During the course of your art career you will receive requests to produce specific works of art. These can come from a variety of people with varying levels of experience in the process of commissioning work. It is your job to ensure that the process goes smoothly from the initial request to the completed artwork…
Being profitable as an artist isn’t just selling lots of paintings, it’s also ensuring you don’t waste money on unnecessary and overpriced materials. Managing your outgoings means getting the best materials for a better price. Here are some tips and tricks to making your money go further
I want to share with you a few reasons why I believe all artists should be collecting too.
In this article I hope to share with you a few reasons why I think every artist should get stuck in and organise their own exhibition.
To go from selling here and there to being a successful artist you need to do one major thing…
Your creative process is 99% of your journey and it’s the journey that counts, right? Well, the same applies for your audience and it’s their interest which you need to attract with a compelling artistic narrative.
Artists often ask me how much they should price their work for. This conversation comes up pretty frequently and is something I consider every time I finish a painting. There are a number of factors that I take into consideration when pricing my work and in this article I hope to break them down for you.
“…once you are in constant demand you can start to drop off the jobs which seem less relevant.”
You may be a recent graduate back at home after university, wondering what your next step is, or in full-time employment hoping to dedicate more time to your creative pursuit. Whichever category you fall into, one of the first steps is finding the a suitable place to work. This is my experience of getting an art studio and what to look out for when finding your own.