On this weeks show, I take a look at the power of the pen – the artist statement.  For those of us with aspirations of sharing our work with others via art shows, galleries, and contests/competitions, the value of the artist statement can make the difference between getting into a show, gallery or other event and buying a ticket.  So, if you want to learn what the artist statement is, how to write one, and things to consider, this is the show for you.  Here’s the show notes:

Another news item I forgot to mention in the podcast is an upcoming web seminar series for photographers, free, from Adobe.  Here’s the dates:

  • Photoshop: April 23rd
  • Lightroom: April 9th and May 7th
  • Both: May 14th

Link for more info and to register is here

Make sure you stop in and grab the podcast from the good folks over at Personal Life Media, and visit our show sponsor Lensbaby if you are thinking about the Lensbaby Composer.  Diggs from PLM and reviews from iTunes are encouraged, welcomed, and appreciated!  Happy shooting all and we’ll see you back here tomorrow!  🙂

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2 thoughts on “Artist Statement Appeal – the power of the pen

  1. Great podcast today Jason – just one other thing I sometimes use off-camera lighting for is that it can be great for special effects such as back lighting a person to give a highlight to their outline etc.

    Really interesting podcast as I say. Kevin

  2. Thanks for this show…I’ve been thinking I should look at doing a few of the serious things like an artist’s statement so your show came at the perfect time 🙂

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