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.

Is Your Art Priced Correctly?

Are you making money with your art? Or could you be losing out?

Problems Getting Paid? How to Never Get Stiffed Again

Have you run into challenges trying to get paid for your art? Use these strategies to head those problems off now.

How to Build Profitable Relationships with Galleries

Artists and the galleries that represent them both benefit from taking steps to act as partners with each other.

How to Create Successful Art Events

You can take your art event from ordinary to extraordinary on any budget.

5 Ways to Organize Your Art Business (and Avoid Headaches!)

Is your art business organized? Save yourself unnecessary stress by getting organized with these 5 useful tips

Overcoming Wild Card Event Fails

When you found a non-profit collective you wind up being the go-to person for pretty much everything and anything.

Partner with Your Galleries to Sell More Art

People love meeting the artists… so much so that our public calendar now states which artist is representing the gallery on a given day.

Beware of Art Gallery Cash Flow Problems!

A savvy artist protects herself upfront. Before you drop off your work, be sure you have a good contract with the gallery!

Why Virtual Galleries Could Help Shape a Different Future for Artists

Ever-advancing technologies, combined with radical changes in consumer trends and how art collections are curated, could all point the way towards an exciting digital future for creatives.

What is Affordable Art?

What happened when a customer thought a work of great art was out of her reach? A gallery closer tells the story of what is truly “affordable” when a collector falls in love.

What I Learned from Being an Art Gallery Owner

Michael Soltis, an artist who has also owned a gallery, shares his insights and experience.

Want a Solo Art Show – When You’re 90?

There is very little to stop an artist or creative entrepreneur from creating as long as they can hold a tool or push paint onto canvas.

Anatomy of a Call for Artwork

The language of art calls is stilted. Curators, gallery owners, art center administrators and university professors use specific forms.