Artist Profile: Donna McGee

The restless elemental forces of this great landscape compel me to capture its magic and celebrate its timeless beauty.

Artist Profile: Tina Rene Saunders

The therapy of art gave me the courage, strength, and focus to work through a big change in my life, call myself an artist, and share my talents with others.

Naples Art Business Bootcamp Announced

The Naples Art Association and The Arts Business Institute will co-sponsor a two-day intensive art business bootcamp in the sunny arts destination city of Naples, Florida this April.

Artist Profile: Susan Klinger

My work typically begins with images that grabbed my attention going through daily life.

Jewelry Designer Uses Innovative Marketing Approach

In order to promote her collection, she came up with the idea to have a “photo shoot party” and invite friends and fans to come and model her necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

The Importance of Pricing Consistency

Knowing how to price and staying consistent on that price puts an artist in control.

Artist Profile: Sandy Feder

My own workshop has a very large glass kiln and I have access to larger equipment if the custom glass will be larger than my current capacity

Understand the “Why” of Owning Your Art

Successful artists cultivate collectors by appealing directly to their emotions, and this means that to re-create those emotions, you must be digging deep into the “Why” of collecting and the experience of ownership.

Artist Profile: Ruth Porter

Artist Ruth Porter turned a hobby into an art business with theme-inspired images. We spoke to her about her work and how she grew her sales. ABI: How did you get started making “memory mosaics”? RP: It all started when I attempted to create a unique valentine’s day gift for my husband. I wanted to […]

Boston Arts Business Institute Summit Announced

This summit will present practical, step-by-step business strategies, and is appropriate for artists and makers who want to grow their small businesses.