Artists use Pinterest to market their online platforms while offering a behind-the-scenes view of their daily inspirations. Here's how to incorporate...
Yes! You sold your artwork. Now it's time to get it to the buyer or gallery in one piece. Take the time to learn the best practices for shipping and insuring art so it arrives safe and sound.
Wait, stop! Don't sign that artist contract before you read this article. Familiarizing yourself with contracts is an important part of protecting you, your business, and your work.
Want to sell your artwork on your own? These essential art business documents are crucial to ensure that your sale is professional and protected.
If you're a photographer or thinking about starting a photography business, here are six areas to specialize in: commercial, stock, portrait and photography, fashion, editorial and travel. We break down what you need to know to focus and give it a shot!
There are a variety of challenges facing today's creative entrepreneur, but they don't have to sidetrack an art business.
From cementing your personal branding to building a digital portfolio highlighting your best work, here's how to land creative freelance gigs.
Selling art in person is different than selling your work online. Whether you're at an art or craft fair, store, or pop-up gallery, it's time to turn from artist/maker to seller. Here's a thorough guide to get you started.
Pop-up galleries and shops have become popular vehicles to engage customers and earn money as a creative. You can forgo investing in a physical space and applying to shows. But before you create your pop-up, learn how to plan strategically with these essential tips.
How do you price your artwork so it's attractive to potential buyers and also allows you to make a profit? While there is no one way that works for everyone, here are some guiding principles that can help get you started.
Opportunities abound to sell your art online. We discuss the pros and cons of selling on your own personal store vs. online art marketplaces.