Art is important to the success of your business. Of course, you could go out and find an artist yourself, but that can be time consuming and hard. To help you make a wise selection, we have put together this blog with tips on how to find the right artist for your business’s art project.
First, you need to figure out what type of art you want. Decide if you want paintings, sculptures, or drawings. Next, think about how much money you want to spend on the art project. You probably want something that won’t take too long and will be relatively cheap, so even if it doesn’t turn out well, it won’t be a total loss.
TIP: If you need more specific help selecting an artist for your company’s art project check out our blog “How do I Choose a Good Artist?” and follow these steps: 1) Do some research online; 2) Get referrals from friends; 3) Find out if they are insured; 4) Make sure they have a good reputation.*
To find the best artist for your company’s art project, you should evaluate how well each artist meets the following criteria:
1. Reliability: When will the artist deliver the art project? What if she misses the due date? Will she be able to deliver in time for your deadline? The more reliable an artist is, the less risk there is that they will miss their deadline.
2. Quality: How good will the artist’s work be? Is their previous work of a high quality? Do they have any awards or recognition for their previous work? What about testimonials or letters of recommendation from clients? The higher quality an artist’s work, the less risk there is that it will not meet your expectations.
3. Budget: How much does each artist charge for their services? What does each artist require in terms of payment and expenses before beginning work on your company’s art project? The more an artist can do within a budget, the less risk there is that they will cost too much to use on your company’s art project.
4. Timely delivery: How quickly can the artist turn around revisions to your company’s art project after you’ve asked for them? How long does it take to get new pieces of artwork from them once you
“I need art for my website that is a drawing of a dragon. I’ll pay $200 for an original piece. Can you do it?”
“I can do that, but the style I’m looking for is more of a manga style. Can you make it look that way?”
“I don’t like manga, can you do something else?”
“Well no, I kind of want the manga look.”
“Ok, can you please work with me? This is what I want and this is what I’m willing to pay.”
“I’ve never done anything like this before, I don’t know if I can get it to look right.”
“Ok then, goodbye.”
This was the most recent rejection I received in my quest to find a good artist to work on some art projects for my company.
Artists are picky about the work they do. If you’re looking for an artist for your art project, that makes finding an artist more difficult; how do you know how to find an artist you’ll enjoy working with?
How do you find an artist? It depends on your art project and your budget. If you’re starting a new company, and want to create a logo or graphic design package or branding, you might be able to get some artists to bid on your project. Most artists will want to see at least some of the copy you want in your design before they bid, so this is a good way to find some potential candidates.
Auctions are also a popular way to seek artists; there are several sites that will host auctions for you. This works best if your budget isn’t too big — if you need a big graphic work or a lot of logos, it might be better just to hire someone who’s had experience with that kind of project.
If your budget is really huge, and you’re willing to spend it all on one artist, then you can try hiring an artist directly. But don’t expect that artist to work for less than their auction price; in fact, expect them to ask for more than their auction price. And
This is the first post of a series of posts that will cover all you need to know to hire an artist for your art project. The series will be broken down into three sections:
Section 1: Beginner’s Guide to Hiring an Artist
Section 2: How to Choose the Right Artist for Your Project
Section 3: Questions to Ask When Interviewing Artists
Section 4: Tips and Tricks on Working With an Artist
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There are two basic things you will want to consider when hiring an illustrator or designer that are not relevant for a fine artist: budget and deadline.
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