Creativity in Business
This is the scene in my Children’s Christmas story “Samson’s Gift” where Samson, the ram, is taken to the Marketplace by Tedra, the shepherdess, and her father. On shearing day, Samson hid when he heard the shearers say “Look at the wool on that one….it will bring a fine price”. After the shearers left, Samson “magically” showed up in his beautiful coat of wool. Tedra‘s father, who was initially frustrated that Samson couldn’t be found, had second thoughts about shearing Samson. Instead he decided to use Samson to sell his wool. He was successful!
In this painting, the colorful figures and backgrounds were carefully placed around Samson so he would stand out with his glorious wool.
Please join us for Plains Art Museum’s Art & Business Brunch
Artists as Entrepreneurs
An artist’s work is not typical; it is unique and quite demanding. But what is most important: It’s determined by subjective feelings of recipients and customers. The question then becomes: to what extent economic success and artistic success are determined by talent and personality? And whether innate or acquired entrepreneurial skills and conscious activity in the commercial art world affect the success of the artist?
Steve Revland, Athena LaTocha, Falcon Gott, Sue Legatt, Ellen Jean Diederich & Pasteur Mudende
When: November 11, 2020, 11a – 12:30p
Where: Live on Zoom
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Holiday Open House
November 16-21 11:00am – 6:00pm
Enjoy the beauty of original art!
For Covid-19 –We’re excited to safely welcome guests into my studio. The extended hours are an effort to provide more time for social distancing. We will have Masks at the door and hand sanitizer. I’m offering wonderful specials you won’t want to miss out on.
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