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Archive for March, 2017

Artist Refining Her Talent – Marie Betis

Marie Betis


I work as a web developer and I’m willing to share my knowledge and help others build beautiful/user friendly websites.

Artistic styles include –


You can find me on Instagram to see the pictures I take, I try to be pretty active there.

These are some of her pieces for your pleasure:






Meet Artist Alycia Helbling and Her Masterpeices

Alycia Helbling


Artistic styles include –

Drawing/Painting/Photography and more

What does art mean to you? –

I cannot escape creating. I cannot avoid it. It is an urge, a grounding, a necessity.

These are some of her pieces form her portfolios here.






Favorite Author Groups on Google+

This is the first post in a series on Google Plus and Facebook groups dedicated to writers and photographers. Here you will be introduced to several online, social groups that can benefit their members in a number of ways.

First up Google Plus author groups

Blog Writers United

Guest Bloggers

I’m A Blogger!

Promote Your Blog


Writers of Google+

Writers’ Blogs

Writers’ Discussion


Writing Resources




Profiling Artist Anna Lyle and Her Unique Pieces

Anna Lyle


Full-time architect and part-time artist.

Artistic styles include –


What does art mean to you? –

I love making for people watching them light up. Art/design can have such a positive effect on people and really change someone’s quality of life.

These are some of her pieces and can be purchased here.

So It Goes



Barely - Anna Lyle.JPG



Mid-Day Herbal



What to do with those old film cases

Is it time you decided to put away that old film camera and go all digital? If so, good for you. It will open up a whole world of new and exciting possibilities. As a silly little article that might help to ease in this switch.

5 things do do with those old film roll cases.


  1. Use them as a pill keeper.
  2. Make them work as a stand for toothpicks.
  3. Cut the top and bottom off and make a napkin ring.
  4. Keep them in your pocket for something to fidget with.
  5. Store your change.

Easy Way To Put Your Art in Virtual Reality

Unless you’ve been living off the gird or under a rock for the last half decade or so, you have undoubtedly heard of the blogging platform Tumblr. After all, it is one of the most used sites in the world.

And in the last year or so, the idea of virtual reality has really been taking off with the introduction of wearable headgear for games and applications.

What if I told you that you can now combine the two, with virtually no tech skills, to promote your artworks? Here’s how:

Step 1

If you don’t already have a Tumblr account, sign up and get started on a blog to show off your creative efforts.

Step 2

Once you have one in place, use your Tumblr page address after this in an address bar – So, if your site is (little plug, lol) the address will be

Step 3

Click the VR google link in the bottom right corner and you’re all set to view your blog in full virtual reality!

No only is this really interesting but also a good promotional feature for any artsy person.




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