This Week: 10/16 through 10/22

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Monday in Selling Art Online – Did you know that most online art sales only happen after several interactions with the buyer? Whether it’s through social media, over the phone, or by email, contacting potential buyers and nurturing those relationships is key to making a living selling your art online.

That’s why asking all of your website visitors to sign up for your email list is such a great strategy for artists—and last week we put the finishing touches on a new feature at Foliotwist which makes it easy to do just that. :)

Drop by tomorrow to learn exactly how it works and see some of the ways Foliotwist artists are already using this marketing tool to start conversations with buyers and increase future sales!

Tuesday in Featured Artists – Former high school art teacher (turned full-time artist) Anna Blair, of Fort Worth, Texas, is no stranger to the kiln – and her gorgeous fused-glass jewelry proves it. Check out her work on Tuesday, and as always, don’t forget to submit your own art to be featured as well!

Wednesday in General Art Advice – Carrie Lewis finishes out the week with some excellent words of wisdom on how to make the very best use of your time as an artist. Don’t miss it!

Last week’s articles on EmptyEasel:

One Thing That’s Absolutely Vital to Being a Successful Artist

Rana Wafiq: Stunning, Highly-Detailed Charcoal Portraits

How to Draw a Portrait in Three Quarter View, Part 2

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