Want to make an income off your art? Check out financial and budgeting advice and tips from two successful full-time artists.
Trying to sell your art frequently comes with a lot of rejection. Yet, persistence and lessons learned can lead you down the road to success. Here's why.
You Don’t Have to Be a Business Mogul to Make a Living from Your Art I love the fact that we live in a day and age when artists have so much control over their careers. Making a living through creativity and artistic output is not only possible, but it is very likely if you...
Here are five easy tips for artists ready to start showing and selling their artwork from North Light Books author, artist and teacher, Dean Nimmer.
Thinking of selling your art through commissioned pieces? Lee Hammond has some general rules you should know.
To a large extent, the success of the presentation of your paintings and drawings literally hangs on the hardware you choose. A little knowledge could save your art!
The important thing about sketchbooks is not what they cost but whether they suit an artist's individual artistic needs. Learn more from Drawing magazine.
With art supplies, drawing materials, papers, paints, and pieces begging to be part of an assemblage, this place felt like a candy store, for artists.
This article was excerpted from the 2017 Artist’s and Graphic Designer’s Market. Original article written by Luke McLaughlin. Less Is More The first and most important rule of a great portfolio is to use as few images as possible to show the best work you can do. A common mistake beginners make is putting...
I recently experienced an art scam which the art community should read about in hope that it acts as a warning.
Your blog’s got it made where pretty pictures are concerned (you’re an artist, after all!) but is its engagement enough for visitors to return again and again? We all enjoy looking at beautiful things, but what do we love even more? Being seen and acknowledged. Engaging with others is the key to having them...