Interviewed for My Artwork!
I’ve recently been interviewed by Voyage Dallas. So pleased that the asked me to share my art and thoughts about art! http://voyagedallas.com/interview/art-life-sharon-ocallaghan-shero/
All You Wanted to Know About Color Theory
I thought this was one of the better Color Theory Infographics, so am sharing!
DIY Websites & Online Portfolios for Artists Workshop
On April 23, I will be offering a 3-hour “Web Presence” workshop for artists at the Creative Arts Center from 6:30-9:30. My course provides an all around understanding of how to get your artist’s profile on the web. I will be discussing easy-peasy portfolio sites through more complex, but still DIY, website platforms and much more. If you’re an […]
Although the title may suggest that this post is about last summer’s trip to China, in reality, that just didn’t happen. Instead I’m discoursing about my First Monday visit to Canton, Texas, albeit occurring on a Friday afternoon. The little, lethargic town of Canton awakens into a bustling, humongous flea market that persists for 4 […]
One-Day Social Media Workshop at the CAC
I will be offering a 3-hour Social Media workshop for artists at the Creative Arts Center on June 11, from 6:30-9:30. Follow this link to sign-up. My goal is to make this left-brain stuff easy to understand and a fun experience. Hope to see you there!
A Successful Web Workshop!
After inviting a few artist friends to act as my seminar focus group, and much revamping of my presentation after receiving their insights, I was ready for showtime! We had a turn-out of approximately 20 people who braved this left-brain presentation on DIY web presence for artists. The theatre had a much greater capacity, so […]
And Now for Something Completely Different!
On April 12, I will be leading the inaugaral “Business of Art” workshops, with my “Creating an Online Presence: Exploring Virtual Portfolios and Artist-Friendly Websites” lecture for the combined forces of Dallas’ Creative Arts Center, the McKinney Avenue Contemporary, and DADA (the Dallas Art Dealers Association). Wow! That’s a lot of entities and titles, isn’t […]
The Ice Storm Cometh!
In the wee hours of Friday morning, December 6, a bristling storm galloped breathlessly through Dallas. This ill-tempered weather would have been acceptable–even losing power would have been tolerated–but darn if a couple of our tree limbs didn’t fall from the sky and land on power, land, and cable/internet lines. We love our trees. They’re […]