Conundrum III

Most days I read Alyson Stanfield’s Art Marketing Blog which I find very useful. I learned about blogging from her free Art Newsletter which you can sign up for at her Art Marketing website. When I started my blog, I studied Alyson’s posts on blogging to make decisions about how I wanted to proceed. In this one blog I get all sorts of insights from many different artists through their comments. Alyson encourages us as artists to use technology in our art businesses.

Conundrum III

Conundrum III, Collage © Diane Clancy

Alyson, writing about an art-marketing workshop she gave at one time, wrote in her blog, “One of the big lessons I always learn at these workshops is that artists who use technology have a distinct advantage over artists who don’t. …”

Alyson continues, “Stay on top of technology and use the tools that are available to you. Only 3 out of 66 artists in the room yesterday had a blog! … think of that. Three of 66!”

From Alyson’s blog I learned that WordPress is free blogging software. From what readers (and Alyson) wrote, I made a decision to go with WordPress and I am delighted that I did! I wouldn’t have known how to start without this great resource of Alyson Stanfield’s blog.

This painting “Conundrum III” is from my collage series that is inspired by my former quilting. There are many actual fabric pieces in this collage besides paper and paint.

Please share your thoughts in a comment.

~ Diane Clancy

About Diane Clancy

Diane Clancy creates vibrant paintings that feature color and vision to inspire and uplift people. Says Diane, “I feel that I am very blessed to have this opportunity to express myself through painting. I love that people say my artwork enhances their lives.”
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1 Response to Conundrum III

  1. Thanks, Diane. What a very nice testimonial! You’re doing a great job here.

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