Are you doing the right things to promote yourself as an artist?
Are you actively getting your work and yourself in front of people, reminding them that you are alive, well and creating wonderful art that can bring them joy?
Or have you allowed yourself to be stopped by the current news about the state of the economy?
If you decrease your visibility, it will take you longer to regain momentum when the news gets better.
Most people still buy what they really want. More specifically, they buy things that make them feel good. They might buy a smaller painting or a print instead of the large painting they really want, but if they have fallen in love with your work, they will not forget you, even if they are unable to buy now.
Most of my clients find me through my web site. Can you say the same thing?
I share specific information about what I’ve learned.
I still take classes, read and do research.
I’ve found that when I’m already knowledgeable in an area, a small improvement can be VERY valuable.
I have been a self-supporting artist all of my adult life.
I provided for my own needs and those of my daughter (including college without financial aid or loans) from the sale of my art.
I wore out two vans drivng to mall shows and festivals. I don’t do that anymore.
The internet makes it possible to be visible to a much larger audience.
Are you taking advantage of the internet? Would you like to know more?
Can you afford to miss out?
Your investment is 3 hours of your time and $75. (Advance registration is necessary.)
The Business of Art
Saturday, June 27, 1 – 4 PM
Instructor: Ann Bell Location: 2711 Main St. #114, Midtown Houston
This class covers artists’ web sites, pricing, publicity, galleries, alternative ways to show & sell art…online and off.
All class participants will receive written guide book with resources & sample press releases.
You can read the complete class description at
If you want to sign up and pay with your credit card,
use the “Register” button near the bottom of page and check out through Paypal.
Or call me at 281-330-3827 to reserve your space or ask questions.
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