How to Make Money as an Artist: The 7 Winning Strategies of Successful Fine Artists

Chicago Review Press
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How to sell one's art isn't taught in art schools, yet it's an essential ingredient in getting work displayed and attracting art commissions. This straightforward guide is written for artists who want to present themselves and their work in the best possible light to the largest possible audience. Topics include creating a winning marketing package, getting a gallery, finding an artist representative, and obtaining free or low-cost advertising. Also included is a thorough resource listing that includes inexpensive sources for slide development, contact information for artist representatives, suggestions for durable mailing packaging, and contact names for foreign news media.
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Moore has exhibited nationally for more than 30 years, and his paintings are hung in private and business collections.

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Chicago Review Press
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Published on
Sep 30, 2000
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Pages
160
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ISBN
9781569764442
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Language
English
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Genres
Art / Business Aspects
Art / General
Education / Counseling / Career Development
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