Liz DeMarco. Google Keyword Planner is the most popular among bloggers and website owners.
You can exchange ideas about exhibitions, give opinions about upcoming shows, an artwork sold at auction, or an art event you attended. The reach you may obtain through their features could become exponential.
Whichever way you look at it, blogging is an effective way young artists can their art noticed in the crowded art space. The important thing is to do your best.
DeviantArt may be the biggest art community and I did meet a lot of great people there. Hello, reading your site really inspired me to go after my goal of doing something with my art.
Even if you do not win, some of the art professionals may show interest in your work and contact you for an exhibition. You become a part of an art community interested in your growth. Remember though, what works for someone else, might not necessarily work for you.
Reach Out to Press Many online art blogs and art pages on social media have open submission policies.
I enjoy your links too; often get sidetracked and lose the first blog like today I think. In other words, components are visualized in their most particular and integral state of being and then are reintegrated into the composition seen as a whole.
Let people know about you and your work. Pecola Parnell says: Blogging as a tool to promote your Art Plastic Plankton. Especially number 3 and 5…i used to have a deviantart profile…time to get it back up and running.