What Artists Need to Know About Selling Their Fine Art.
Many artists and photographers want to know how to make the jump from hobbyist to professional.
And while for some that looks like moving into commercial art, others simply want to know how to sell their fine art.
There are a number of ways to sell your art; most of what I talk about here on my blog is selling the license for your art.
For any photographer who is looking to break into the book cover licensing world, there are so many questions!
What makes a good book cover photograph in the first place?
How do you know that the images you are creating are going to help your portfolio stand out and make sales?
Well this week I decided to talk to a book cover designer to find out!
Have you ever wondered how to get your fine art photography into a gallery show?
Many fine art photographers are mystified by the process of being shown in a gallery.
I know when I first began my journey into fine art, the prospect of having my work hang in a gallery felt a little daunting.
That’s why in this post we are going straight to the source by asking a gallery curator the biggest question artists have about being shown.
Have you ever thought about what your client's customer journey looks like before they contact you?
Maybe this is the first time you've even heard the term "customer journey" before, so the idea of curating it seems a little, well, alien.
But it's also an important idea to start considering, because it can be foundational to a lot of the marketing that you so.
I wanted to create a quick video about it because it seems like, in general, marketing is an issue that comes up pretty consistently among artists and photographers.