Sunday, June 22, 2014

The Week Links: 4


Join me every Sunday when I will share some of my favorite links I discovered in the previous week.
Week 1 
Week 2
Week 3

And here is Week 4...

Anybody who is creative (in other words -- everybody) should read these thoughts on being an artist written by Annie Coe from the blog Blissful-Bohemian, as well as the comments to the post. She speaks to the balance between the work one must do and the need to slow down. 

Shawna Lemay, an author and photographer from the blog Calm Things also shares her thoughts on the challenge of being an artist and writer in our world today. Her words are spaced between stunning images of used paint brushes and though-filled quotes.

For all the painters out there, Wen Redmond has an interesting post with many helpful tips about alternatives to clogging your sink when you need to dispose of your acrylic paint.

I am inspired by the beauty of the work, the studio and the photography of artist Mae Chevrette on her blog To Go into the World. Love those blues!

Thinking of self-publishing a book? Biz Ladies has a post on Design Sponge that includes some good advice that hill help get you started.

Liz Steel has a wonderful post about the tools she uses for sketching, which includes suggestions for pens, pencils, brushes, sketchbooks, and other supplies.

12 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

I will check these out! THANKS.
I follow Wen's blog...I LOVE her work!
Have a HaPpY Sunday!

elle said...

You are right. Great posts! Thanks!
Balance, finding oneself, catch cloths, photos, books, tools. A great combo but I sure like the title- to go out into the world! :)

Danielle said...

I love this feature on your blog!!! Thanks for sharing all the great links and artists.

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Wen is great....Judy Wise always said to put it back in the ground.....loved that advice. xox

Annie said...

Seth, Thank you so much for linking to my blog, my last name is coe, not cole, but no worries it is a common mistake :-). I appreciate the shout out. I will check on these other links as well.
xoxo

Jo Murray said...

Thanks for making my Monday morning so interesting Seth.

MARY CATHERINE Howes said...

seth, sundays are so much better now that i have discovered yr page! thank you for finding all these creative links to artists and their work/words. such a feast...keep the generous offerings coming!

MARY CATHERINE Howes said...

seth, sundays are so much better now that i have discovered yr page! thank you for finding all these creative links to artists and their work/words. such a feast...keep the generous offerings coming!

MARY CATHERINE Howes said...

seth, sundays are so much better now that i have discovered yr page! thank you for finding all these creative links to artists and their work/words. such a feast...keep the generous offerings coming!

janet said...

Thank you once again, Seth. What a perfect way to spend my Sunday afternoon.

Carmen Whitehead said...

Thanks for sharing Seth, I always find blogs that I love.

Hastypearl said...

Linkin' and Hoppin', Linkin' and Hoppin' :) Laura