Monday, November 28, 2011

Has the art world turned is's back on you?

"Despite my extremely modest prices, dealers and art lovers are turning their backs on me. It is very depressing to see the lack of interest shown in an art object which has no market value."  (Claude Monet)
I am sure we have all had a moment were we have felt this way.
The economic recession could bring new meaning to the term “starving artist.”
It’s never easy to sell art, and it gets more difficult during a recession
Things you can do while sales are slow:
1. Paint more and learn more. Takes those chanse you were afraid to. So just dive in and get those bruses covered with paint.
2.Market your business

3.  Upgrade your Internet presence How is your website looking? What about your Facebook page? Your blog? Your other Internet sites

4. Clean the Studio organize those files.
5.Take a creative art trip.Paint on site, visit other artist studio,network,go to galleries. Visite area where you think you might like gallery representation and see if there is a gallery that fits.


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1 comment:

Amanda Makepeace said...

Great post! You're in the EBSQ Friday Five!