What are your tips for other artists?
I would say a good tip is to change your paint brush from time to time. For me, this has helped find new ways of blending. I would also say give yourself some distance and space from your art work. I’ve ended up leaving some of my work for months and coming back to it with a totally new perspective.
Do you use digital art?
I have explored digital art during my course, but I prefer hands-on painting – I enjoy the whole process of being creative.
How difficult do you think it is for artists in general to be seen?
I think it is difficult to get out there, but things are becoming a bit easier with the online channels available. Unknown artists are also being seen thanks to art teachers who encourage us to research our projects and study different artists who can be found on the internet.
How did you find out about Framd?
My art teacher told me about it – he is also a member.
How long have you been a member of Framd and have you sold any of your work through it?
Since May last year and yes, I sold my sunset picture to someone from Bristol – my work is currently being marked so I can’t add any more on there at the moment.
What do you think of the platform?
I think it’s a cool way of seeing lots of different art work – a great opportunity for people to find artists they may normally miss.
Would you recommend Framd?
Yes, I would – it’s great because you can keep your artwork on there for as long as you like – and there’s no percentage taken off the sale.
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