How to Choose the Right Artist Residency

Artist residencies are dedicated places around the world that offer artists of all disciplines a place to focus on their creative projects away from their usual lives.

How Daily Painting Can Help You Grow as an Artist

Daily painting groups and challenges have been around for a long time. These artists took the practice further, working within themes that created compelling series that expressed their interests and experiences.

Small Business Entrepreneur Thinks Big

People are very receptive to the story behind the product.

Make Your Art More Collectible

Repeat business grows business, and that’s good news to an entrepreneur who has collectible work for sale.

One Word that Can Transform Your Art Business

One of the weaknesses I see quite frequently, especially with beginning artists but also sometimes with very experienced ones, is a lack of focus in their portfolios.

Is Your Art Right for the Corporate Market?

by Carolyn Edlund Considering selling your work to corporate clients? Here’s what you need to know.     The corporate art market offers opportunities for artists to sell their work for display in environments such as office buildings, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, municipal agencies, colleges and universities, senior living facilities, and many other settings. Buyers and decision […]

How Artists Earn: Art-Related Products

Artists may add a much-needed price point spread, or even attract an entirely new audience who are not prospective collectors of original art.

3D Printed Art on the Rise with Artists & Sculptors

by Tracy Leigh Hazzard Here are four artists using 3D Printing in their art or artistic process. You be the judge. Are they Artists or Makers?     Every time I turn around there is a new art tool introduced on the market. My mom, abstract artist RoseMarie Davio’s studio is full of the latest […]

How Artists Can Work with Interior Designers

Artists can build long-term business relationships with designers, but should understand that every designer has as their priority the needs of their customers.

How I Learned to Love Art Commissions

After moving through some deeper self-doubt, I have come to a place of joy working on custom orders.

A Distinctive Body of Work

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

Connecting with a Niche Market

My work has always been to support the journey of those who are in recovery from drugs and alcohol.

How Artists are Using 3D Printing

Artists in a wide variety of mediums are embracing 3D printing and digital fabrication. Why do they use this technology? What does it add to the creative process, and the result? We asked several artists to share their concept and techniques.     Leisa Rich – It is a logical progression for an experimental artist such as I […]

New Technologies for the Studio Artist

The range of print capabilities is growing to include printing in multi-color, and producing pieces that range from being rigid to very elastic.