Hi, I'm Cory. My job is to help you connect with collectors, sell your art, and yes, eventually earn a living doing what you love.
Nope, it's not a crazy dream to want that.
Artists who know how to market their work are having great success selling art online, and you can too! In fact, I can show you how to get your first sale quickly—I'm talking within weeks. . . just click here to get started.
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. . . 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 or read about, don’t have a web presence of any kind.
And that's a shame, because it's more important than ever for artists to have some kind of "home" on the internet. After all, that's where all the collectors, fans, and potential students. . . 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
You have your website up (finally) and it looks great! You’ve uploaded your artwork and you’re starting to realize that what. . . read more
According to Artnet the art market has experienced double digit growth for the past few years. Yet only a small percentage of artists can support themselves solely from their creative practice. Instead, most supplement their income by teaching art or pursuing a job in an unrelated field.
From an artist perspective the competition is fierce. Art buyers have an abundance of choices to. . . read more
At the Global Art League, the highlight of our year is the annual exhibition of emerging artists. An entire year of reviewing. . . read more
We live in a world where information is hyper-visual. Nowadays, it seems like everyone wants to be a photographer or visual. . . read more
Artists may be limiting themselves with regard to their clientele. We think in terms of art galleries, art museums, art festivals, and the like. We think of our customers as individuals who want to start or enhance a private collection. We think of trendy hipsters trying to fit in to a particular sub-culture.
You know the ones. They say things like, “I bought a few of her pieces. . . read more
I have always felt that if artists could work together (and a few do) we would be able to accomplish almost anything. So I. . . read more
Art blogs are nothing like regular blogs—they usually serve different ends and attract a different kind of audience. For any. . . read more