Handicap Accessible Studio – The BIGGER Picture – Part 3

Part 3 of my Handicap Accessible Studio blog series. Today’s post is all about “the bigger picture” and how this dream of mine is more than just me wanting a nice art studio. Come see what the bigger picture is and how you can help. Read More

Handicap Accessible Studio – Part 2

Part 2 – designs for my handicap accessible studio. Come see what I envision this space to look like, catch a glimpse of the bigger picture, and find out what I’m doing to make it happen. Read More

Paying Yourself a Living Wage as an Artist

Paying yourself a living wage as an artist is almost a taboo topic. I get comments about how unrealistic it is on a regular basis across various social media platforms. Just because you may not have had success with it doesn’t mean others are not…Find out why I know it’s possible. Read More

Does Affiliate Marketing Have a Place in Your Art Business?

Affiliate marketing used to put a really bad taste in my mouth. I definitely didn’t get the warm fuzzies. I thought that it would make me a “sell out” if I ever endorsed another product and pushed my affiliate link… over time, my opinion on this has changed. Find out why. Read More

Pricing Your Art

Pricing your art is a very subjective topic. I’ve seen posts about it in dozens of different places all with a slightly different take on it. But I’ve also seen the question posed in MANY of the art groups I’m in. This is my take on it and how I determine my prices. Read More

Keeping A Business Going When Mother Nature Strikes

My business strategy for handling natural disasters as an artist and small business owner. What worked, what didn’t work. What we learned as a family and as a small business… .and what my plans are to mitigate risk moving forward. Read More

Spooniepreneur

Spooniepreneur? Spoonie? What? If you’re not familiar with spoon theory, or know someone who battles chronic illness/disability, spoon theory is likely a foreign concept to you. Find out what it is, how it applies to yours truly, and just what exactly a spooniepreneur is. Read More

Overcoming Hand Weakness

As a differently abled artist, finding new ways of using odd tools is part of my “job”. When my body doesn’t want to work the way I want it to, it forces me to get creative. Find out how I solved the problem of my fingers not wanting to push clay around. Read More

Balancing My Time

Balancing our time is difficult for just about everyone I think. It’s even more so when you have things that affect your ability to maximize the use of your time efficiently – like having limited number of spoons for all my spoon theory folks. Find out how I’m doing my best to manage my time. Read More