How Artists Earn: Art Commissions

Taking commissions isn’t for everyone; it requires a mindset where the artist is excited about the collaborative effort involved in producing a personalized piece of art.

How Artists Earn: Art Licensing

Artists who license clearly benefit from multiple contractual agreements, each one producing a stream of income.

3 Art Portfolio Mistakes to Avoid

It can be challenging to select work for a portfolio presentation that will make maximum impact and be memorable.

Are You Consigning Art Without a Contract?

Are you currently consigning your work, or thinking about doing so? Read this first.

An Artist in Transition

“This is the story of a lot of artists,” says Dayal, “they are always on fire. But I am like a phoenix rising from the ashes.”

How I Got My Art Placed on TV and Movie Sets

Artist Vineta Cook is a contemporary abstract photographer and painter with roots in abstract expressionism. Her artwork has frequently been sourced for television and movie sets.

A Deaf Artist Offers Inspiration

Chelle DeStefano is an Australian artist. She also happens to be deaf, but has found ways to move beyond her disability to pursue her dreams.

Art as a Healing Force for Recovery

To support the recovery community, artist Dena Leibowitz developed a line of greeting cards using her designs.

An Added Dimension: Interactive Art

Through my Interactive Art Series called “Re-Create” I am inviting the viewer to become a participant and to physically engage and create the composition of their liking.

A Talented Artist Builds a Big Business

Artist Roza Khaminova’s collection of scarves and wearables has exploded in popularity. How has she dealt with scaling her business and dealing with knockoffs?

Unexpected Opportunity Leads to Online Teaching

Pastel Artists UK spawned “The Pastel Academy Online” which is enabling me to put down the much needed information into course form.

Artists in San Francisco Join Forces to Reverse the Whiteout of Arts and Culture

We formed the Cultural Space Coalition as a way to help connect groups and individuals who are working to reverse the trend of disappearing cultural spaces.

Serious about Art Marketing – Part 2

She knew that she would be using social media and email marketing, as well as direct mail to reach out to her followers and her list several times before the event began

Serious about Art Marketing – Part 1

First, by ‘unveiling’ a preview of the show to my mailing list, it offers a bit of insider treatment to my contacts and hopefully creates some interest.