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May 12, 2015


Marian Fortunati

It does sound better when you frame it that way! :)

Dorothy Woolbright

Thanks, Eric, for a very timely and important message! This is a wonderful perspective on marketing as..."sharing something you believe in with people who need it." I know I certainly believe that beautiful artwork can enhance environments and touch people at a level beyond our everyday understanding. As I am entering the art market fray and finding out there are many steps and paths to take, I try to keep this formost in my mind: marketing my art through many channels is a service I am providing for the buying public.

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