Develop Your Artist’s Statement

Union Barn in Early Light - Copyright by Gary Hamburgh 2009- All Rights Reserved

Union Barn in Early Light - Copyright by Gary Hamburgh 2009- All Rights Reserved

It is important to develop an artist’s statement so that you can share your vision with other’s who may be interested in your work. My mentor Scott Bourne has written an excellent article discussing this topic. I have included that article which is titled “Do You Have An Artist’s Statement?”

I hope you take the time to develop an artist’s statement so that you may convey to your audience your vision for your work.

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One response to “Develop Your Artist’s Statement

  1. Beautifully captured photos! I am in the process of painting the First family on a wooden plaque. So far, so good. I usually paint mermaids or fairies. I also paint portraits of whoever you would like. I have been told when the portrait is finished that you can feel the emotions from the canvas. That is because I put my entire being into it. My canvas is my world to get away. It’s perfect for me. I can work on a detail for two hours and it will seem like five minutes just passed. I have been drawing and painting since I was four years old. That was thirty-three years ago.

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