When a person is looking at our artwork, we suddenly don’t know how to behave. We don’t trust our “natural” instincts.
Information can be visual, through the use of in situ photos, where seeing the size and impact of your art helps the shopper imagine owning your work.
Now, The Arts Business Institute has launched a new series of online courses called Wholesale Academy.
by guest blogger Clara Lieu This art professor is launching a new project that offers online teaching for visual artists – free for people of all ages. Here is her idea. I am a visual artist and adjunct professor at the Rhode Island School of Design where I have taught for the past decade. For the past […]
Using print collateral in your small creative business is a good strategy to enhance your art marketing efforts.
Our new gallery website is a robust e-commerce platform where we are presenting and selling the work of selected artists who have been previously featured on the Artsy Shark website.
Some artists have an agent who tries to make these connections for them, but she did this herself.
Have you ever received criticism that was hard to take, yet has made a major change in the way you approach your studio work?
Can a video that shows your studio practice in an emotionally compelling way communicate what you do effectively and build the value of your work too?
There is much to be said for coming face-to-face with the public once in a while.
Probably my most successful attempt at exposure so far was responding to a news report.
This unique spin on photography that uses the nude human body, whimsy and themes is a strong pull for the customer, and has served Allan Teger well for over 40 years