Sunday, April 23, 2006

Once upon a time artists, like other workers, belonged to guilds. The guilds had different criteria for entry and different types of artists - but every guild provided support for its members and a guarantee of quality to the people who commissioned artworks.

We live in a different age, and the internet provides new ways of forming modern guilds. I have recently been invited to join two.

Studio33 is a small group of juried artists which works together to provide the highest quality of art to the collector. To learn more about Studio33 visit our blog.

This is my first Studio33 piece, From the mosquito net available here.



To see more Studio33 pieces which are for sale please click here.

The Art Collective


The Art Collective is an international group of artists who sell together both online and in galleries. Our work is wide reaching both in style and subject.

In July 2006 we will be exhibiting in Chicago, with a Shakespeare themed show to coincide with the Chicago Skaespeare Theatre Company's 20th anniversary. This is one of my pieces in progress.



Soft, what light from yonder window

The art collective currently has a number of miniatures for sale at an introductory opening price, to look at them all please click here.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Gillian said...

wow-this is beautiful.

Sally I need your address again. doh: keep losing it

Gillian (lawandarts@aol.com)

5:54 pm  
Anonymous Gillian said...

wow-this is beautiful.

Sally I need your address again. doh: keep losing it

Gillian (lawandarts@aol.com)

5:54 pm  

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