My demos: :)
Artistic and Business Advice:
Some of these have great "how to" advice as well.
Information, Resources
Artists with informative/instruction blogs:
Some of the other artists I follow but are not on my sidebar:
Fun and interesting, not on the sidebar
Organizations:

Organizations near Bastrop, Texas:

13 comments:

Bag Blog said...

This is some great info and good links - Thanks!

Susan Carlin said...

Wonderful list, Jo! Would it be ok for me to pass it on in my blog workshop? I'd certainly credit you as the author! Good luck and have fun at your demo on Tuesday... wish I could be there!

Susan Carlin said...

Omigosh. I'm on your list. WoweeZowee, Jo! Thanks!

Jo Castillo said...

bag blog, thank you for checking in. :) I get a kick from your blog and love your watercolors, too.

Susan, you are more than welcome to use my list. Thanks for both comments. :)

Rose Welty said...

Lots of good stuff here Jo. I'll have to find some time to get through it! Thanks.

Rose

Jo Castillo said...

Rose, thanks, the list will be here, link in the sidebar.

Valerie Jones said...

Oh, I can't wait to check out all the fun links! Thanks for sharing!

leslie said...

Hi JO!
Thanks for the link!!
Here is another one everyone might enjoy...
The Art Renewal Center
http://www.artrenewal.org/

And if you have not visited James Gurney's Gurney Journey, you are in for a treat!

http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/

Jo Castillo said...

Valerie, thanks, nice to see you. :)

Leslie, thank you for the links, I will add them on my next revision .. maybe weekly?

Ed Terpening said...

Thanks, Jo, for listing my site on this post. Glad to hear it's been useful. This list of sites is great.

Jo Castillo said...

Hi Ed, thanks for stopping in. Your blog is always informative and interesting. Plein air painters take note! I'm behind again on reading blogs as we are in baseball tournament mode. I'll be back for the summer full force.

Ryan said...

Excellent stuff. Thanks for your useful information. I hope many would have benefited with your blog. I always like art prints very much. Recently I saw Brent Bailer Gallery with many art prints. Everything was too good.

Jo Castillo said...

Thanks Ryan. I hope to update this and make a page with this info soon.

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I Grew up in a small town , Magdalena, New Mexico. I enjoy art and the pleasure other people get from my work. I always donate some of my sales and art to charities, especially for children. That started in Bolivia with Para los NiƱos. (Link on sidebar) "I cannot pretend to feel impartial about colors. I rejoice with the brilliant ones and am genuinely sorry for the poor browns." -- Winston Churchill

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