The Abundant Artist: How to Sell Your Art

(updated links) What does an art advisor do?

Published 10 months ago • 1 min read

Hello NAME

UPDATE: the previous version of this email had the wrong link for Maria Brito's podcast episode. We're resending with the correct link here.

Lots going on this week! We’re starting the next round of How to Sell Your Art 101 on June 26 (see below).

Saw some awesome videos of artists showing off their successes this week, and Tasha Roth really nailed it when she pointed out that any time you put your prices online, someone gets upset, so why not go big and start at $5,000?

What does an Art Advisor do?

I sat down and recorded a podcast with Maria Brito to answer that question and got this gem of a quote. “My mission was to open up the doors of this obscure, snob world of galleries and auction houses, and give people a gateway to that world.”

Webinar: How to optimize your artist website for sales

TOMORROW June 13, I’m teaming up with Artplacer to host a class on optimizing your artist website for sales. You can learn more and join us at this link. Also, be sure to check out ArtPlacer’s Instagram for awesome tips on selling art through your website.

Note: they’re not paying me to do this one. I just think they’re a cool app and good people trying to help artists succeed.

How to Sell Your Art Online 101 starts June 26

Our flagship course for learning how to sell art is doing our next live session starting June 26. Learn more here:

That’s it for this week!


The Abundant Artist: How to Sell Your Art

by Cory Huff

I've been helping artists learn how to sell their art since 2009. Join our email list for tips on selling fine art, email, social media, and marketing strategy.

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