Hey Unmotivated Artists! I feel you. I really do. It's so hard to stay motivated after working your grown-up job everyday, waking, dressing, feeding, wrangling your offspring and then dressing, feeding and organising yourself. Cleaning the house, grocery shopping, cooking, paying bills, remembering to pick up your kids from school. It gets on top of you and any spare second you have you just want to plop down in front of the tv and become a box-zombie. I really do feel ya! Am
Hey fancy artist!
You have an art exhibition coming up. You've planned out the space and how you are going to fill it. You know you have 3 months which means you need to create one artwork per week. Then! Two weeks out from your show and your perfect planning has been overrun with life. Mainly your need to watch every NBA game live, clean out your winter clothes and anything else to procrastinate. Here are five quick and easy last minute tips on getting yourself back on trac
I was lucky enough to be able to interview Zhong Chen this week for My City Life. He has been a three time finalist in the Archibald prize along with a bucketload of other art accolations. The next Art Series Hotel in Melbourne will be named after, and inspired by Chen and his artworks. The one piece of gold from the interview that resonates with me, and I'm sure many of you, is Chen's advice to other artists - 'You just have to believe in what you are doing before someone el