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Frank J Casella

5 Months Ago

New Blog Entry? - Post It Here

If you have been posting in the old thread from Nikolyn, we have been talking that it is getting a bit long, so . . . I invite you to post links to your latest blog entry here. She will share the link to the old discussion thread to keep this all connected.

Also, if you are not blogging on FAA or thinking about doing so, I have updated my blog entry for your information here: https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/the-benefits-of-fineartamerica-blogs.html

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Frank J Casella

5 Months Ago

For the old blog thread --- follow the Pixels link below.

https://pixels.com/showmessages.php?messageid=3292044

 

Bill Swartwout

5 Months Ago

OK - moving new blog post links to this thread.

Yes, as Frank said: Frequent blogging can and does make a difference. However, I post articles on my own sites/blogs because I want Google and Bing to index my content (there is a "noindex" tag on FAA blogs). I also want to include multiple images and influence my own SEO (title tag, description)

My latest article - is my old Baltimore travel site (online since 1999). The article, itself has little to do with art, but there is a link to my Baltimore Collection here at the top of every page (in the main nav menu) throughout the entire site.

Link: Cross Street Market - A modern example of “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” perhaps?

 

Beverly M Collins

5 Months Ago

The link below is my latest "tidbit" blog that is here on Fine Art America. Enjoy.


https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/blue-wonder.html

 

Ernesto Beckford

5 Months Ago

Please see my latest blog, Jack’s Broken Heart. The romantic adventures of a divorced man, as told to his psychologist. The story is illustrated with three of my handmade collages.

https://www.ernestocollage.com/post/brokeheart

 
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5 Months Ago

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5 Months Ago

https://revadcodedimages.wordpress.com/2022/04/01/a-r-t-artweeks-40th-exhibition/

Entered and accepted.

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Katrina Gunn

5 Months Ago

I do respond to requests on my blog:
http://kmgunnart.com/2022/04/25/goat-photos-by-request/

 

Jason Fink

5 Months Ago

Check out my latest photography blog update. Photography topics include Buttermilk Falls, Luke's Falls and the Buck Mountain Creek along the Lehigh Gorge Trail in Weatherly, Pennsylvania.


https://www.jasonfinkphotography.com/042422

 

Katrina Gunn

5 Months Ago

It started out as an internal link roundup, only for me to discover I had left that thought hanging last year. So here are all six of my watercolor flamingo paintings in one spot:
https://kmgunnart.com/2022/04/27/pink-flamingoes/

 

Rick Edward

5 Months Ago

Here's my latest blog entry. I post to my own website for the same reasons Bill does.

https://www.rickberk.com/gallery/shenandoah/

 

Maryse Jansen

5 Months Ago

Ready Set Go by Maryse Jansen

The Double-barred Finch – a Pretty Little Bird
Bird Photography with marysejansenart
Always on high alert

The grass is tall, taller than me and I’m not a shortie! I don’t know the name of this grass but I’ve started nick-naming it Elephant Grass. It grows wildly after a bit of rain. It flowers with large plumes and produces lots and lots of seeds. This is what the Double-barred Finches go crazy on.

Read the full story here: https://marysejansenart.earth/double-barred-finch-a-pretty-little-bird/

 
 

Kathy K McClellan

5 Months Ago

I blog on Our Arts Magazine once a week and then share it on several other sites. Sometimes it's art related and always life related (since all of us have a life!).

This week's post:

https://ourartsmagazine.com/kathykmcclellan/2022/04/28/playing-hooky/

 

Jim Cook

5 Months Ago

I deleted post. Problem sharing link




 
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4 Months Ago

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Louis Dallara

4 Months Ago

Rewriting and added new photograph updates to this post.
https://www.louisdallaraphotography.com/2022/04/30/main-street-lumberton-nj/

 

Alexios Ntounas

4 Months Ago

Now that summer is just around the corner get ready and learn How to Shoot Half Underwater Photos with GoPro

 

Frank J Casella

4 Months Ago

"As you know, Mother's Day is a time to remember the women in our lives who have experienced a child in her womb, born or unborn, or raises a child through adoption, and the important role that a mother plays in society"

My latest blog entry, The Yes Of A Mother, for Mother's Day. Enjoy!

