As an artist in today’s changing environment it is vital to create a marketing strategy capable of meeting the demands created by tense competition. Different areas to focus on for marketing include: identifying and promoting to your target market, carefully select what you pay for as an artist and compare the advantages and disadvantages before making a decision, seek alternate means of exposure, and explore different options for getting your art “seen” by your target market.
I have been a very busy artist for about 25 years now, lately I have started to reach what some would call inspiration and confidence in my works. The key to success is create art because you enjoy it, success will come when you least expect it, but it will not happen over night. The artistic potential is unlimited, but an artist must think outside of the box. If you do what everyone else is doing, your chances of success are limited. But, if you are unique and if you pursue limits outside of the traditional art arena, or box, you will begin to see results faster. This applies to all arts.
Shelley Walden’s Profile Type of Artist Novelist, Painter, Painting, Photography, Poet, Writer Biography My first novel, “Bound by Hatred”, was just published this year. This book clearly identifies the meaning behind my artistic works in the last few years. I’m currently working on a sequel which I hope to finish one day soon. Other than [...]
Mary Deal’s Profile Type of Artist Novelist, Painter, Painting, Photographer, Photography, Poet, Publishing, Short Story Writer, Writer Biography I am an author/writer with three novels and numerous short stories, articles, and poetry published. Am also a painter specializing in oils. Living on the island of Kauai in Hawai, am also a photographer, both above and [...]