4 Ways to Improve your Art Career

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4 Ways to Improve your Art Career

1. Know yourself

2. Make time for art

3. Read

4. Maintain a healthy lifestyle

Art is hard, and making a living from it is even harder. I’ve been following this blog for a while now and I am really impressed with the author’s grasp of what you need to do to succeed as a contemporary artist.

In this article, he suggests 4 fantastic ways to improve your art career. If you are reading this blog then I assume that you are interested in improving the quality of your work or perhaps even making a living from your passion for creating art. You might want to read it and see if there are any useful tips you can pick up to help you along the way.

1. Find a mentor.

Artists are people that have something to say, a message. A mentor will help your business grow the fastest by helping you develop your skills and by introducing you to the right people to take your art career to the next level.

A mentor is someone who has walked the path you are on, and he has a proven track record of getting where he wants to be. A mentor isn’t necessarily someone older than you or with more experience than you, just someone who has been through what you are going through or is willing to give you advice on how they did it.

2. Create an online portfolio.

The best way to promote yourself and sell your art is online. Having an online portfolio that can be accessed by everyone around the world makes it easier for potential customers to find your work, and it also gives them a way to get in contact with you to purchase your art or commission new work.

3. Sell at local events, art shows and galleries.

Setting up a booth at local events including craft fairs and flea markets, will help you meet new people who may become fans of your work, and also give you an opportunity to sell some of your art if desired by the customer.

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If you are an artist, you will most likely have to deal with rejection on a regular basis. Some people consider rejection a form of flattery so it is something that you will have to learn how to handle. The more you handle it the better prepared you will be for the rest of your career.

In today’s society there are a lot of new things coming up every day. Most of them are not original or creative and many people like to take credit for these ideas. There is so much competition in the world now that it is hard for an artist to get his work recognized.

Maybe these reasons are why you have difficulty selling your work. If this is the case, then read on because I am going to tell you what to do about it. There is hope and it might be closer than you think.

The first thing that we can do to improve our chances is to make the best art we can make with the skills we currently possess. This applies to both techniques and training as well as skill level and experience in general. If you want your art career to go anywhere, it has got to start here. You need to build a strong foundation before proceeding any further and this is where we begin.

Art school is just a way to learn how to create art. I never went, but what I learned was more valuable than what I would have learned in any art school.

One thing I learned is that there are 4 steps to becoming an artist. Whilst getting your work known is much more important than all the rest of these steps combined, it can’t be achieved without the other 3.

The first step is to create a body of work as large as you ultimately want it to be. The second is to get that work seen by as many people as possible. The third step is get attention from people who can either pay you for your work or help you ‘break through’ into the next level. And the final step is to keep working on new ideas and new projects whilst you’re waiting for that first step above to make money.

The best way to become a better artist is by becoming a better artist.

What does this mean? Here’s what this means: First, you need to ask yourself some questions about where you are going in your art career. Second, you should come up with some goals that you can work towards in order to achieve the artist career that you want. And third, you need to put into practice the steps that will help you achieve those goals.

How do I know? Well, I’ve been there, done that, and continue to do so!

I’ve created my own art programs because of what I have learned along the way.

The following tips have helped me immensely and will hopefully be helpful to other artists as well!

So, here we go…

4. Be the first and best

First and best is important because it is a reflection of your personal values. It also means that you will set your own standards, and not wait for others to set them for you. Being first also means being different, and that can be a way of being unique as well.

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