Art Marketing Boot Camp™: Turn Dreams Into Art Sales

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April 04, 2013

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Lori Woodward

You're absolutely right to pursue dreams Eric. Today, it's the only way to grow. Those that think out of the box are most likely to find a way to sell more art. I believe more Art is sold today than any time in history because of the internet, websites and artists doing self promotion instead of relying on others.

I recently started renting space at a high end antique gallery, and I have sold more paintings in less time than I ever did with galleries. I just pay the monthly rent... No commission, so I decide what to hang, when to remove it, and it's local so I don't have to ship paintings. I also see the receipts, so I have a clue who bought the painting.

Great blog today!!! You've changed the world form the better... Keep it going!
Lori

Kathy Ostman-Magnusen

Great article and very timely. I was just conversing with some artist's friends on facebook about marketing. To market your art you have to first follow through with your day-dreams and do the work of art. It is so true, there in the shadows lurks all the people who poo poo the effort and balk at it ever making any money. YES to following through on that dream despite the critics.

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