What’s Not to Like About Gifts for Artists?
It’s been fulfilling to work as a blogger, author, coach, and course creator with a focus on helping artists find new and better ways to sell their art for more than 30 years. Choosing to work as an artists’ advocate has rewarded me in many ways.
An excerpt from an artist’s comments is a great example,
“Boy does this feel good, being supported with such love, and spreading that love around. So I wanted to thank you especially Barney, for all of your wisdom and wonderful caring energy. Big smiles:))”
That’s a gift that keeps giving, for sure.
Giving the Best of the Best
In this post, you’ll find popular articles on a variety of art marketing and art business topics. They are representative of the information I publish for artists. And I trust you’ll agree they are gifts for artists that keep giving.
With the Art Marketing Toolkit, I’ve evolved my thinking and aspirations. Marketing art doesn’t happen in a silo. It’s part of being an artist. I believe it needs to be addressed and administered in the context of a well-lived artist’s life.
I seek to do my best work helping artists holistically as part of my efforts to live a balanced and joyful life as an artist’s advocate. As Van Morrison sings, “And I’ll be praying to my higher self. Oh, don’t let me down, keep my feet on the ground.” It helps me do as Steven Covey sagely advised, “Keep the main thing the main thing.”
My goal for the remainder of my career is keep working at transforming artists’ lives and mine with our feet on the ground, joy in our hearts, and heads in the game