I help art and design businesses to develop and delight their audiences by putting their beautiful products to well-crafted words.
My approach puts the evocative, but often complex, language of art writing into layman's terms. This aims to improve the accessibility of art and design. It inspires existing audiences. It attracts a broad range of new customers. Artists find it a refreshing and valuable way to interpret their work.
Clients range from individual artists to commercial galleries, and furniture retailers.
I am an experienced writer, arts marketer and maker, and so understand art and design businesses – from the first flash of inspiration through to hanging a piece on your customer’s wall.
My creative background means that my writing offers expertise and authenticity which counteracts many ideas of pushy sales-driven ‘marketing copy’. I write for a broad range of purposes, from few-thousand-word art history articles to punchy product descriptions.
A round-up of 10 crafts activities that are suitable to do with a toddler. They are all great ways to explore the theme of 'Mother's Day' and can be used as gifts. With summaries and links to full instructions. | Read More →Words: 598 Downloads: 0 Category: Holidays By: Rebecca Hardy Wombell
A guide on how to find your perfect art class. If you're thinking of starting a new art class, finding the right way to learn can be daunting. With four key questions to ask to help narrow down your search, practical ideas and helpful pointers, this article aims to make the process a bit easier and help you find a class that will be rewarding and fun. Written by a qualified artist who has researched and taken a LOT of art classes! | Read More →Words: 977 Downloads: 0 Category: Visual Arts By: Rebecca Hardy Wombell
Restrictions due to the pandemic may mean that many people are avoiding visiting their local culture and heritage attractions. With a little planning, these venues can offer a great day out even in these challenging times. This article refers to UK attractions and guidance and aims to encourage readers, including non-traditional arts audiences, to consider a visit to their local galleries and museums depending on regional lockdown restrictions. It offers high-quality online resources if a physical visit is not possible or preferred. | Read More →Words: 532 Downloads: 0 Category: Leisure By: Rebecca Hardy Wombell
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