It is really amazing how much the internet has changed so many of our institutions and ways of doing business. For artists of all types it has opened up a world of freedom from the dealers and producers; the gatekeepers at the world of art. From sites like Etsy to CD Baby to Lulu, options exist for artists to create and promote their own work.
I personally have not had much success in the traditional art world of galleries, museums, etc. But since I decided to become my own dealer and promote my work online, people from all over the world discover my work and contact me with comments, and/or inquiries about purchasing. Invariably when I am feeling somewhat despondent about the difficulties of getting my work out into the world an amazing comment arrives in my inbox about how my work has touched someone. These events always leave me feeling humble and grateful that spirit continues to speak through me with images of connection and oneness.
Recently I was contacted by a blogger from India who wanted to interview me for his blog. We were going to do a Skype chat but the time difference made that a little hard. So he sent me his list of questions which I answered and sent back. Here’s a link to that interview. Enjoy!