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9 Things You May Not Know About The Art Biz Blog
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I’d never heard of Alltop before. That’ll be useful.
Alyson, I sent you a draft of my guest post. I was shocked at how good it turned out. Hope you like it too.
Thanks for the Gravatar tip Alyson. I updated my profile with useful information as suggested.
It is so easy to become lazy with these things.
Just wanted to say I love your blog. There is a lot of useful info here to absorb, and I intend to do it. (no, really, I do). As an artist who has supported myself for the last 24 years through my artwork, there is so much more to learn in this changing art scape. Looking forward to posts pertaining to us mid-career folks who suddenly (ok, not all that suddenly, but it seemed like it) find the landscape changing, and what worked before is not working right now. Keep up the good work.
Thanks, Anne! I’m very happy you’re here.