New York, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2010
OutArtists.com will now index articles by out LGBT artists. The site, a national directory of LGBT visual artists, is seeking submissions by designers, painters, photographers, printmakers, sculptors, illustrators and all other LGBT visual artists. Articles should address any aspect of the art business, from creation and inspiration to how to self promote to how to run a small business as an artist.
"The current members wanted more value added to the site," explains Michael Zuyus, founder of OutArtists.com. "Now I am giving LGBT artists the opportunity to not only self promote but to share their knowledge and experiences with others. Maybe you want to write about a special technique you know about, a struggle you’ve overcome. The OutArtists article database will now be your trusted platform.”
There are many blogs out on the web today run by LGBT artists. It's easy to see how their valuable content gets lost in the mix and goes undiscovered. OutArtists hopes to attract the valuable knowledge, experience and insight these artists have and showcase it in one prominent place.
"It is my hope that the articles featured on the site will inspire other LGBT artists to pursue their passions." explains Zuyus.
OutArtists expects to unveil its new site featuring articles by artists sometime in August, 2010. LGBT artists interested in having their writing featured on the site, can submit their article at http://www.outartists.com/contact.
To become a member of outartists.com, browse art created by LGBT artists, or submit an article visit http://outartists.com/
OutArtists.com is the first and finest directory dedicated to promoting LGBT artists. This LGBT art directory provides profiles of LGBT artists, displays their artwork, and provides information on LGBT-themed art galleries and shops. Profiles are searchable by name, category or state. OutArtists provides a link to the artist’s website and bio, and the ability to upload unlimited images. OutArtists charges no commission, leaving control and communication with visitors in the hands of the individual artists.