We all change, grow, and evolve on our journey in life. Some people want you to be who they expect you to be forever. So, if someone says, “You’ve changed,” wear it like a badge of honor.
Today, we’re delving into the realm of artistic badassery – because, let’s face it, you are a creative badass, and it’s high time you owned that title! #artistlife
Today, I want to tackle a topic that often stirs mixed emotions among artists: social media. I know you might be tired of hearing about it, but trust me, there’s something intriguing that surfaced in a question posted on our Rogue Community site. It inspired this podcast. As someone who has thousands of followers and consistently get’s likes and comments on his posts, I think I would like to share a reality check with you.
Today, I want to delve into a topic that many of us find challenging: dealing with people who want to haggle over the price of your art. It’s something that can be intimidating, but it’s essential to understand and navigate when you’re putting your artwork out there. So, let’s tackle this fear and explore some strategies to handle these situations.
We are thrilled to announce that Rafi and Klee Studios will present at the upcoming Creative Entrepreneur Conference on May 20th, 2023.
Many artists are doing this art career thing and are always curious about what’s involved in finding their own voice. This is how I found mine.
I think about our career and how many times we failed in trying to do something new or deciding to go in a particular direction, and how many times we fell on our faces.
Today, I want to talk about something critical for every artist, and that’s how to deal with failure. I know it’s not a fun topic, but it’s something that we all face at some point in our lives, and it’s essential to know how to handle it.
Today I want to talk about something that recently came up in one of my videos. Someone commented on the video and questioned whether I could really call myself an artist. It’s a topic that I want to explore in this podcast, but I promise I’ll try not to make it into a rant.
As some of you know, we worked on a massive art installation several years ago. It involved animatronic sculptures and a maze. Whether you are working on a large art installation or getting ready to show your art at a gallery event, it is crucial to be prepared. As artists, we have many moving parts […]
As I sit in what used to be my studio this morning and contemplate my next task, I am struck by the fact that tomorrow we will be going to the post office to hand in our PO Box keys, going to the bank to wire transfer the largest amount of money I have ever […]