It's Wednesday, and I think that the obsession I've had with my painting recently has made my brain focus the business on it today. I added even more paintings to my website and a couple more magnets. For half a moment, I thought I had all of my 4"x6" paintings on my store. Then I … Continue reading A laughing Muse on the shoulder
To create or not to create, and the frustration that can cause.
Here we are, halfway through the first month of the last quarter of 2018. I can't believe this year is rapidly coming to an end. I was looking at my projects this weekend. I don't think I'll have any more publications this year, but there will be several novels released in 2019. I currently am … Continue reading Progress – October 15, 2018
Now that we've discussed about art being a product, let's look a little deeper. Art isn't just something someone hangs on their wall or places on a table in the middle of their room. If you're not making product for someone else (that means you're making your art, then selling it), then you need to … Continue reading Are you making a quality investment?
Recently, I found a new blog that I enjoy and last week they had a post about art schools not teaching artists about business. This is not a new complaint, but a rather common one. Let's step back for a moment. As a bookkeeper I've come to realize a truth: very few people know how … Continue reading The Nature of the Business of Art – A Summary