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Browsing Archive: February, 2013

Which Gallery

Posted by Gail Daley on Wednesday, February 20, 2013, In : Business Development 

Choosing a Gallery to represent your art can be one of the most important decisions you make as an artist. This decision can affect who sees your stuff, and consequently who buys it. If you are an artist who specializes in realistic still life art, you probably don’t want to display your art in a gallery that caters to abstract and modern art or vice versa because the gallery won’t attract the kind of art patrons interested in your art. When considering a gallery, do some research to fi...


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TIPS ON PHOTOGRAPHING YOUR ART FOR THE WEB

Posted by Gail Daley on Monday, February 11, 2013, In : Developing Your Skills 

Presentation is everything; especially on the internet where the only impression you can make is what is seen. A poor presentation can make the difference between getting a sale and being accepted into an on-line show. For the judges to get an accurate idea of your art, the image you send must match the colors in the art and be sharp and clear. For...


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DEALING WITH VILIFICATION OF CHARACTER OR WORK ON SOCIAL NETWORK SITES

Posted by Gail Daley on Monday, February 11, 2013, In : Business Development 

What response do you make when some person posts a negative opinion of you or your work on your website or a social network site? Some tips on what you can do about this without starting a major public feud and how to turn a negative into a positive action. Congratulations. You now have a brand new web-site (or blog site). You have spent hours designing it and putting into it everything you think will help you make it popular. Whether you created this site in the hopes of developing an audi...


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Browsing Archive: February, 2013

Which Gallery

Posted by Gail Daley on Wednesday, February 20, 2013, In : Business Development 

Choosing a Gallery to represent your art can be one of the most important decisions you make as an artist. This decision can affect who sees your stuff, and consequently who buys it. If you are an artist who specializes in realistic still life art, you probably don’t want to display your art in a gallery that caters to abstract and modern art or vice versa because the gallery won’t attract the kind of art patrons interested in your art. When considering a gallery, do some research to fi...


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TIPS ON PHOTOGRAPHING YOUR ART FOR THE WEB

Posted by Gail Daley on Monday, February 11, 2013, In : Developing Your Skills 

Presentation is everything; especially on the internet where the only impression you can make is what is seen. A poor presentation can make the difference between getting a sale and being accepted into an on-line show. For the judges to get an accurate idea of your art, the image you send must match the colors in the art and be sharp and clear. For...


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DEALING WITH VILIFICATION OF CHARACTER OR WORK ON SOCIAL NETWORK SITES

Posted by Gail Daley on Monday, February 11, 2013, In : Business Development 

What response do you make when some person posts a negative opinion of you or your work on your website or a social network site? Some tips on what you can do about this without starting a major public feud and how to turn a negative into a positive action. Congratulations. You now have a brand new web-site (or blog site). You have spent hours designing it and putting into it everything you think will help you make it popular. Whether you created this site in the hopes of developing an audi...


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