Show notes: Most of us love to sell more artwork The mindset level of why you’re not selling more work Stumbling to be seen as an artist Felicity gives you a couple of tips on how to sell more work and marketing ideas If you are struggling about marketing yourself as an artist, get your […]
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Emily is the Founder/Director of The Artists Guild. The Artists Guide provides the opportunity for artist mothers to share studio time whilst sharing the supervision of each other’s children The program then evolved to include not only mothers but all women The Guide focuses on support, not critique Follow her on Instagram Check out their website
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Inspired from the beautiful online community of ‘From The Easel’ and my online courses – The Artist’s Way and Art Activator program, I’m becoming increasingly aware of how the introverts manage their situations! introverts require to trust introverts need to recharge their batteries in their own time, own space while extroverts recharge their batteries interacting […]
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Sally West is a Sydney-based en plein air artist and has been in a couple of prominent Sydney galleries Sally has always been an artist She felt it was challenging when she left school because a lot of people in her family were trying to coax her in an opposite direction She studied design and […]
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I talk about routines and explore the routines that people have – as there’s no correct way It’s okay to have a huge variety of ways to do things You’ve got to find your ‘right way’ Just find your routine, don’t find yourself wrong and don’t waste your energy complaining Routine might change when your […]
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Show Notes Studied art in high school and really liked it but she had this deception that studying art is “my fun/ least serious subject.” She went travelling for 8 months to think about what she really wanted to do and ended up deciding that she wanted to study creatively Studied a double degree in […]
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Simone Dennis is a good friend who I’ve had the pleasure of working with. She runs an art gallery and a retail shop on the Central Coast of NSW. We talked about her support for young artists and running a business, etc. and also about her perspective (and a gallery’s perspective) for artists who are […]
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Show notes: – Spend some time today, not just seeing but looking – There’s a big difference between seeing and looking! – The landscape takes some time to reveal itself – Free yourself from expectations – that’s the best way forward – Find some spontaneity and energy in your work – People are overthinking to […]
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