Everything about my artist’s journey so far has been based on learning from my life experiences and through interactions with other visual artists in my community.
The sights and sounds of nature from the forest around me to my flower gardens filled with bright and vibrant colors and delightful fragrances.
I have had the good fortune to live on three different continents and it is through my drawing that I have discovered different cultures and people.
The easiest place to sell your work might be right near your home. Use these tips to meet local business people, contacts and collectors.
These selling strategies help to create a sense of urgency, encouraging buyers to pull out their wallets and make the commitment to buy now.
Your website represents you, your brand, and your product. However, over half of the people who land on a website page stay for less than fifteen seconds.
Collectors in general are very pleased to get to know the artists whose work they own.
If there is a truly interested prospect, you know it. They say the right things, and their body language indicates that they are seriously considering a purchase.
I create my paintings using the ancient wax and dye resist process known as batik.
Your presence as the artist at a fair or festival is important, and what you do has a direct effect on sales. Keep these tips in mind for maximum engagement and increased sales. Be accessible. It’s amazing how many times exhibitors are simply not in their booths during festival hours. At times this may be […]