A Q&A Blog Series Celebrating Creatives
Your inside peek into the minds of fellow creatives, with valuable insights on topics you face everyday -- sprinkled with a bit of inspiration along the way.
Artie, your FBF (Framer's Best Friend) and advocate for artists wants you to succeed! Each month, Artie will interview a different artist, designer, or photographer to ask eight thoughtful questions on a range of topics such as creative blocks, the role of artists in society, best/worst tool purchase, future events, and more. The answers will make you think, laugh, and feel connected. Make Connections. Who knows? Maybe something will inspire you to push beyond your current creative limits.
If you'd like to be considered for an issue of Artie's Eight, simply submit your completed form below.
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Interview Questions:
Tell me about your background: how did you get started as an artist or photographer?
For Artists: What role do you think the artist plays in society?
For Photographers: How important is it for a photographer to 'connect' to their subject?"
What has been a formative experience or the best advice you've received within your career?
In what ways does your work reflect your personality?
Creative blocks, do you get them? If so, how do you overcome them?
What is your most indispensable tool? Paint, brushes, canvas, and camera excluded.
Do you have a new project you are working on, or a new passionate idea?
For artists: What is your favorite color to incorporate into your art?
For Photographers: What 'fad' gadget do you most regret purchasing? (brand names will be omitted)
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