Your statement should contain only that information you consider most important—to your art and to your goals. Stick to the basics.
Placing fewer, stronger works on the wall can also give the visitor an appetite for more.
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 […]
A signed contract from both parties, the artist and the venue, is a must to make sure every transaction is transparent and both parties are protected from the unforeseen.
That’s what makes wholesale such a great foundation for a business. Instead of having to convince 20 people to buy your thing, you only have to convince one person – the store manager or buyer.
Silence can be your friend, and a great tool to move from the sale to the close.
Designed to entice, this is adding something that makes them say, “Wow, this is great. I want to buy this”.
Open up to the experience of the art event without a thought or expectation of what it should/will be.
It turns out that being interesting is not nearly as important as being interested in what the other person has to say.
As I sit at an art show I rest in the knowledge that I am an art farmer. Each person I connect with, each conversation I have represents raindrops drizzling the field in front of me.
The folks who read your grant application aren’t interested in the state of your marriage or what you had for dinner last night. They want to know about your work, so that’s what you should focus on.