Have you ever received criticism that was hard to take, yet has made a major change in the way you approach your studio work?
My sales were slow. They dragged. Shoppers looked, and didn’t understand what to do with what I made.
For many people who have reached their goals and been blessed with success, gratification comes not through more conquest, but through helping others.
Modern digital “point-and-shoot” cameras are a miracle of technology…But digital cameras are not perfect. If you want quality photographs of your art, expect to invest a little time learning how to use your digital camera effectively.
This was the very first time I began to sell my work and to develop a collection. It was the beginning.
I spend at least 50% of my time researching new clients and opportunities, marketing and doing administrative work for my art business.
In my estimation, about 80% of artists are “in the pack” and struggling to break out
Putting all of your faith in someone else who will pull the strings and make things happen is a kind of magical thinking.
Being centered and aligned with your resources, lining up the right amount of support, confidence, and happiness in your process and target market is key to planning a move forward and staying the course.
Where in the world would YOU travel to make art? If you had no obligations, If you had enough money to live for six months, If you could travel anywhere that would inspire you, where would you go?
From first concept through end sale, here is how one entrepreneur created a line of greeting cards.
Art Schools top the list of institutions with the most deeply in-debt students.
That moment of clarity. A sudden realization, a point where everything clicks. It may change your life.