How to describe your artwork in English

How to describe your artwork in English

Talking about art can be a challenge for anyone. There’s a lot of specialized vocabulary and sometimes it can be difficult to put our vision into words. Even native speakers struggle with this, so it’s especially hard for non-native speaking artists. To...
Success Stories: Learning to Participate

Success Stories: Learning to Participate

In these posts, I want to share the stories of my past students and clients. I’m very proud of their accomplishments, and I think their successes reflect my skills as a teacher and coach. I hope these stories will paint a clearer picture of my goals for Artglish...
How to speak with confidence

How to speak with confidence

The number one problem that my clients have with public speaking is a lack of confidence. Over and over again, I hear the same concerns. Everyone thinks they are too shy to present and that everyone else feels more confident than they do. Sometimes, this is true. Some...
How to write a great About page

How to write a great About page

I look at a lot of About pages on artist and designer websites, and there’s one big problem that I see over and over again. Many people seem to think that an About page and a bio are the same thing. I’m here to tell you that they’re not the same,...
Success Stories: Problems with meetings

Success Stories: Problems with meetings

In these posts, I want to share the stories of my past students and clients. I’m very proud of their accomplishments, and I think their successes reflect my skills as a teacher and coach. I hope these stories will paint a clearer picture of my goals for Artglish...
Friday Live!

Friday Live!

On Fridays, we go live! Today, I’m talking about my new online course, Queen of Critique | King of Conversation, that we discussed on Video Monday.  If you missed that video, watch it here. Tune in to Facebook at 12:00pm Central Time every Friday to watch. We’ll...