Art & Humor

Selling work can be a tough gig. You need to be all over social media and try every online gallery going, taking quality photos of your pieces from various angles.

An Interview with Victoria Price

Without art collectors who invest in their own passionate eye and the adventure of an creative interchange with the makers of art, the world would be a vastly more limited and less true place.

What Sets Your Work Apart?

Practice, explore and go deeply into the direction you have chosen to pursue in your studio work.

Artist Success: How Painters Sell Their Work

We spoke with three women who have different approaches to marketing and selling their work.

Stay Focused on Your Business Vision

If you allowed yourself to get distracted by these offers, you may find that instead of fulfilling the vision you have for your own business, you end up helping someone else fulfill the vision they have for theirs.

You Never Know If You Don’t Ask

What I’ve found is that I’m equally, if not more afraid, when people say yes.

The Making of a Public Art Project

The artwork featured at AMIC was unveiled in 2016 and consists of six murals covering more than 350 square feet as well as two architectural aluminum sculptures (one indoor and one outdoor).

Color Trends and Your Handmade Product Line

While fashion colors change frequently, season by season, color trends for the home change much more slowly.

Selling to the Heart

There are strong emotional reasons for customers to make that purchase of your handmade work.

10 Traits of Successful Creative Entrepreneurs

They have a compulsion to create which goes beyond simply an interest, and may feel that making their work is essential to their life.