I am offering a 48 hour special pop up!
If you want a consultation ( or tune up ) about your art work contact me before Monday the 27th and we can set up a time when we can talk using , Facetime or Skpe. If you have never had an online conversation before we can easily set this up using the messenger function on Facebook. There is an icon there for a video camera. I can explain all of that when you get in touch with me by emailing me at jowatercolor@gmail. Here is a link to purchase
I hope to meet you soon.
I have been teaching in my studio and on line a lot these past couple of weeks . This has resulted in some instructional videos that I have uploaded to my Youtube channel . Please join it if you have not done that yet. I am pretty active over there. Click here.
The Fall into painting event has changed from being October 6th to Oct 13th in order to have a larger attendance. We still have room for people and I am planning the cake menu because you know it is "Art First" but cake is a close second.
To purchase a ticket here is the link ...click here.
I have two students that I teach using the internet. All you need is either Skype, Facetime or my favorite of all is the messenger section of FaceBook. All you have to do is friend me on Facebook and I will message you with a date and a time we can agree to meet. No special equipment is required. You just go to send a message and instead of typing in a message you tap the camera icon and the phone receiver icon and Wha la! We are face to face or message me and we will have a free 30 minute consultation first to see if I can meet your needs.
No commitment needed or expected.
What I have learned so far :
There are endless ways to share using the technology available today. Don't let is scare you ...everything is figure-out-able.
This video is about introducing my new print for sale but what I really want to talk about is possibilities . Here is how to order your print...click here
About a year ago I begin an on line course about how to have a successful baking business. I had been following the site the The Biz Of Baking and enjoyed the marketing advice and community there. So when the course was opened up I joined.
I thought I would be a fish out of water but except for the fact that I worked on paper and the other artists worked in the sugar arts we were all facing similar small business issues.
The leader of this group is Michelle Green and I loved her sense of humor and sound advice. I had seen her on Youtube and heard her on podcasts and was a real fan.
She changed me. I decided to live my life "outloud" . To not hide my light under a bushel and I have not looked back since.
What I have learned so far:
If you have a dream go after it.
Small step by small step it will happen and along the way you will meet wonderful people.
Today Michelle quoted me in her Newletter posting and that was a real thrill for me.
When you meet your hero's you are never sure if they will meet your expectations or they will meet yours. But the the lack of barriers that now exists to contact, meet and network with people makes this an exciting time.
Here is Michelle's information for you to investigate. Click here
What do you think of the idea that this could be a good thing for the art industry and artists as a whole? I am curious . Do you see this as a good thing or a bad thing? Please watch this video and hit the subscribe button at the end so that you can see more about this and other art topics.
What I have learned so far:
You have to look outside your industry to find models for how to conduct business now that the world is changing faster and faster.
I am a watercolor coach, watercolorist, and author.