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/the-yes-of-a-mother.html

Frank J Casella, Art Photographer
Blogger on Fine Art America

 
 

Tina Lewis

4 Months Ago

Haven't blogged in ages.
Here's my latest: After Sargent

 

Kathy K McClellan

4 Months Ago

It's Thursday and that means a new post on Kathy From KeppenArt!

https://ourartsmagazine.com/kathykmcclellan/2022/05/05/decisions-decisions/

 

Bill Swartwout

4 Months Ago

OK, So Kathy's post - just reminded me - to post another blog link. I just wrote/posted this article today - as the day progressed. I wanted a large (16x20) print as part of a Mother's Day presentation - and my wife just told me last evening how much she really liked one particular image of one of her favorite pansies.

So, here's the link: Local Printing Sources for Photographs

 

Maryse Jansen

4 Months Ago

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The many great uses of Lomandra longifolia
Wildflower Photography with marysejansenart
The grassy plant also known as Spikey-headed Mat Rush

Lomandra longifolia looks like a simple clump of thick, long grass but there is a lot more to it! The flowers are fascinating in the least!
Read all about it here: https://marysejansenart.earth/the-many-great-uses-of-lomandra-longifolia/

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Steve Henderson

4 Months Ago

New blog: Reality TV.

10-second read. Can't get much shorter than that. Unless it's nine seconds.

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/reality-tv.html

 

Lucia Waterson

9 Days Ago

I posted the answer, in case you are curious

And a new one

 
 

Bill Swartwout

8 Days Ago

This morning I took an interesting shot of my drone silhouetted against the moon - and described what I did in a short blog post.

Link: My Mini and the Moon

 
 

Lucia Waterson

7 Days Ago

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/riddles.html

The answer for the riddle of yesterday :)

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Lucia Waterson

7 Days Ago

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/the-challenge-of-challenges.html

What it usually happens and a request, please.

 
 
 
 

L A Feldstein

5 Days Ago

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/no-matter-how-steep-the-uphill-climb.html

Three women, slowly walking uphill make up this abstract watercolor

 
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Maryse Jansen

4 Days Ago

Lace Monitor by Maryse Jansen

The Lace Monitor – an Impressive Lizard
Wildlife Photography with marysejansenart
Big, Powerful and Beautiful

A rustle in the undergrowth tells me there is ‘something big’ there. That’s always a bit exciting! When you’ve heard it more often you begin to recognize what various animals sound like when they move around. The raking sound of the Brush Turkey sounds very different from the hopping sound of a Kangaroo. The rustle of a slithering snake is distinctly different again. The noise I am hearing right now consists of a continuous rustle, like the slither, but I can also hear footsteps breaking it up. This must be a Goanna, or Lace Monitor! There it emerges from the undergrowth and begins to climb a tree trunk! It’s absolutely an impressive creature!

Read full post here:
https://marysejansenart.earth/the-lace-monitor-an-impressive-lizard/

 

L A Feldstein

4 Days Ago

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/can-you-cut-a-painting-into-pieces-for-an-interesting-effect.html

I cut a painting to pieces and re-arranged it; what do you think?

 
 

L A Feldstein

3 Days Ago

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/from-my-people-collection-the-wrestlers.html

Arm wrestlers and sumo wrestlers in one painting

 
 
 

Lucia Waterson

2 Days Ago

https://ourartsmagazine.com/artofnature/2022/09/24/the-perception-of-color-and-age/

The perception of color and age: If you are blessed with an elderly person living with you.

 

New post in my Karavella Atelier, Paintings from Portugal blog.

https://catsofkaravella.wordpress.com/2022/09/24/watercolor-paintings-about-portugal/

 

Tatiana Travelways

1 Day Ago

I updated my post on Challis Idaho with my new photo uploaded today to FAA:

https://www.travelways.com/challis-idaho-a-quiet-historic-town/

Your Likes and (nice) Comments are welcome - Thank you! :)

 

L A Feldstein

1 Day Ago

I don't usually paint people, but this old photo caught my eye. Teenage Attitude circa 1965

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/teenage-attitude-circa-1965.html

 

Gaby Ethington

1 Day Ago

Sunday Photo-Scripture and Mini-Devo Blog

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/mercy-peace-and-love.html

 
 
 

Lucia Waterson

3 Hours Ago

https://fineartamerica.com/blogs/riddles.html

A new riddle!
It has to do with a window, so that's why I post my latest window artwork, thank you!

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/strawberry-windows-forever-lucia-waterson.html
Art Prints

 

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