FineArtAmerica Review: Free Online Artist Portfolio

Free Online Artist Portfolios: Part Five
Today I will be reviewing the 1st of six of the free online portfolio sites that I have to sign up for: FineArtAmerica.

MyArtSpace Review: Free Online Artist Portfolio

Free Online Artist Portfolios: Part Four
I signed up with MyArtSpace in 2006 or 2007. It’s a lovely space, with a very professional look. I’m probably more fond of MyArtSpace than I should be, because it’s really buggy.

Saatchi Online Review: Free Online Artist Portfolio

Free Online Artist Portfolios: Part Three
I signed up with Saatchi Online almost as soon as they started offering free online portfolios in 2006.

AbsoluteArts.com Review: Free Online Artist Portfolio

Free Online Artist Portfolios: Part Two
I signed up with AbsoluteArts.com in 2003. They send out a newsletter not quite once a month, reminding me occasionally that I have a portfolio there.

New Abstract Painting: My Alien Friend

"My Alien Friend" | Oil on Canvas | 6"x6" | © 2008 Marilyn Fenn

d-ART: Review of Free Online Artist Portfolio Site

Part One of a Ten-Part Series on Free Online Artist Portfolio Sites.
d-ART was an early entrant into the rash of sites offering free online artist portfolios.

New Abstract Painting: Planet’s Edge

"Planet's Edge" | Acrylic on Canvas Paper, mounted on cradled Masonite | 6"x6" | © 2008 Marilyn Fenn

Ten Free Online Artist Portfolio Sites

Are you an artist with a body of work you’re ready to display online, but you're not yet ready to make the financial commitment for a custom-designed website? Or are you looking at increasing your online presence as an artist in addition to your custom artist’s website? Over the next ten weeks I will be reviewing ten online artist portfolio sites where you can show your work.

RIP: Ray Yoshida, Painter and Teacher

I just learned that Ray Yoshida, one of the Chicago Imagists and one of my painting teachers at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, passed away this week.

I'm sad and very nearly speechless.

I Could Have Been a Nuclear Engineer!

At least, that was the top occupational match for me yesterday in an occupational skills test I took online at O*NET OnLine. Whodda thunk? Well, here's the thing I have to wonder, does everyone show up as a potential nuclear engineer?
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Gallery of Recent Paintings

Color Mini 2015-010 - Oil on Canvas - 6 x 6 - © 2015 Marilyn Fenn Untitled 2015-024 - Oil on Canvas - 8 x 8 - © 2015 Marilyn Fenn Composition Number 6, 2013 - Acrylic on panel - 8 x 8 - © 2013 Marilyn Fenn Composition Number 5, 2013 - Acrylic on panel - 12 x 9 - © 2013 Marilyn Fenn