Artist Profile: Susan Klinger

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

Artist Profile: Judy Orcutt

Because of my botany background in pharmacy, this was a natural for me. Identifying the floral elements that I used to enhance the quotes, poetry, and my own writing was important to me.

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.

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.

Most Popular Art Business Articles of 2017

Here’s the countdown of our most read art business article this past year.

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.

Artist Profile: Rhonda Scott

As a lifetime Alaskan, I am known for my colorful Alaskan renditions of Trees, Flowers and Landscapes.

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 […]