Shows are canceled. Museums are shut down. Goals have been trampled, and dreams are dashed.
While I can't take away the frustration and fear, I know that art is still selling. Our committed clients continue to make progress with their businesses.
At Art Biz Success, we've been supporting our students and clients throughout the pandemic--taking immediate action to adjust our plans to what artists need most right now. This includes nurturing our community where artists seek guidance, share resources, and thrive.
I show artists how their innate creativity can serve them as entrepreneurs because you should be as adventurous with your business as you are with your art.
My super power is helping you wrangle this creativity into a customized system that will support your business growth.
I am confident I can help you!
Use this guide to
review the 9 factors
that go into pricing artwork.
While there are 3 methods,
one stands out as
the most reliable.
Share your art with conviction--
knowing that your prices are
exactly where they should be.
Only if you want to sell your art.
One of the ways my clients pivoted in 2020 was to add e-commerce to their sites if they didn't have it already.
It's a lot of work, but it has been well worth it as they were able to replace some of the income from canceled exhibitions.
If you are trying to earn a living as an artist, you need to be able to sell your work. Online or in person.
And if you're like a lot of artists, you have difficulty with the first step: Pricing. Get my guide!
9 factors that affect art pricing
3 different adaptable pricing methods
2 (critical!) golden rules for pricing your art