When a gallery or retailer is invested in your concept, and your work, there are quite a few ways to work together.
When I walked into work that day and saw this immensely beautiful Miro diptych on the main wall of the gallery, my heart started racing.
Running a gallery is very much like creating art. You start with a vision and as you progress, the vision changes and evolves.
Who we are looking for: Talented Artists, Driven personalities, Inspirational Visionaries. Respectful Humans, people with a love of art, creativity, and common sense. Most of all artists who want to work with other artists to succeed.
In Part One of her interview with Artsy Shark, Suzanne Connors of SaxArt Gallery in North Carolina speaks frankly about challenges that art galleries face and what artists must know to work with galleries for mutual success.
Is it pure luck when an artist sells every piece in a particular show?
In order to help build and develop their artistic resume,’ artists will find it necessary to enter juried art competitions on a regular basis. By entering and being accepted into juried art competitions, this then becomes a “third party” endorsement of the artist’s skill and artistic talents.
Painter Bill Werle explores the world of nature with his brush, and presents his wildlife portfolio. He discusses his life’s journey and realization that he needed to pursue his passion for art full time.
In Part 1 of her guest blog on Artsy Shark, Rhonda Schaller discusses alternative methods of exhibition, alternative spaces, and exhibition models, plus a business plan exercise.
The latest updates on Artsy Shark’s featured artists from the past six months. Exhibitions, commissions and volunteerism.
An update on Artsy Shark’s Featured Artists. Includes shows, career moves and volunteerism.
Lucia Cullinane, an Irish artist, presents her colorful and charming portfolio of paintings. She discusses her life and inspiration.