"Legacy" featured in Alyson Stanfield's Artbizblog.

Boasting yet another great big proud smile: Legacy is featured on Alyson Stanfield's Artbiz blog and in her Art Marketing Action newsletter.
Thank you very much for the honour and the real-time fab feeling.

Alyson is an artist advocate, an approachable art-marketing consultant and the author of the successful ( in my case well-read and earmarked) "I'd rather be in the studio".
(If you don't have a copy. Easy fix: available directly through Artbizcoach.com or Amazon. I doubt any artist in possession of this "must" will willingly sell their copy !)


When you have a moment (and if you haven't done so already) check out Alyson's blog here http://www.artbizblog.com/.
Highly recommendable.

Comments

Laure Ferlita said…
Congrats, Sheona, I saw you're work yesterday on Alyson's ezine and thought "I know that artist!"

Well done!
Congratulation Sheona and boy does it look good :))
Sharon Guy said…
Wonderful, expressive drawings. Pencil is a great medium for equine art.
Thanks for letting me share your work with others, Sheona. I very much appreciate your recommendation.
Thank you Laure and Elizabeth. the great subject helps with the wow factor...all credit has to go to the stallions good looks!
Hello Sharon welcome to Black on Grey on White. Pencils are just the best and versatile with very few boundaries.
Alyson it was my pleasure. A hearty thank you for stopping by.
Thank you Laure and Elizabeth. the great subject helps with the wow factor...all credit has to go to the stallions good looks!
Hello Sharon welcome to Black on Grey on White. Pencils are just the best and versatile with very few boundaries.
Alyson it was my pleasure. A hearty thank you for stopping by.

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