The challenge of art publishing is to keep up with the methods of distribution to get that art from you, the artist, to the end user who acquires your creation and grows to love it.
The average life span of an image in the marketplace is much shorter than it was in the distant 20th Century.
A rundown of the most-read articles ever on Artsy Shark, by category. Plus, the top 6 most-visited Featured Artist pages.
As an artist, you are free to pursue your craft in the manner of your choosing. But the business side of the art world is no different than many others – timing plays a big part in things.
As long as you go into art publishing with clear expectations, I don’t think you will be disappointed with your experience, especially if you work with a top art publisher.
“Art publishing is a trend-driven business, thus we are continually analyzing and re-evaluating what themes and styles are selling, what wall décor formats are selling, and what available technologies we should be utilizing to create our products efficiently.”
Countdown of the top ten most-read articles on Artsy Shark in 2010. Includes articles on galleries, art licensing, art publishing, greeting cards, websites and strategies.
Giesla Hoelscher, a Minnesota native, has launched a line of photo collages relating to cities, universities and personal histories. She discusses her marketing strategies.
Jan Weiss, author of ebook “The CoExistence of Art and Money” presents an excerpt from the book which discusses art publishing and artists self-publishing their work.
Harriet Rinehart of Bentley Publishing Group talks about the art publishing world. She searches for new artists to license their work to this art publisher, and tells how to submit, what they are looking for, what colors are popular and how the business works.