by Owen Garratt | The Art of Being an Artist ne of the most common worries I hear from artists is "I just don't think I can DO that!" The funny thing is, there's about a million "that"s. Can't sell, can't get enough time, can't...
In this second interview, Alexis Fedor talks with Owen Garratt about why some artists are so reluctant to embrace the business side of their art careers – even when they know better!
Alexis Fedor is one of The Good Ones. We were talking about a project that she’s doing, and got the idea “We should be recording this for my peeps!”
Facebook Advertising for Artists? Yes! That’s how you sell art on Facebook. Sure, you build a following, but you need to run ads without losing your shirt – hint: don’t Boost Post!
Managing your art and gallery info is one of the most important things an artist can do, but most artists suck at it. And they know it. Here’s what to do:
Hosting your art website refers to where your website ‘lives’. It’s not on your computer – it has to be ‘hosted’ somewhere. Here’re some choices…
Choosing a Name for Your Art Website is one of the Most Important Decisions you can make in your Art Business! Here’re some tips to get you started…!
How to photograph art; a question we get all the time! In this interview video Andy Derrick and I talk about solutions to the problems of photographing art.
by Owen Garratt | Selling Art Online The 10 Biggest Reasons Selling Art Online is So Difficult: emember the heady days of the late 1990's, when all the propellerheads in the world reassured us that "All we needed was a website and 100 million...
Both artists and civilians alike ask me what it’s like to be a full time artist; here’s what I consider to be the best perks about being an artist.