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Super Tips for How to Sell More Art Online

October 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

By BARNEY DAVEY Our thanks to Barney allowing us to repost his valuable advice! Barney is an art marketing consulting and has written multiple best selling art marketing books. For more information on Barney, check out

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The Truth about What Kind of Art Sells Best

August 11, 2015 | 1 Comment

Another excellent article from our friend and consultant, Barney Davey. Be sure you go to and sign up for Barney’s newsletters!. Stop worrying and wondering about what kind of art sells best. By BARNEY DAVEY Researching to discover what the best selling art subjects are wastes your time. More importantly, if you are using […]

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Learn How the Most Successful Artists Make Online Art Sales

June 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

The interest in how to make art sales online from artists is growing. Originally posted 5/31/2015 by Barney Davey and reposted with permission. Read on to discover tips from top selling from artists. A few weeks ago, Freddy Grant contacted me. He is the Marketing Coordinator for It is an Australian online gallery specializing in making […]

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Art Marketing is NOT just for Extroverts! – Evolution of an Art Career

May 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Art Marketing Blog Reprinted with permission by our friend and colleague, Aletta de Wal Artist Career Training helps you make a better living making art Aletta de Wal, Artist Advisor & Certified Visual Coach Do you ever suffer from stage fright? I have. Today, I can walk into any room and talk to […]

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Locals go green, preserve memories

March 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Martha Nodar A desire to go green inspired an Atlanta artist, her neighbor, and a local business owner to get creative in their individual recycling efforts. Not a stranger to recycling, members of the Atlanta Collage Society ACS) have been reusing plastic bags from their grocery shopping, junk mail, security envelopes, newspapers, magazines, broken jewelry and more before going green became a cool thing to […]

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