I finally did it!
Last week I took a leap of faith and left The Home Depot in search of the great beyond. I am very thankful for my Home Depot family, the career development I received there, as well as all the things I learned about content strategy, SEO, marketing and business. Now it’s time to take what I’ve learned and apply it to my own freelancing business.
If you need any of the following, you’ve come to the right place:
- Ground-up content strategy, ideation, topic generation
- Editorial calendar build-outs
- Keyword research
- Front end SEO and marketing copy
- Backend SEO page titles and meta descriptions
- Blog content
- Case studies
- White papers
- News articles
- Press releases
- Email marketing content
- Social media content
- B2B marketing
I’m active seeking freelance, part time and contract work. To view examples of my work, please visit my Writing Samples page. For inquiries, please email email@example.com.
After creating David Bowie and Joan Jett in my Rockstar series, I decided that a Debbie Harry painting was the next logical step. I started a few weeks ago sketching it out and doing the first few layers. Then I found a slow weekend and the view of the fall leaves outside the art room window made it perfect for a few sessions.
Love November in Atlanta.
After spending a total of 14 hours on the piece, I finished her this afternoon. Meet Debbie:
“Debbie” 18×24, Acrylic. For sale, email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
Felt good getting my brushes back out. Next in the series is Freddie Mercury. Check back for updates and if you haven’t yet, “like” Sarah Kellner Art on Facebook and “follow” me on Twitter!
A lot of updating has been going on my site lately!
If you check out the tabs at the top, you’ll see that I’ve added sections for my resume, writing samples, and I’ve finally updated my different gallery pages.
I’ve got images from SCAD logo projects, figure drawing assignments employing chiaroscuro, and even weird stream-of-consciousness drawings from my Moleskine in the Sketches & Scribbles section. Check them out!
I’ve also got another announcement:
I am no longer a resident artist at gallery1526. My contract has expired and I’ve decided not to renew. However, this means that I can now take a much-needed hiatus from gallery work and commissions to do some more experimenting with mixed media, collage and new subject matter.
Keep an eye out for in-progress images, surveys and summer contests all right here. I’ll also soon be adding an e-Commerce section where you can buy my prints online!
As always, be sure to “like” Sarah Kellner Art on Facebook, and follow me on Twitter!