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How to Price Your Art

There are many aspects to pricing art. Alan Bamberger provides answers in the following article. We I have used his methods with much success. Let me know if you liked it. Steve http://www.artbusiness.com/artists-how-to-price-your-art-for-sale.html

How to Build Long Term Success

If you want to build long term success, read this short article written by Aletta de Wal,  because, as she states, “we listen for a sale rather than build relationships”. Beginning of Article One of the most frequent complaints I hear from artists is that people browsing say they like their art, but then don’t …

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Make the Most of Your Art Shows

Here is an excellent article on making the most of your art shows.  http://www.artbusiness.com/career.html We use shows as an opportunity to meet new people and expand Kay’s art career. We are always looking for new students for her pastel workshops.  During art shows, we talk about Kay’s art and give people  something to remember us …

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Art at the Mill

The Art at the Mill Show opened today at the Burwell Morgan Mill in Millwood , VA. I have 5 pieces in this show, including “Joy”. Stop by and see all the wonderful art by area artists. The show is open thru May 10. The artist reception is next Sunday from 2-5 pm. Stop by …

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Finished?

I worked on Chetan again today. First I got rid of all the blue-it just didn’t work. Sometimes you just have to get rid of detracting elements from a painting to focus on the important areas. I used a paper towel and rubbed off the blue! (Cover the areas you want to protect first!!) Then …

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