Art Marketing Minute | Never Pre-judge Potential Art Buyers

The Art Gallery is Dead . . . Long Live the Art Gallery

Over the last several weeks, I’ve had several of you send me links to articles that

How to Handle an Art Sale that Doesn’t Work Out

above: the artwork hanging in the client’s home I recently had a client call to ask

Art Marketing Minute | Overcoming Your Prejudices When Selling Your Art

Have you Overcome Prejudice? What have you done to combat any prejudicial tendencies you might have

Artists: Are you Consistent? A Gallery Owner’s Perspective

How Developing a Strong Style and Laser-Like Focus is One of the Most Important Things you

So Much Art, So Little Time | Our Recent Travels to Washington D.C. and Virginia

What do gallery owners do on vacation? Like every other holiday traveler, my wife, Carrie, and

Debate: Should Artists Include Pricing on Their Websites?

As I am discussing the internet and marketing online with artists, the question of whether or

Discussion: Selling Art at Home Interior Stores

I recently received an email from a blog reader asking about showing and selling artwork in

Ask a Gallery Owner: Should I Donate My Art to Charity Events?

As an artist you could easily give away ten lifetime’s worth of work to all of

Quick Tip: Make a Folder for Images of Art in Client’s Homes

In many of the articles I write on RedDotBlog, I’m asking you to make major life