MarketArtist Blog – Tips and Tricks for Artists and Businesses

MarketArtist Blog – Tips and Tricks for Artists and Businesses

MarketArtist Blog – Fine Artist and Marketing Blog

Providing Tips, Tricks, and Twists for Artists and Businesses

Welcome! The MarketArtist Blog provides a “Realistic Perspective Toolbox” from a marketing communications professional and fine artist. All the while, creating artistic and creative inspiration in the community.

Tips and tricks for uniting strategic marketing communications for artists and businesses. Through integrating digital media into my marketing mix, my passion explodes by showcasing my personal work, as well as, helping artists and small businesses get a leg-up!

Furthermore, my mission is to create a place where I can help artists get a career jump, add valuable marketing experience and enhance connections within community.

Top 5 Ways to Tackle Creative Block with a Twist!

Posted by on Feb 27, 2017 in MarketArtist - Blog, News | 0 comments

Top 5 Ways to Tackle Creative Block with a Twist!

Top 5 Ways to Tackle Creative Block with a Twist!

Marie’s Guide to Brain Drain Mondays!

Follow this quick five-part series for a case of the Mental Monkey Monster Mondays! If you cannot get out today, try it out sometime this week.

What is CREATIVE BLOCK?

Technically, there is not a formal definition for “Creative Block” as a dictionary term. “Creative Block” derives from the term “Writer’s Block.” Although, anyone working in ANY industry consistently can blame lack of thought or idea on “Creative Block.”

*My personal definition: I am beating my head against a virtual wall and the golden egg of creativity is NOT falling out!

Time to Tackle the Mental Monkey Monday Monster!

Week 1 – ALWAYS Keep and Notebook or Sketchbook!

Also, don’t forget something to write with because this won’t help anyone. Well, unless you are really into origami – which could work too! Always try to keep a notebook, journal, sketchbook or anything to get ideas out. (If you are in a pinch, a phone voice recorder, phone notes and other electronic apps help!) I am a visual person, therefore; scribbling ideas on paper keeps the mental monkey monsters at bay.

This Week’s Activity Twist!

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Be a Voice for Art Education!

Posted by on Feb 14, 2017 in From the Studio, MarketArtist - Blog, News | 0 comments

Be a Voice for Art Education!

Why is Art Education Important?

I continue to be a voice for art education. I embrace and support art education and its importance. At times, individuals may not correlate the dynamic connection. Through my personal philosophy and as a parent, a educational fine arts program provides a wide-range range of skills and abilities enhancing today’s children and teens.

Why is art important to my child? The fine arts offer a child the ability to increase motor skills, early literacy, imagination, concrete to abstract thought and general creativity. These little developments derive from artistic activities at home to a professional education setting.

Furthermore, did you know early creative opportunities produce a platform for growth and success throughout a child’s education and life experiences? Whether it is free play to local community activities, childhood exposure to the creative arts enhances brain functionality and mental activity.
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Creative Block to Creative Inspiration

Posted by on Aug 26, 2016 in From the Studio, MarketArtist - Blog, News | 0 comments

Creative Block to Creative Inspiration

From the Studio – Artist Blog V.1

Creative Block to Creative Inspiration

“Have you met a hummingbird yet? Enter a world of life’s enjoyments and lightness of your being. Be present and playful. Bring joy into your life. Remove negativity. Be resilient. Embrace Independence. Most of all…JUST BE.”
~ Anonymous

How does an artist go from “creative blockage” to CREATIVELY FABULOUS? This is a really good question! Through my experience, everyone obtains creative inspiration through completely different methods.
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