Online Critique Group Recording Featuring Cyndie Rauls, La Farge, Wisconsin

In this week’s session, we meet Wisconsin sculptor Cyndie Rauls. Cyndie creates intricate sculptures from found objects, primarily wood. Cyndie has recently been able to begin focusing her time and energy on creating art and on pursuing a career as an artist. We talk about how to launch marketing, find galleries, and set pricing when you are creating unusual artwork.

You can view the schedule for upcoming sessions and participate in our Critique Group by visiting our Online Critique Page.


Artwork Information: Title: Dream Mechanism I
Medium: Wood scraps and Ash slab
Size: 23 x 94″
Price: TBD


Artwork Information: Title: Phantom Limb III
Medium: Wood scraps and Ash trunk
Size: 22 x 46 inches
Price: TBD

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Artwork Informaiton Title: Fragments of the Imagination
Medium: Wood scraps and Ash trunks
Size: 18 x 78 inches
Price: TBD


Title Title: Sentience II
Medium: Wood scraps, dowels and cable
Size: 21 x 62 inches
Price: TBD


Artwork Information: Title: An Artist Walks In
Medium: White pine scraps and oil paint
Size: 30 x 81 inches
Price: TBD
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What Questions Would you Like to Have Answered About Your Art During a Review Session? PRICING is my BIG question… what I create is unique in that I’m having a hard time finding comps for price comparison.

How does one get over the self-imposed obstacle of not having artistic pedigree? (ie: I didn’t study art technique… my parents weren’t artists.)

I live in an extremely rural area and know I must reach out to a bigger market such as Minneapolis/St Paul… I see this as a really tough sell.


About the Author: Jason Horejs

Jason Horejs is the Owner of Xanadu Gallery, author of best selling books "Starving" to Successful & How to Sell Art , publisher of, and founder of the Art Business Academy. Jason has helped thousands of artists prepare themselves to more effectively market their work, build relationships with galleries and collectors, and turn their artistic passion into a viable business.

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