How to Profit from the Art Print Market Kindle Edition
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From the Back Cover
Make More Money ♦ Broaden Your Audience ♦ Diversify Your Pricing
The 2nd Edition of How to Profit from the Art Print Market has been entirely rewritten and expanded to reflect current market conditions. Read it to learn how to earn the reward and recognition you deserve.
You will find it packed with the advice, resources, insights and resources you need to build your knowledge, boost your confidence and propel your career to new prosperity! The invaluable information provided here fills the void in educating artists about print market opportunities.
"I wish this book was available when I started in the print business. It would have saved me time and money." -- Ralph Burch, Top selling print and licensing artist
"The reproduction market gives an artist increased exposure and the potential for a natural stream of additional income. Every artist should consider the fine art print market and Barney's book is an indispensible guide to navigating the print world. Barney gives you an unvarnished look at what it takes to make it and how to avoid unrealistic expectations and expensive pitfalls. This book is a must-have for the serious, professional artist." -- Jason Horejs, owner Xanadu Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ. Author of "Starving" to Successful: The Fine Artist's Guide to Getting into Galleries
I've said it before: it's the single best 'business' book ever written for artists... What's humbling is by the time I discovered Barney's book I had sold over a million dollars in art and thought I knew all I needed about the marketplace. I quickly realized "How to Profit" was a treasure chest of knowledge I did not possess. I truly regret the book wasn't available 20 years ago. -- Michael Geraghty, Laurel, MD. Named the nation's best equine artist by The Daily Racing Form.
Learn How To:
- Create a second source of income from your originals with prints
- Produce a third source of income from your originals with licensing
- Grow your collector base and broaden your audience
- Diversify your pricing strategy
- Decide to either self-publish or find and work with a print publisher...and more
- Marketing and Selling Prints
- Advertising and Tradeshow Tips
- Websites and Email Marketing
- Art Licensing, Hospitality & Healthcare Fine Art Marketing
- Economics of Self-publishing
- Best Ways to Get Prints to Market
- Identify Trends & Find Inspiration
- Emulating Successful Print Artists
- Defending Your Copyrights
Bold Star Communications©
PO Box 25386
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Directory: GicleeBusiness.com --This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
As Internet dramatically evolved in the late 1990s, Barney became the Director of Strategic Alliances for the shows and magazines. He formed profitable partnerships with dotcoms and other companies seeking to establish mutually rewarding relationships with DECOR and Decor Expo. He also launched both DecorWebsites.com to offer easy-to-use affordable template-based websites for art and picture framing retailers and DecorExpoOnline.com, the industry's first virtual tradeshow.
From his unique vantage, Barney conferred and consulted with hundreds of top self-published artists and art publishing companies on the best ways to market their art prints. As a result of developing close friendships and business relationships with the industry's leading print publishers, he observed their common traits and best practices, which he blends with his considerable marketing knowledge to form the basis of this book.
In addition to publishing the first edition of How to Profit from the Art Print Market in 2005, Barney simultaneously launched Art Print Issues - the business blog for visual artists [artprintissues.com]. Since its inception, it has become one of the most well respected and highly trafficked art business blogs. Readers will find a trove of 400 posts specifically edited to help visual artists further their careers
Barney is the son an accomplished fine artist and a serious fine woodworker in his own right. He is the former president of the St. Louis Woodworker's Guild. He has spoken to numerous artist groups around the country, and partnered on art marketing seminars with the Art Biz Coach, smARTist Telesummit and Artist Career Training. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- Publication Date : December 15, 2010
- File Size : 897 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 302 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B004H8G262
- Publisher : Bold Star Communications; 2nd Edition (December 15, 2010)
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #373,530 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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