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    Energetic Expressions: Meet Fine Artist Jen Sterling

    If Jen Sterling had any doubts about the decision to sell her company and pursue fine art full time, this surely was confirmation: Art Folio Annual named her among “the world’s most exciting artists” in 2021. Nothing Vanilla Here The self-taught abstract artist from Annapolis, Maryland,...
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  • For Professionals

    How to Earn a Living as a Photographer

    You’ve got an eye for composition, an instinct for lighting, and a talent for capturing the perfect moment. But how do you turn your skill and passion for photography into a career that pays the bills (and then some)? Many Beginnings Fine art photographer Charles Santora started taking pictures...
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    The Power of Simplicity: Meet Photographer Wil Moore

    As a photographer, Detroit native Wil Moore draws from his background in the fine arts as he captures the dynamic humanity of his subjects. Inspired by Experience From his childhood in Detroit to his time in the armed forces, Wil Moore has collected a range of experiences that inform his work...
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  • DIY

    Old Photo Albums: DIY Organizing and Preserving Ideas

    Old photos tell the story of years gone by. They freeze cherished moments in time, featuring a cast of characters who may no longer be around. For many people, old photo albums are the most treasured item they possess. Unfortunately, time is a cruel mistress. Old photo albums are susceptible to...
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  • For Professionals

    Handling Rejection as an Artist

    Has your work ever been rejected by a gallery or show? If so, you’re in extremely good company. From Monet to Manet, many famous artists throughout history have dealt with criticism, exclusion, and poverty. Let’s take a closer look at rejection and how to deal with it. What’s Not to...
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    From Cuba with Love: Meet Painter Elena Maza Borkland

    Elena Maza Borkland was 13 years old when she fled Cuba with her two sisters in a political exodus known as “Operation Pedro Pan.” Although she settled near Washington, D.C., her grandfather’s tropical fruit trees back in Cuba would later inspire a passion for sketching and painting flowers...
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