7 Critical Questions to Ask Galleries Before Handing Over Your Art

Part of the process of selling your artwork is finding and working with galleries. When you’re ready to approach galleries you should have a good representation of your work. I would suggest at least three to five pieces. When considering galleries it’s critically important to do your research. Look at their product line, will your work fit in with their venue? Are they a reputable business… … More 7 Critical Questions to Ask Galleries Before Handing Over Your Art

Sales 101: Pricing & Marketing Your Artwork

When you have a small body of work, three to five pieces, it’s time to promote your business. Just as you were disciplined in producing your work, you must be disciplined in marketing. Whether painting or promoting always present your very best. Starting with the originals you choose to every statement on your website. Organize your schedule from times of creativity to those of promotion. You should address several questions… … More Sales 101: Pricing & Marketing Your Artwork

From Start to Finish – Completing the Masterpiece

After you have completed the underpainting and it’s thoroughly dry you may want to continue with another coat or progress to color. There’s a huge world to discover about color and I would encourage you to study it in depth. Color wheels are helpful, but simply playing and practicing with color will give you the insight you’ll need. However, there is a fool proof technique which will never steer you wrong… … More From Start to Finish – Completing the Masterpiece

How to Successfully Begin a Creative Work: Vision, Materials, Research & Composition

Every creative work starts with an idea, painting is no different. You must start with your vision for the work. Once you have the idea, take time to consider the type of surface or support, size, and whether to build or purchase it… … More How to Successfully Begin a Creative Work: Vision, Materials, Research & Composition