Editorial Policy

Sustain The Art provides ideas, explanations, and “how to…” articles, related to art and crafts supplies, aiming at assisting those who are interested in creating something new with old or unused materials. We mainly cover, but is not limited to, how to utilise watercolor, acrylic, oil painting, and how to do prints.

Original Content Process

The content published at Sustain The Art is original content, and all topics are determined by our staff. Our content may link to other reliable sources including art professionals and enthusiasts. Every original article is reviewed by our editorial staff. The content will be produced in accordance with our Original Content Process and no third party will have any control over the content. This attribution is not intended to reflect any change in the editorial nature of the content. Each completed article to be published is reviewed by and approved by Sustain The Art. The article is next reviewed by an Editorial editor who edits it for style, flow, punctuation and readability. Finally, the article moves from editing to publishing to the site. Sustain The Art may publish sponsored content as deemed appropriate and we will only accept sponsored content which is congruent with other content on our website.

Ethical Behaviour

It is important for us to transmit enough information so you can make your own decisions on how to proceed with different materials used for crafts, arts, and DIY projects. We will always aim at giving you as many options and alternatives as we can to always discuss sustainability, reusing, and alternative uses of arts and craft materials.

All works should be free from fraud, falsification and plagiarism.

Photographs and Illustrations

All photography and illustrations, unless stated otherwise, are either licensed with Creative Commons, or are original artworks.

Our life is frittered away by detail…Simplify, simplify, simplify! Simplicity of life and elevation of purpose.

Henry Thoreau