Many of us think that as artists, all that we need is our creativity and supplies. In this post, I discuss how a vision statement has helped keep me on track and drive the business side of my art career.
Artist Lynette Ubel's painting Flying Colours, was recently selected to appear on the set of the hit SHOWTIME series, The Chi."To have my work appear on a T.V. series about Chicago brings my art full circle back to The Windy City." -L. Ubel
I reflect specifically on three paintings that were created after spending quality time communing with nature and how my work is sometimes inadvertently inspired by Mother Nature.
Much of the time, the place where art is displayed matters just as much as the work on its walls. In this blog post, I dive into the history of three iconic museums and how they came to be.
I went out of my element and gave myself the self-imposed challenge of working with painting in black and white. Here is what I learned while creating my painting "Vice Versa.”
With so many mediums for an artist to choose from it takes trial and error to find the one that feels right. It can also take lots of experience in one medium to master that and launch you into the exploration of another.
In this post, I’ll share the studio space I’ve put together and how I’m letting it evolve as I go to keep up with my work as I continue to become busier and busier.
Mark making is a term used to describe the different lines, patterns, and textures that are made visible as a manifestation of energy. I have found that the mark making in my work comes from a subconscious place.
There is something curious about the sharing of creative expression that opens our minds and enables us to appreciate the unique qualities in others. The arts unify our communities regardless…