I recently wrote an article called “The Myth of the Starving Artist—and what it can teach us about job security.” In it, I discuss how society’s attitude towards art parallels how people feel across industries about their jobs and companies. We’re in a culture that devalues creativity and values pursuing a paycheck over the purpose […]
With each of my art business coaching clients, I try to do an exit interview a few months in to see how things are going. I wanted to give you some insights into the coaching process by sharing part of a recent session I did with the artist Natasha Kohli, who lives in Chicago. It […]
As an artist, putting your images on the internet comes with great risk, and little control over how your images are going to be used. You need something reliable and powerful to help protect your business from copyright theft. Many artists use the watermarking method to protect their work. This is a great deterrent but […]
Owen Garrett is an artist with over $1M in annual sales. We asked you what your top questions were when it comes to show sales, and our session with Owen directly addresses those questions. We did a webinar with Owen! Check it out by clicking here.
From Cory: Freddy Grant at Bluethumb gallery caught my eye when they reached out to let me know about the study from TEFAF that mentioned that only 6% of all fine art sales happen online – but that number was up nearly double the year before. I asked them to write an article about their […]