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

Navigating the Commission Process

Several weeks ago, I received an email from an artist who was undertaking her first painting

Control Your Time and Become a More Successful Artist

Several months ago, I was on the edge of overload. I had a number of great

Dressing for Success | Art Marketing Minute

P.S. Another important reason for dressing up, which I completely failed to mention in the video,

Magic Walls | How Some Spaces in My Gallery Sell More Art Than Others

Sales out of our Scottsdale Gallery slow significantly during the summer months, and understandably so. With

3 Tips to Help You Better Follow Up With Art Buyers and Make More Sales

Case 1: Last summer, I had a woman come into the gallery after having received a

RedDot Podcast | Episode 018 | Rules, Regulations, Policies and Procedures in the Art Business

As you interact with potential customers, it’s inevitable that you will run into challenging situations. In

Debate | Should Visitors be Allowed to Photograph Artwork in Galleries, Museums and Art Shows?

This weekend I received the following email from a reader, and artist and studio owner: Hi

Selling Art | Words that Make a Difference

Several weeks ago, I struck up a conversation with a gentleman who was visiting the gallery

Creating Experiences and Telling Stories to Sell More Art

Several weeks ago, a couple walked into the gallery and headed straight for a wall of