The Lay of the Landscape

Landscape by Bernie Marks

Artsy Shark celebrates the diversity of styles, colors and ideas that our artist friends use in their own interpretations of this popular theme.

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Everything Artists Need to Know about Email Marketing

Artsy Shark Success Guide to Email Marketing for Artists

The course is over 130pages long, with five videos, self-evaluations and checklists. We’ve also included tons of bonus materials that will help you get your own email marketing program launched easily.

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10 Website Mistakes that Kill Your Art Sales

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A confused customer won’t buy; avoid that problem by providing all the details about becoming a collector of your art.

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Build Your Opportunities Through Commitment

Ripples on Pond

Commit yourself to a level of professionalism in everything connected with your business as an artist. Set your bar to a high level and live there.

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The Art of Color

A Bird in the Hand

Enjoy this photo article as artist friends share their work and talk about the importance of color in their art.

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Opportunities for Artists Who Wholesale

Trade Show Floor

The American Made Show presents a marketplace drawing members of the trade, and all types of buyers for handmade goods.

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5 Essential Steps to Cultivate Online Art Buyers

Cultivating Online Art Buyers

You are not truly a visible business without a fully engaged website.

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Representing Artists to the Corporate Market

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“Artists don’t want to go out and sell themselves,” said Murray. “They want you to go out there for them, make the sale.”

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Should You Quit Your Day Job?

Vision, Plan, Success,Strategy

There are many ways to earn money as a self-employed artist. Just be sure that you understand clearly that as an entrepreneur, you are in sales, plain and simple.

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Taking Art to the Mass Market

Art area rug

The Artwork Factory sells through three channels: retail to the public through online sales, wholesale to large retailers and smaller independent stores, and to the trade, working mostly with interior designers

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The Nature of Art

Vitally Important II

Artsy Shark celebrates the love of nature by sharing works by our artist friends, and their inspiration.

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Why People Buy Art

How do YOU stand out?

Many times people don’t truly know what they want as far as buying art. They appreciate receiving recommendations.

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Are You Panicked About a Drop in Art Sales?

Are you panicked about a drop in your sales?

The truth is that no matter what industry you are in, change happens – and you can’t stop it. You have to deal with it.

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Are You at a Loss for Words?

At a Loss for Words?

Divide your emails into one of two categories: informational or promotional with emphasis on mostly informational.

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