Art Business Tips Archive

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

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

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

The Discipline it Takes to Create Art

  “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” – Jim Rohn Over the summer, I’ve

Client Testimonials – Worth Their Weight In Gold

We recently received this note and the photo above from a client who purchased and donated

Practical Matters: Asking a Gallery for Artwork from Their Inventory to Supply Another Gallery

I recently received the following email from Steve, an artist in Arkansas. Steve has been working

Effective Art Display

While I try not to let it go to my head, we frequently receive compliments about

What to Do When You Get a Bad Online Review of Your Art Business

This post is a little hard to write. In order to tell the whole story, I

Surviving An Art Sales Slump

If you’ve been in the art business for any length of time, you’ve probably experienced an

How to Deal With Art Criticism from Your Spouse, Partner, or other Close Family and Friends

Several weeks ago, I received the following email from a discouraged artist: I’ve been working on a