Art Consulting for Artists from Artbusiness.com
OK artists. First, the good news: you can always sell your artwork. Whether you sell well now and want to sell more or you're just starting out and looking for ways to take your art public, I'm here and I can help. To begin with, I give you a comprehensive assessment and analysis of how you currently organize, present and get your art out in front of the public. Then I make specific recommendations on how to do it all better, how to distinguish your art as an essential worth owning, and most importantly, how to keep people buying. Believe it. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call at 415.931.7875 to learn what I can do for you. If you'd like to see what artists have to say about my services before you get in touch, go here.
My specialty and expertise as an experienced art consultant and advisor with over 35 years experience is personal one-on-one consulting from someone who knows how the art world works. You can read more about that experience here. My consulting is 100% custom tailored to you, your art and to your future as an artist-- to how you can effectively present and promote your unique style of art. No matter where you are in your career, you continually have to get your art in front of people who count and convince them you deserve to make sales or get shows or whatever else you want. In order to do these things right, informed intelligent professional consulting and advising, specific to you and to the art you create, comes in mighty handy. Knowing how to approach the public and the marketplace and having a plan for how to do it are far better than trial and error.
And then there's the Internet. The old ways of presenting your art and maneuvering around the art world are now largely outdated and often irrelevant. In order to advance in your art career, you need to know not only how to establish an effective online profile, but also how to maintain it. This includes having a website that's easy for people to understand and navigate, using social media to get exposure for your art, learning how to attract new visitors to your website, knowing how to get the word out about your art in ways that not only maintain your current fan base, but increase it, and most importantly-- making sales and getting shows or representation by effective use of social media.
Want to get more shows? Want to increase your online profile? Want to sell more art better? Take the next step and email me here or give me a call at 415.931.7875. I'm a professional art consultant with over thirty-five years in the business and I know what I'm doing. I'll analyze, assess and advise you on your approach, your prices, your website, your online profile, how you organize and present your art, your statement, your other written materials, how you position yourself and your art both online and at physical locations, how you talk about your art, how to advance toward your goals-- whatever those goals may be-- and more. When someone sees your art and likes it whether in person or online, be ready to turn that "like" into action-- the kind of action that gets you shows, exposure and sales.
You think you're a good artist and you make good art, right? You think your art deserves to be spotlighted online or shown at galleries and that people should buy it, right? Good. So let's talk about why you think these things, how you intend to reach your goals, and see what I have to say. This usually takes an hour, it'll cost you $150 and you won't regret it. If you're at all unclear about the direction you're going in with your art or about what to do or how to do it, I can assure you that by the time we're done talking, you'll be focused and ready to go. I'm no instant fix or magic answer, but I can definitely help... and I'm dirt cheap compared to trial and error.
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