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7 Tips for Conventions


Miranda Meeks

My table at FanX in Salt Lake City, 2019   Are you an artist who has tabled at a convention before? If you have, you're probably familiar with the whirlwind of emotions that come with convention territory. It's amazing and exhausting all at once. You can't wait to go one minute, and you're dreading it the next. Once a weekend is over, I've never regretted the experience, and I'm simultaneously glad it's over, haha. Although…

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Inspiration: William Trost Richards


Winona Nelson

September 25, 2021 - Several years ago I was planning a painting that had big rock cliffs and crashing waves, and went googling for technique inspiration. I found an artist I'd never heard of - William Trost Richards. He's been one of my favorite landscape artists ever since. Look at these, they're watercolors! He worked in oils as well, but his watercolor and gouache works are what really get me excited. William Trost Richards, Lake Squam from Red Hill, 1874, Watercolor, gouache, and graphite on light gray-green…

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