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How to Profit From the Art Print Market : Practical Advice for Visual Artists Paperback – July 17, 2011
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Examines how artists can diversify their portfolio with prints, increase income, gain prominence, and broaden their collector base. -- Art World News, August 2005
Provides guidance in choosing between self-publishing and working with publishers and outlines how to build a successful print-market career. -- Art Business News, September 2005 --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
From the Author
My purpose in writing this book was to be able to reach more artists than I would be able to through consulting and workshops. When I began researching for my first workshops, I found a lack of information on the print market. After numerous suggestions from artists and friends, I decided to write the book. It is a culmination of the advice I doled out to artists during the fifteen years I worked for Decor magazine and Decor Expo tradeshows. The print market can be rewarding, and it can be cruelly punishing for those not prepared to take it on. My goal is to steer artists towards making the best decision for themselves based on their own skills, abilities and ambition. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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