Polaroid Dealer Film From 1964
Mammoth 20x24 Large Format Polaroid Coming to Atlanta at HATHAWAY Contemporary Gallery
Polaroid released an intriguing film in 1964 for it's dealers revealing sales figures and future ad campaigns.
Perfection is the Enemy of Progress
The 20x24 Polaroid camera is coming to Atlanta!
How I Bought an $85 Dollar John Singer Sargent Fine Art Book for Less Than $3 Dollars
Could it be that perfectionist is another word for procrastinator?
Beautiful Documentary of Plein Air Painting - Outside the Lines
I recently found a fantastic book about John Singer Sargent that originally listed for $85. I paid less than $3 dollars for it. I explain how.
The Art Market
Outside the Lines, produced by Plein Air magazine, tells the story of painting outdoors.
Pencil Kings Podcast Features Carl Olson
I found a four part series directed by Oscar Boyson and produced in collaboration with UBS and Artsy. The series is: The Art Market (in Four Parts). These four short films cover the four cornerstones of the art market: auctions, galleries, patrons, and art fairs.
Moog 15 iOS App Full View
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed on the Pencil King Podcast - founded and hosted by Mitch Bowler.
Gamblin Artists Colors Approach to Colormaking
Expanded view of the new Moog 15 iOS app.
Olmsted Plein Air Invitational
This beautifully filmed promo video briefly tells the story of founder Robert Gamblin and Gamblin Artists Colors.
What If No One Sees My Art?
This past Saturday my wife and I attended the Olmstead Plein Air Invitational. Several plein air artists setup their pochade boxes amidst the beautiful and historic Olmsted Linear Park near Atlanta.
Podcasting Myths Exposed - Part 4 - Use WordPress For Your Podcast Website
What if no one sees your art? This video essay by Adam Westbrook - Painting in the Dark: The Struggle for Art in A World Obsessed with Popularity – is a thoughtful look at the Vincent van Gogh's obscurity when he was alive and what it means for struggling creatives today.
The Rules of Abstraction With Matthew Collings
This video is going to make some podcasting gurus mad. I call them out for their bad advice to use WordPress for your podcast websites. For most podcasters, WordPress is too complicated, too expensive, and a huge time sink to maintain. There are better ways to use your time and money than spending it on a WordPress website.
Jean-Michel Jarre on the Evolution of Analog Synths to Software Synths
This BBC-produced documentary The Rules of Abstraction covers the rise of abstract art over the last century. Matthew Collings dives into the questions of how we respond to abstract art when we see it.
SUPERSENSE–Home of Analog Delicacies–Now Offers 20x24 Polaroid Prints
Jean-Michel Jarre in his studio of analog, digital, and software synthesizers.
Podcasting Myths Exposed - Part 3 - Use A Blue Nessie, Snowball, or Yeti Microphone
SUPERSENSE is a place of artistic exploration and discovery. It’s a place where the creative method is alive. They are, in a sense, a manufacturer of analog sensations.
Would You Do Spec Work?
Podcasting Myth #3 frustrates me because it affects so many podcasters. It goes like this: Use a Blue Nessie, Snowball, or Yeti microphone. These microphones appear to be sold by the thousands. And they are the reason why so many podcasts sound so bad.
Podcasting Myths Exposed - Part 2 - Audio Quality Doesn't Matter!
For some reason visual artists - photographers, video producers, graphic designers and the like - seem to get little respect as professionals offering a service that rightfully deserves pay.
Podcasting Myths Exposed - Part 1 - Podcasting Is Easy!
Too many podcasting gurus downplay audio quality in a podcast. Audio quality is more important than ever for a podcast. Let's bust this myth now!
The Unconventional Guide To Podcasting - Exposing Podcasting Myths Introduction
In this video–part 2 in the series The Unconventional Guide to Podcasting–I expose the myth that podcasting is easy.
This is the first in a series of videos for The Unconventional Guide To Podcasting. I'm going to expose a few of the most common myths and bad information so-called podcasting experts spread about how to podcast.