HOW TO PRICE & SELL YOUR ART 5 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL SALES
A SELF-STUDY COURSE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS WHO WANT TO START EARNING AN INCOME FROM THEIR ARTWORK
Its time to start selling your art…
As an artist, making great work is, I know, your priority.
And boy do you put the hours in.
But aren’t you sick of waiting for sales to happen?
Aren’t you tired of sharing your work, crossing your fingers and hoping for the best? Wouldn’t you like to feel like you’ve done everything possible to get your work into the hands of somebody who really wants to buy it?
If so, it’s time to take action.
Somebody out there really loves your work. And they’re prepared to pay for it. But my guess is that you haven’t made it clear enough that you want them to have it.
So how would it feel to have a helping hand, to work with a trusty art companion to demystify the sales process and the contemporary art world?
How would it feel to get reliable advice from somebody who’s sold artwork to hundreds of private collectors, to important museums like the Tate, the Whitney and collections like the Government Art Collection and the Phillips Collection?
Pretty good right?
COACHING VS MENTORING - WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
Coaching and Mentoring are both beneficial to a successful creative career. But they offer support in different ways.
Working with a creative coach is like having your car serviced by an experienced mechanic.
They work alongside you to get under the bonnet and fine tune your engine, so you’re firing on all cylinders.
They train you to change your oil, fix your brake pads and show you which parts to attend to in future, to keep your motor running.
It’s a shorter service, resulting in a powerful vehicle primed for the creative journey ahead.
Working with a creative mentor is like being given a detailed roadmap to your ideal destination, from a trusted explorer who knows the best route.
They’ll provide reliable directions, signaling which is the best route to get you there safely and quickly.
They’ll recommend great places to stop and take in the view, and if you get stuck along the way they’ll be on hand to help you retrace your steps or find a shortcut.
There’s really no need to struggle on your creative journey alone.
We can help.
Tell us more about your current circumstances and goals and we can help you find the right coach or mentor.
- A creative coach is a qualified coaching professional with a background or interest in the arts.
- They ask powerful, incisive questions that unlock unhelpful thoughts and patterns of behavior and reveal new possibilities and avenues to explore.
- They draw on industry tools and exercises to facilitate new habits that affect positive change and build confidence.
- Coaching programmes are usually fairly short-term, objective driven, working towards a specific goal or outcome determined together.
- A creative mentor is an established artist or arts professional.
- They offer advice, ideas and insight drawing on their own experience.
- A mentor can help you address a specific challenge such as improving your artist statement or professional CV, reviewing your portfolio, applying for a job or funding.
- They will champion you, provide recommendations and fresh perspectives.
“A creative mentor is an established artist or arts professional”
“They offer advice, ideas and insight drawing on their own experience”