2022 200 Best
Sunshine Artist magazine, has announced the release of its annual 200 Best, ranking the nation’s most profitable art and craft festivals based on artists’ reported sales in 2021. Click here to view the 2022 200 Best list.
Art Show Reviews Now Online
Sunshine Artist has been adding show reviews to its new website. Click here to read our latest art show reviews.
Promoter Resource Guide
This guide provides details about advertising, event listings, show reviews, the 200 Best, show poster contest, and the Promoter Guild. Read Here.
Show Review of the Month ARToberFEST Galveston
August 2022, by Sunshine Artist Editor
October 16-17, 2021; ARToberFEST, Galveston, TX. Contact: Grand 1894 Opera House, Sarah Piel, 2020 Postoffice St., Galveston, TX 77550; Phone: 409-457-9780; Email: email@example.com; Website…
These Cows Did Come Home
September 2022, by Diane Sulg
Despite her art degree from Michigan State University, Sandy Erickson Wright began her professional career as a flight attendant for Pan American Airlines. She was fortunate to travel the world, fall…
August 2022, by Diane Sulg
Have you ever known an artist whose work is outrageously wonderful? Please meet my friend and artist-extraordinaire, Terrell Powell. I have known Terrell for 20 years, and his brilliant work never…
Life on the Road Blog: Ready to Adapt
September 2022, by Scott Obernberger
One thing every artist and promoter can agree on is that this year, like the two before it, is full of curveballs. Whether it’s the economy and all the difficulties that come with it, the continued…
Life on the Road Blog: Beauty in Many Forms
August 2022, by Scott Obernberger
We are just getting into high gear with show season (remember, we write these a bit in advance of the publication date), and I was reminded recently by fellow artists about the importance and many…
Build Your Booth - Artists Share Display Tips
August 2022, by Angie Landsverk
The more years artists exhibit at art shows, the more experienced they become setting up their booths and making the most of their space. “When I first started, I set my booth in a ‘U’ shape, using…