Art Gallery Tips

shipping encaustic art, encaustic painting

Painting with encaustic wax is a joy. I love the organic, translucent qualities of the finished piece. But, shipping encaustic art can be a bit tricky, and even mysterious. I have been a serious encaustic painter for nearly 5 years. My work is exhibited around the West, but I...

Social Media Secrets To Grow Your Art Business

Thank you for making this webinar a great success! The recording is available for purchase, register below! Thanks,  ~Lori Announcing my upcoming live webinar, “Social Media Secrets to Grow Your Art Business.” You are invited by Xanadu Gallery Owner, Jason Horejs to join us for a Live, Online Workshop at...

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Deciding how to price artwork is probably the most difficult decision artists have to make. Yet, finding the optimal price has a triple benefit: it provides the artist with reasonable compensation for the creative work, and makes the buyer feel confident about investing in a particular piece. And most...

Whether you intend to sell art online or not, displaying your artwork in the right way will enhance the beauty of your paintings and entice people to look at them. Here are some creative suggestions you can make use of while displaying your artwork online and off. Displaying Artwork...

Tabletop Artist Palettes by New Wave Art

Once again, my friends at New Wave Art have asked me to try out their latest product design. This time I am reviewing their new POSH tabletop artist palettes. It always feels like Christmas whenever I open up a new box of palettes from New Wave Art. First of...

Planning for a Studio Visit

Whether your studio is a posh loft in a fashionable arts district or a spare room in the back of your house, there are times when you need to open it up to show it to others. To visitors and clients, your studio is more than your creative and...

snow covered landscape painting

A lot of thought and exploration goes into developing a series of paintings for an art exhibition. Today, this has been a topic of conversation between my good friend and fellow artist, Shanna Kunz and me. This weekend, Shanna and I are exhibiting together in an all women art...

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As a working artist I know how hard it can be to keep good art inventory records. Keeping track of my art inventory, clients, gallery contacts, competitions and other aspects of my art career can be overwhelming. At times, my desk has been like a chaotic mess of notes,...

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Two words, success and successful, have sparked heated conversations between artists on this blog. I’ve learned that the definition of a ‘successful artist’ is subjective, and tends to vary from person to person. Nevertheless, there truly are things that most successful artists do differently. Things Successful Artists Do Differently Follow Their Effort: Successful artists...

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Twitter is a treasure trove filled with a bounty of knowledge from any niche including art – you just need to know where to find it and start digging! I sent out a ‘tweet’  to some of the most respected art business stars on Twitter. This is what I...

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Over the past few weeks, I have posted some useful articles geared toward teaching the basics of blogging for the artist and creative entrepreneur. My good friend and popular guest blogger, Jason Dirks of Meylah is the owner of a wonderful and eye pleasing new online blogging platform designed for artists, handmade crafters and photographers,...

As mentioned in our recent popular blog post series, “The Visual Artist’s Challenge – Should I Work with Galleries, Go Direct to Collectors or Both?” and “The Visual Artist’s Challenge II – Balancing Self Promotion & Gallery Representation”, Barney Davey along with our guest – gallery owner/art marketing expert,...

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