The “starving artist” cliché exists for a reason: no matter what kind of artist you are—actor, writer, painter, singer, photographer, dancer, etc.—earning a living is a struggle. Regardless of your talent and experience, which school you attended, or where you took an apprenticeship or internship, you will have to market yourself in order to sell your art. In fact, self-promotion is perhaps the most important way to turn your artistic passion into a full-fledged career. Thankfully the Internet has made it easier than ever to bring attention to your art form, if you know how to use it to your advantage.
Webgrrl’s Profile Type of Artist Graphic Designer, Photography, Publishing Biography Firdaus Emir, most commonly know by her internet personality as Webgrrl, is an intuitive digital artist and publisher specializing in unique creative arts of varied styles including Psychedelic, Visionary, Photoartgraphy, Fractal compositions, with over 12 years experience within the Music, Arts, Media and Entertainment industries [...]
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 [...]