My Artist Blog Index

Artist Blog Index

I don’t write that many blog posts because I’m busy painting or sharing my art everywhere. So, I try to make every post that I write count. Here is the index to my artist blog posts:

New Blog Posts

Starting Your Own Art Collection

Benefits of Buying Art Directly from the Artist

How to Write a Constructive Art Critique

Common Misconceptions About Buying Art

Editor’s Choice

Artist Statement by Teresa Bernard

Small Paintings for Small Spaces

Visual Art in Bible Scripture

Most Popular

Using a Grid to Enlarge and Transfer an Image to Canvas

Making and Using a Viewfinder to Compose Better Paintings

Artist Blog Index

Below is an index of my blog posts. I have them broken up into categories to make it easier to find the topic you’re looking for.

About the Artist

Artist Interview — I was interviewed by a college student for a class assignment; he received an “A”.

Artist Statement by Teresa Bernard — I’m told every professional artist needs an artist statement; this one is mine.

My Oil Paintings Index — This is a visual reference to just about every oil painting I’ve ever created.

Appreciating Art

Decorating Your Home with Fine Art

Everyone Loves Wildlife Art

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions About My Art

Sunset Paintings, Why I Love Them

Taking Good Care of Your Oil Paintings

Visual Art in Bible Scripture

What is Art Appreciation?

What is Fine Art?

Art Critiques

How to Write a Constructive Art Critique

Art Critique: Still Life with Fruit and Candle, written by Boykin Reid

Artwork Critique: Sunflower from Behind, written by Camry Dalton

Fine Art Critique: Currituck Beach Lighthouse, written by Tomeka Carrera

Oil Painting Critique: Monument Valley, written by Maverick Camden

Painting Critique: Along The Intracoastal Waterway, written by Brita Wilde

Art Reviews

Art Review: Fall Pumpkins and a Wagon Wheel, written by Aria Wildwood

Artwork Review: Song of The Trees, written by Helena Lysander

Fine Art Review: Sea of Galilee at Capernaum, written by Marcus Zephyr

Oil Painting Art Critique: Boat Fenders, written by Elias Thorne

Oil Painting Art Review: The Study, written by Elowyn Sylvan

Creating Art

A Painting in The Making — A post about my oil painting process from beginning to end.

Developing An Artistic Style of Your Own

DIY Storage for Fine Art Paintings — I designed a simple “do-it-yourself” solution for storing fine my art creations.

Making and Using a Viewfinder to Compose Better Paintings

The Importance of Varnishing Oil Paintings

Three Types of Oil Painting Canvas

Using a Grid to Enlarge and Transfer an Image to Canvas

Painting Series

Adventures in Africa Series

Life in Texas Series

Shopping For Art

Affordable Oil Paintings on Canvas

Benefits of Buying Art Directly from the Artist

Buying Oil Paintings as an Investment

Choosing the Perfect Oil Painting for Your Home or Office

Common Misconceptions About Buying Art

Small Paintings for Small Spaces

Southwest Paintings NOT By Teresa Bernard

Starting Your Own Art Collection

You May Also Like

FROM THE EDITORS: We hope you enjoyed this blog index and found it’s information to be useful. We’re sure you’ll enjoy the paintings below too. For more information and details, click or tap the thumbnail link.

moon oil paintings
Fly Me To The Moon
(2020)
9″ w x 12″ h
still life art
Great-Grandma’s Sewing Thread #1 (2021) 6″ w x 6″ h
log cabin art
Log Cabin in the Autumn Woods (2021)
9″ w x 12″ h

Art Gallery Quick Links

Flowers     |     Landscapes     |     Marine     |     People

Space Art     |     Still Life     |     Wildlife

Art Glossary Quick Links

A glossary of common art terms and definitions.

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Feedback From You

I receive feedback from fans all around the world, and I thought you might enjoy reading their comments. The remarks I receive come from admirers of my art, gallery owners, art teachers, students of the arts, and those who aspire to be artists one day. Take a look at what they have to say by clicking the links below.

Feedback from:

Satisfied Customers

Art Teachers and Art Students

Fellow Artists and Art Galleries

Fans Around the World

Friends Across America

It’s always exciting to hear from fans and admirers of my oil paintings. I’d love to hear from you too! Feel free to send me your feedback. Thanks!

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