Success can mean many different things- so this book is designed to help both professional artists as well as those who don’t want or need to make a living from their art, but do want to be better artists, sell more work and achieve more recognition. I share what has worked for me- and what didn’t, and why- over the last fifteen years of building a career in art.
No nonsense information from a working artist.
Here’s what is included:
~ The Three Keys to Success
~ Studio practices that make you a better artist and sell more art.
~ The Pipeline
~ Go Where the Collectors Are
~Choosing the Right Venues- Pretty Is As Pretty Does
~ How to Approach a Gallery
Deborah Paris is a contemporary American landscape painter. Her moody, tonal paintings reflect an intense, intuitive connection to the natural world and its rhythms. She has been featured in American Artist, Southwest Art and The Pastel Journal. In December 2004 she was named an Artist to Watch by Southwest Art Magazine. Her work has been featured in three books, Landscapes of New Mexico (Fresco Fine Art Publications) and Plein Air New Mexico (Jack Richeson Art Publications) and Texas Traditions (2010, Fresco Fine Art Publications). Her work has been shown at the Laguna Art Museum, the Albuquerque Museum of Art, the Panhandle-Plains Museum and the Gilcrease Museum and in galleries throughout the United States and the UK.
My Own Country Published August 20, 2010