In this guest blog post about art business, artist Kristy Gordon shares her experience on how she got into an art gallery and became a professional artist. Her work is featured in the September 2015 issue of The Artist’s Magazine (get the issue here!) How I Got Into An Art Gallery by Kristy Gordon I...
Working with a custom framer brings a host of benefits--especially when you understand what to look for, ask and expect.
When it comes to visual arts, it’s a good idea to compare your understandings and practices with similar interests, especially when it comes to art business.
Lori McNee offers art business advice to help you sell your art. Learn tips for working in a series here.
Hanging and displaying art and photographs baffles many, but there is a simple art gallery industry formula that you can learn to help you professionally hang your artwork.
Being a creative entrepreneur can have bipolar effects--it takes a balancing effort worthy of the Wallendas to stay humble and yet simultaneously broadcast to the world that you’re talented and your art is worth buying.
A list of 20 helpful working habits that will improve your success in the studio and in art business.
Thinking of selling your art through commissioned pieces? Lee Hammond has some general rules you should know.
What tax deductions can artists take? Leonard D. Duboff of the The DuBoff Law Group addresses this question for artists and their art business.
The month of January brings to mind new resolutions and goals for us all. Finding and utilizing drawing tips and exercises is one way to keep your new art commitments going, and Katherine Tyrrell has just the tool to help.
The more pastels we acquire the more difficult it can become to keep track of them, especially once they are removed from original packaging and labels have been removed. Initially I tried to keep copious records of which pastels made up various working palettes. When there were only a couple of brands of pastels...