From Graphic Artist to Artist

What Happened when “City Girl” Catherine Lange Turned to Nature There was the moment at the Opening Reception when I was leaning against the doorway in between the two galleries, surrounded by my art and seventy-five people, many of whom I didn’t know, who were admiring it. That’s when I felt a lifelong dream had been…

Paul Klein Innovating, Setting Trends at 70

Paul Klein has 93+ videos on his Klein Artist Works YouTube Channel with almost a half a million views. He has another 300 video interviews with artists, curators, art critics and arts leaders, the essence of which were culled into a book, The Art Rules: Wisdom and Guidance from Art World Experts. 500 artists from…

Wilhelmina Parker-Bentum

Women’s History Month Salutes Wilhelmina Parker-Bentum

This month the Executive Diversity Services Blog featured a profile of Wilhelmina Parker-Bentum: (excerpted from the full article, here: http://www.executivediversity.com/2017/03/24/womens-history-month-wilhelmina-parker-bentum-city-berkeley-training-officer/ ) “Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business” is the National Women’s History Month 2017 Theme and there is no one more fitting to spotlight than Wilhelmina Parker-Bentum, Training Officer, City of Berkeley. Over the past…

Efe McWorter Acting Success post-50

Unplanned retirement spawns acting career for Efé

“I call this my Cinderella story,” says Efé McWorter, 69, referring to the time she picked up and drove herself across the country to move to California 10 years ago. While “going to LA to become a movie star” was not her original plan, McWorter, known only as Efé on IMDb, now has 25 credits…

Putting the Social in Social Media for Newbies

“I really have to get on the bandwagon!” is a common lament for business owners, artists or entrepreneurs who are “non-digital natives”–people of an age who didn’t grow up with technology but now need to rely on it to continue to evolve their business. And even when you are ready to dive in, it can…