This an illustration I made for a recipe book project.
Daily sketching of anything a valuable habit to keep you loose in your drawings and exploring different subject matters in your work.
I’m still getting over how much fun my Costa Rica trip was. I drew these two toucans to keep my mind in Costa Rica even though I’m back home. While …
To run your art business, you need to have the ability to create content about your art and have a way for people to purchase your work from you. This means having a website with a blog, store, and the ability to update galleries and pages on your own.
When a new creative inquiry lands in your inbox, there are many things you have to ask yourself before you respond. Learn what they are and how to respond in this article.
Getting started selling your art online needs to be built around a platform you are in control of – your website and email list. Here’s my recommendations for you to get started.
Not getting the results you want with your art business, you may need to switch things up.
Based on a survey of only 506 international art buyers by the British fine art insurer Hiscox – they found these 7 interesting facts about online art sales.
Get a rough estimate of what to expect with your art sales online.
Learn what two things you need to focus on if you want to grow an email list for your art.
Learn what marketing activities to avoid as you set out to grow your art business.
Consistently sharing your creative behind-the-scenes takes a lot of work. Make sure an email list is right for you and your art business.