Art Marketing For Artists Archive

Choice Overload | Cramming in too Much Art Hurts your Sales

I have long maintained that it's a bad idea to try and show too much art

Keeping in Touch With your Art Collectors

Whenever I talk about keeping in touch with collectors, the number one concern I hear expressed

A Love Letter to Art, Or What it All Means to Me

I am writing a different kind of post today.  I generally try to write practical and

Increase your Art Sales | The Power of Follow-Up

Follow-Up! Dramatically Increase your Art Sales by Implementing a Consistent Follow-up Strategy There’s nothing in the

What Should an Artist do With a Lifetime of Unsold Artwork?

Over the last several weeks I’ve had two people approach me, either in the gallery or via

Responding to Negative Feedback About Your Art

I recently had an email conversation with an artist who had just been through battle on

Breaking the Ice – Starting Conversations with Potential Art Buyers (and anyone else who crosses your path!)

Several months ago, my wife, Carrie, and I attended a live performance of the Phantom of

How to Reconnect with a Long-lost Client

Last week we received an order for four small artworks through our website. I’m always curious

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

Debate: Should Artists Include Pricing on Their Websites?

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