Artist Statements

Writing an artist statement can be one of the most difficult aspects of the process. Often artists may want the work to stand on its own, speak for itself. Often that IS the case. However, in some instances it is important that the artist be able to speak for the art and explain the ideas that are behind it. So… without further ado, here are some links to help you begin to write your statement.

Claremont University Graduate Program – HANDOUT FOR KORB’s Art Class HERE

Art Business.com

Art Study.org

Artist, Emerging

AND

Corcoran Gallery, NYC

Calvin and Hobbes used within Creative Commons License. http://25.media.tumblr.com/8148374b1c769dde1ef263f85ab1f207/tumblr_mm8i1ufWhj1qzaos7o1_400.jpg

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