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The Plush Life: My daughter is already rich in love, laughter, and soft pals to snuggle PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stephanie Finnegan   
Monday, 02 April 2012 10:33

money-pileThis weekend, I learned a little about my daughter, and a LOT about myself. It all began on Friday evening when we were gathered around our dinner table loudly discussing what we would do if we won the Mega Millions jackpot (it had climbed to over $600,000). I don’t play weekly, but every so often I can’t resist the siren call of fast, easy money — that is, if conjuring up six winning numbers from scratch counts as an easy task.


Marketing your Art business with Pinterest PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joyce Greenholdt   
Friday, 30 March 2012 14:23

TBF-BannerIn December 2011, Pinterest made the top 10 social networks list at number 5, beating Google + and Linked in. Pinterest is an fairly new social network tool. The reason we are talking about Pinterest is that the main purpose is to share images. This is great for artists. We are visual and we need to be able to share images of our bears.


6 Tips for Working With Real Fur PDF Print E-mail
Written by Helen Gleeson   
Wednesday, 28 March 2012 13:33

TBF-BannerWhen working with real furs (recycled coats) these tips can help you create a well-constructed and high-quality finished bear.


Cyber Strolling: Spending a Chelsea Sunday Morning PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stephanie Finnegan   
Tuesday, 20 March 2012 07:44

Those in the know often say that nothing is black-and-white in this big wide world. Well, for those of us who love panda bears, tuxedoannieinbasket1 cats, and Jean Dujardin in “The Artist,” we know that’s not true.


Black-and-white is a beautiful way to show the yin and the yang of the color spectrum, and it’s always exciting when a teddy bear company decides to traffic in this very bold and very Art Deco-ish arrangement of contrasts.


How to create an amazing “Artist page” for your website PDF Print E-mail
Written by Helen Gleeson   
Friday, 02 March 2012 16:48


Firstly let’s clarify the difference between Artist Biography and Artist Statement.


Artist Biography

A short biographical, detailed description of your personal artistic history. This can include facts about where you live, how you came to be an artist, including any accomplishments and any other facts about you.


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