Becoming a full-time artist: advice I wish I’d never taken
Hi, everyone! In this video I share the four pieces of art advice I received early on in my career that didn’t work for my business. If your goal is to become a successful, full-time artist, perhaps these things will allow you to make the best decisions you possibly can for you and your art business.
The 4 things I talk about are:
1. selling my work on several art websites
2. signing up for as many social media channels as possible
3. Focusing on selling my art in galleries
4. Concentrating my time on selling at art fairs
**what didn’t work for me may very well work for you – my intention here is to promote discussion and to give you some things to consider as you find your path to success.
Studio equipment/supplies I use to create and prepare art prints for shipping:
✨Rollo Thermalprinter: https://amzn.to/2vCvLpj
✨the printer I use for creating my art prints: https://amzn.to/2ULaTWV
✨Carl Paper Cutter: https://amzn.to/2PCgzS2
✨ Canon All in One Printer for scanning my work and office tasks: https://amzn.to/2Y15nl7
✨ rigid mailers for 5×7 prints: https://amzn.to/2Hd1Hqw
✨ rigid mailers for 8×10 prints: https://amzn.to/2PTOcin
✨ rigid mailers for 11×14 prints: https://amzn.to/2VHzLn5
Prints of my work can be found on Etsy here:
All of the opinions I share in this video are based from my personal experience which may not be the same as yours. There are affiliate links above which if used, helps me to keep this channel going. You are under no obligation to use them but if you do, thank you!
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