Checklist for a Successful Open Studio

Ready to open your studio to the public? Use these tactics to connect with fans and sell more of your work.

Tips for Selling Through Your Artist Website

When you shop online for clothing or other wearables, think of how vendors provides multiple views that help you “virtually try it on.” Selling your creative work should also share this type of helpful visual content, so the shopper can imagine owning your work.

Drive Art Website Traffic by Blogging

Want to draw more visitors to your art website? Blogging can help your traffic numbers in several ways.     As an artist, you have a story that’s interesting to others. You make art or handmade work in your studio (or on location) that can be documented and shared with your audience. You can tell […]

Prevent and Detect Copyright Theft of Your Art

Concerned about infringement of your copyrighted art and images? Here are ways to protect yourself, find out about infringement, and take action.

Art Business Models: Pros & Cons

How you sell your art has a lot to do with the amount and way you get paid. There are trade-offs with every business model, though.

2018 Santa Fe Art Business Summit Announced

The goal of the summit is to help every artist in attendance create a step-by-step plan to move forward in their own business after the conclusion of the event, through understanding their options, setting goals and knowing how to reach them.

Top Website Providers for Artists

Building a website doesn’t have to be stressful or difficult, though. The sites listed below offer templates and tool packages to help you get started easily.

Use Rejection as a Catalyst for Change

What can you do when it seems like nothing is working? Dive into those rejections and see what happened.

New Studio Solution Helps Artists Leverage Designs

Available in 39″ and 57″ widths, and affordable priced at around $2,000, they can be used in-house, producing fabric that can be made into clothing, scarves, accessories, pillows or other products.

The Business of Illustration

Illustration is everywhere, and limited only by the imagination.