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Remember as a kid, how you would create art work at preschool? And you would be so proud of it and your parents would hang it up on the fridge where everyone could admire it? How come we don’t do that anymore?
I realize some people DO grow up to be artists for a living but most of us don’t. We all started with a creative side and we all have an inner artist and whether it provides income or not, we should all still be creating and be proud of our art.
Lately Blurb is encouraging artists with their new video series spotlighting little known artists from around the world. I am sharing this with you because I was struck by the beauty of Mostafa Keyhani’s art. I love that he captures real life scenes with an Impressionist style and lots of texture. While his paintings fetch high prices in galleries across the United States and Canada, his self-published books give each of his fans a chance to own his art. This two minute video gives a glimpse into his creative process:
Whether you’re a professional artist, just create for fun, or you have a box of old drawings from Kindergarten, Blurb can help you self-publish your pieces and share your art with the world.
Right now, new customers can save 25% off their first purchase through June 23, 2014 with code INTRO.
Also through June 23, 2014, returning customers can save 15% off orders of $50 or more with code 4ALL.
What will you create with Blurb books?