Each month at The Abundant Artist Community, I post an in-depth interview with artists who have not only make a living with their art, but who are living an Abundant Artist lifestyle. This month’s interview was with Gwenn Seemel, a personal favorite of mine. I’ve posted 5 minutes of the 30 minute interview here.
In this excerpt, Gwenn says, “Work doesn’t have to be better than mediocre to sell.” Do you worry about whether your work is good enough to sell? Odds are, you should take a look at how your art is packaged, framed, and the buzz that you create around our brand.
In the Community, we have action items and downloadable worksheets around these interviews, as well as lessons on search engines, social media, and what makes a great artist website. Visit TheAbundantArtist.com/Community for more information.
Hi Gwenn, your work is most definitely BETTER than mediocre!!! 🙂
@AGoodHusband mediocrity is in the eye of the beholder: http://t.co/tdqGIX99
@joaquinlippinco truer words were never spoken.
Couldn’t agree more. Art is subjective.
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