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Very helpful in giving advise on how to navigate making art your work.
I've gone to workshops, interviewed artists, and dug through a lot of junk on the internet... Only to find that everything I needed (and lots more) was in this book.
This book is a great resource for graduating students and working artists alike.
A must-read. Chock-full of useful tips. The sidebar comments by artists, gallery owners etc. are also very helpful, even when they occasionally contradict one another.Published 14 days ago by Erma Plinkett Dekanoff III
Thank you for great service and customer orientation. I am using this as a text for my college Art Marketing class.Published 1 month ago by Ted G. Decker
Great book! I'm just starting to sell my artwork,
and have been devouring this book ever since it arrived.
Great book for students and professionals. Good resource to have in your library collection. Gives you a basis to start any sort of documentation you would need as an artist. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole
So many of these books are a bit "pie in the sky". This one I found to honestly inform artists in how to BEGIN to negotiate the thorny path of making a living through ones... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Claudia H Gibson-Hunter
A lot of input from professionals in the field! Guidelines to organize your portfolio, finances and tips on approaching individuals, galleries or museums about your work. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lisa Wicka
This book is a great guide for those seeking to pursue their art in a professional setting. It includes informative passages and humorous illustrations!Published 8 months ago by syd
Whether you are an emerging artist, mid-career, or very experienced, this book is an excellent up to date tool full of template examples of various forms, useful quotations and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by My wife won't let me pick a name.