Do you ever feel stuck for ways to blog, post, tweet, and share about your art? If so, keep reading, because today I’m. . . read more
Is getting your art into a gallery the RIGHT choice for you? These days, many artists aren’t represented by galleries. Of. . . read more
In today's era of digital art and social media, there's a growing business model that has become increasingly popular with artists—making wearable art.
In fact, entire companies now exist simply to work with artists to provide unique fashion products for. . . read more
Art auctions held by non-profits are a win-win for everyone involved. These types of events are great because they promote the. . . read more
Traffic on my blog went nuts the first weekend in March. Absolutely nuts! Previously, my average daily traffic was in the. . . read more
Today, there are countless numbers of artists sharing their art online, networking, and trying to build communities. But while there are plenty of art blogs out there, only a few artists actually get widespread notice and develop a very large following.
Here's the good news, though: if you're one of those aspiring artists who are struggling to get noticed online, it may NOT be. . . read more
How many of you use Pinterest? Probably most of us, right? After all, for creatives, it’s an easy way to find massive. . . read more
Finding the best audience for your art is crucial to developing a marketing plan. After all, if you know the people most likely. . . read more
If you dream of making a living from your art, you probably share one thing in common with every other artist who is also trying to "make it."
You're always looking for the right audience.
And how do you find that audience? Here are three suggestions that might help:
1. Identify your niche interest
The first step in finding your target market. . . read more
I’m often amazed that artists don’t blog more than they do. Some of my favorite artists, artists who I would love to follow. . . read more
For many years I struggled to build my reputation and career as a painter, without seeing much success. I became discouraged by. . . read more