I’ve been using Artwork Archive for a few months now. It’s an artist’s tool that helps me keep track of the business of making and selling my art. Below is a link to my public profile which informs viewers about artwork availability, exhibitions, and costs.
Unexpected Garden has been accepted to the Scarab Club’s Gold Medal Exhibition!
I’m very excited to have this painting selected by juror Mario Moore to be included in this group exhibition. The Scarab Club was founded by a group of artists in 1907. It has a rich history, for which I’d love to be a part of, starting with this exhibit.
Follow the link to read more about the artist/painter Mario Moore and the tradition of the Gold Medal Exhibit. Hope to see you at the opening.
Saturday, November 16th, 4-9pm, Art Exhibit, @ Pagan Pathways Temple, 28736 John R., Madison Heights, MI
This is a one day art show that features the art of Mark Barrera, Jonathon Bowen, Steven Gamburd, Dominique Alisha Luchow and Steve Miller.
The five artists display new work on canvas depicting the natural world’s elusive aspects, either outside our windows or viewed by our mind’s eye. DJ Candle-Ends will be providing an atmospheric soundscape.
This is a NO Cover event. Snacks and beverages provided.About the Venue
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My painting ‘Ben Jamin’ is a part of Royal Oak’s Art Explored public art program, and C&G News wrote an article about it. Here’s a link to that article.
Here’s your guide to the new public art around downtown Royal Oak.
Aug 20, 2019 12:03 pm ET | Updated Aug 20, 2019 12:46 pm ET
ROYAL OAK — Royal Oak artist Steve Miller recently received the Corinne Maillard Robinson Award and $250 for his submission to the 2019 Michigan Fine Arts Competition, which is held by the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center.By: Sarah Wojcik | Royal Oak Review | Published July 9, 2019
Gotta love Varnish Day!
Here’s an easy thing to do. Visit https://www.canvaspontiac.com/2019-handcraft and look at all the artwork submitted to this years handcrafted category of Canvas Pontiac. Click the heart on any entry you feel the love for. I hope you will select my painting Electric Pole as one of your favorite.
I believe this is a juried competition, but the first stage looks like it’s also a popularity contest. So, if you don’t mind sharing with your buds, I hope to see my painting on the side of a building in downtown Pontiac again this year.
Thanks for your support. – sm
The MFAC opening was really fun this past Friday. Thanks to everyone who came out to see the show. I was awarded the Corinne Maillard Robinson Award. What a great surprise. Thanks to the juror Jerald Melberg and the BBAC for this recognition.