That's me (40 pounds heavier) with Richard Schmid, who will be the highlight speaker at Weekend with the Masters. He did my portrait in Vermont a couple years ago.
Just announced I'll be doing a seminar at American Artists WEEKEND with the mas. Unlike many of the sessions I've chosen to do this one at no charge. (Buy me a drink). I'm told that the session will only hold 90 of the expected 300 so lets hope its Standing Room Only. When I last did this session at the Greenhouse Gallery Salon for about 50 artists one of the artists saw a collector looking at her painting (we were in the gallery) and she used a technique I just taught and the painting sold. One other artist used it the following day and also sold a painting. If I can help everybody sell more paintings it's a big win.
Here is what they have posted:
Friday, 9/24 and Saturday, 9/25: Marketing Secrets of Art Masters With B. Eric Rhoads (Part A: 12:30-1:15 on Friday; Part B: 12:30-1:15 on Saturday)
Ever wonder why some artists outsell other artists? Why do some artists’
careers and sales soar beyond others? Why do some great artists go
unrecognized while others, with lower qualifications, outsell them?
During this free Lunchtime Lecture offering, art publisher and marketing
expert B. Eric Rhoads will share many unknown secrets you can implement
to increase your art sales immediately and boost your career long-term.
Rhoads will explain the 10 essentials to success, covering such
critical topics as: |
Eric Rhoads is the chairman of Streamline Publishing and is the publisher of Fine Art Connoisseur and Artist Advocate magazines, among others. He also writes an art-marketing blog for artists and a blog for art galleries. As an artist, Rhoads is especially passionate about art and art marketing. He founded his first art magazine, Plein Air, in 2004. An entrepreneur from a young age, Rhoads has built and sold businesses, created marketing plans for numerous brands, and serves as a consultant for companies on their marketing strategies. Rhoads can be found on Facebook (facebook.com/eric.rhoads) and Twitter (@ericrhoads).