You’ve gone through all of the steps for beginning artists.
You’ve been selling and exhibiting your art a little and you’re now ready to ramp up the action.
You are E X P A N D I N G.
You know a lot! But you would benefit from planning and systematizing your art business.
You need to make sense of it all.
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Lay the Foundation for Your Art Marketing
Too many artists want to rely on social media or other new platforms before they have the basics in place.
You have to implement the areas in this program before you can be effective. Read all about it here.
I wrote I’d Rather Be in the Studio: The Artist’s No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion as a reference book.
It’s a terrific resource to have when you want steps to follow for certain tasks or creative ideas for marketing your art.
Dare to Commit to Big Growth
Being an artist is lonely. And when you get to a certain point in your art career, you realize that you need help. You can’t accomplish everything you’d like without extra brainpower.
You need the power of a group.
I created the Art Biz Incubator for artists who are open to harnessing the energy of a group. Our Artist Entrepreneurs Club serves this purpose.
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