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Tips for Selling Art from the Industry Experts

For many artists, the creative process comes more naturally than the business side of things.

Put simply, selling art calls upon an entirely different skill-set from creating it – so we’ve gathered some insights from those who’ve already mastered the art of sales and marketing.

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Art Marketing: How to Sell your Art in the Modern Marketplace

In a crowded and competitive marketplace, it’s impossible to overstate the importance of art marketing.

It can take time to become a self-sufficient artist. But, with the right approach to art marketing, you can lay the foundations for a successful career in the creative industries.

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5 Best Portfolio Websites for Promoting your Work

The internet is a fantastic tool for artists and designers.  Creating an online portfolio allows you to present your work in a much more dynamic fashion than a traditional printed portfolio, while also reaching a wider audience.

There’s no need to be a computer whizz either; there are a number of free websites dedicated to helping you design and host your own professional portfolio, in an easy and simple way.

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15 Photography Exercises Guaranteed to Improve Your Skills

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We all know that if you want to become good at anything, you need to practice. Photography is no exception.

With so many skills to get to grips with, practice isn’t just a good idea –  it’s a necessity. All the best photographers practice regularly in order to understand their equipment better, fine-tune their skills, and develop their individual style.

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10 Great Free Colour Tools for Artists and Designers

Show Your True Colours

It might seem like a relatively simple part of the design process, but choosing the right colours for your artwork can sometimes prove a real headache. You may have settled on a general colour scheme, but how do you decide which shades, hues and tones are going to give your work the wow factor?

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The Comeback of Social Commentary Illustration

Illustration can be an emotive art. Whether it makes us laugh, cringe or cry, it can evoke emotions and encourage us to reflect on ourselves and the world around us. Since the late 1800s –  when the first generation of successful American illustrators created their masterpieces – illustration has been there when people needed it most.

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