Organize Your Studio Space

As a visual artist, your studio is a place where creativity should flow freely. A cluttered and disorganized studio can stifle productivity.

Build Your Self-Confidence as an Artist

As an artist and creative entrepreneur, you can be your own greatest advocate. But you can be your worst enemy, too.

The Art of Following Up

Staying in touch with customers and prospective collectors through active follow up is one of the best ways to make art sales.

How I Landed an Interior Design Collaboration

Artist TB Murphy shares how he approached a new marketplace, and became an important partner in the design trade.

Are You Under or Over-Pricing Your Art?

How can you set prices for your art correctly, without over or underestimating the value? Use these tips to get it right every time.

ID.art: Empowering Creativity without Boundaries

ID.art provides a wide array of services for artists to manage, protect and monetize their artwork online.

Maximize Your Art Fair Sales Opportunities

Your presence as the artist at a fair or festival is important, and what you do has a direct effect on sales.

Avoid These Pitfalls That Can Ruin Your Art Sale

As an artist, you’ll always be searching for ways to gain more customers. Avoid these common pitfalls that can lose them.

Artist Storytelling: 10 Content Ideas

Connect more deeply with people by telling stories about the themes and subjects you use in your art and why they matter.

Does Your Price Point Range Fit these Shoppers?

Increase your art sales volume by offering a range of price points for certain occasions and types of customers.

Develop Your Own Signature Style

Does your work stand out, with a recognizable and memorable style that says it’s yours? This article discusses how to develop one.

An Artistic Collaboration

Artists Pamela Goldberg and Sabin Cannon run a studio called Double Exposure. We recently had a conversation on how collaboration works.

Wholesaling as a Business Model

Why do artists choose to wholesale their work? Here are seven reasons why you might want to consider this business model.

Make Your Studio Business Resilient

As a working artist, do you have everything in place to keep your art business sustainable through challenges and difficulties?