By Sandra K. Ziebold
Everyone can keep things more simple by determining intention. In all of your endeavors staying focused on your goal or message will keep you on track toward your purpose. You don't want to drift into waters that are counterproductive toward your goal or message. Knowing clearly what your trying to achieve is motivating and keeps you engaged and invested.
The goal for artists is typically to have their completed work creatively convey a message that emotes.
Once you are clear on your intended message then seek the correct partner source. To make good use of time and to improve your chances for success seek a gallery, label, publisher or other appropriate source that resonates with your creative message. As well if you are a gallery, label, publisher or other source then ensure you are identifying and courting the appropriate message provider for your venue.
In last weeks guest post by Lisa Bick, she shared with us the intended message behind her work.
"My paintings depict the aura of life and art -of loss, desire, longing and death, memory and fragments of information." -Lisa Bick
Personally my work takes many forms, among them photography, writing and mixed-media painting and it resonates from a realist perspective with a focus most often on simplicity, nature and the environment. The intended message behind my work is exploring realism and conveying life's complexity, simplicity and reality to inform and inspire others. Here is a whimsical piece...
Beauty of a Moss Covering
About this blog
This blog is about art, creativity, outdoor living, positivity, marketing, philanthropy and reflections of nature.
I am an artist, business owner and philanthropist that strives in the everyday to keep things simple and spread positivity. I look for the peace and zen in the hustle and bustle, excitement and wonders of life and nature around us.